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WY'S HOSPITAL 
MEDICAL MI DENTAL SCHOOLS 

(UNIVEESITY OF LONDON) 
LONDON BRIDGE, S.E.I 

THE HOSPITAL, which is situated within two minutes of 
London Bridge Station, contains 649 beds. 

BOTH THE MEDICAL AND ''DENTAL SCHOOL 
BUILDINGS have been entirely rebuilt in recent years. There 
is ample laboratory accommodation, and the Departments are 
equipped on the most modern lines. 

The Schools are fully equipped for teaching the entire Medical 
and Dental Curriculum for any Degree or Diploma, and excep- 
tional opportunities are afforded for Clinical Work and Research. 

PRE-MEDICAL EXAMINATION 

Special attention is drawxi to the facilities afforded for the study 
of Chemistry, Physics, and Biology., These Departments have 
been rebuilt and brought entirely up to date, and the instruction 
covers the whole of the curriculum required for this Examination. 

SCHOLARSHIPS 

Scholarships in Arts and Science, varying in value from j6o 
to ^200, are awarded annually in April. 

THE COLLEGE 

affords accommodation for about 35 students, whilst The Students' 
Club contains Reading, Dining, and Smoking Rooms, and the 
Pavy Gymnasium. 

THE CLUBS 9 UNION 

provides opportunities for every kind of sport, and includes mem- 
bership of the Physical Society and the Students' Club. 

The Sports Ground is situated within 10 minutes by rail from 
London Bridge. Extensive alterations and improvements have 
recently been carried out. There is a Fives Court within the 
precincts of the Hospital. 

Prospectuses of the Medical and Dental Schools, together 
with full particulais of Scholarships, including past papers, will 
be sent post free on application to 

THE DEAN. MEDICAL SCHOOL, GUY'S HOSPITAL, S.E.f 



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Large stock of works and Students' Textbooks 
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STATIONERY DEPARTMENT. All kinds of Scientific and 
General Stationery kept in stock 

MEDICAL, SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL 

CIRCULATING LIBRARY 

Annual Subscription : 

Town or Country : from One Guinea 

Full prospectus on 
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The Library includes all 
Branches of Medicine and 
Surgery, also Subjects con- 
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including Aeronautics, As- 
tronomy, Botany, Chemistry, 
Electricity, Civil Engineer- 
ing, Geology, Physics, Philo- 
sophy, Technology, etc. 

The Bi-Monthly List of Additions is issued free to all Subscribers 

Catalogue of the Library, revised to December 1927, with 
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LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE 
AND TROPICAL MEDICINE 

(UNIVERSITY OF LONDON) 



DIPLOMA IN TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE 

The Course of Study is divided into two parts : Section A 
(Clinical and Laboratory Instruction), a three months* 
course held three times yearly; Section B (Tropical 
Hygiene), a two months' course held twice yearly; and is 
recognised by the University of London as a Course for 
Associate Students. 



Fees (inclusive) : Section A, 25 ; Section B, 

DIPLOMA IN PUBLIC HEALTH 

The Course of Study, which qualifies students to sit for 
the University of London Diploma, covers a period of 
nine months 9 whole-time work and commences at the end 
of September in each year. 

The composition fee of 54 guineas covers the cost of 
the necessary practical work and instruction in Infectious 
Diseases, etc. 

DIPLOMA IN BACTERIOLOGY 

The Course of Study, covering one academic year, com- 
mences early in October. Composition fee, 47 : 15 : o. 

EPIDEMIOLOGY AND VITAL STATISTICS 

Special three-monthly Advanced Courses. Composition 
fee, 7:7-0. 

Applications for prospectuses and for other information 
should be addressed to the SECRETARY, Keppel Street 
(Gower Street), London, W.C.I. 



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4 ADVERTISEMENTS 

THE 

ROYAL DENTAL HOSPITAL OF LONDON 

SCHOOL OF DENTAL SURQERY 

(University of London) 

LEICESTER SQUARE, LONDON, W.C. 

Sessions commence October and May 

Students are admitted for the curriculum for the B.D.S. 
Degree and the L.D.S. Diploma. 

DENTAL MECHANICS 

Pupils may join at the commencement of either the October 
or May Sessions for the training in Dental Mechanics speci- 
fied in the Curriculum. 

HOSPITAL PRACTICE 

The School is thoroughly equipped. The CLINIC of the 
Hospital is UNRIVALLED. 

Write for further particulars and School Calendar to THE DEAN 



City of Plymouth Education Authority and University 
College of the South West of England. 

UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS 

m ENGINEERING. SCIENCE, PHARMACY, COMMERCE, and ARCHITECTURE. 

PLYMOUTH AND DEVONPORT TECHNICAL COLLEGE 
PLYMOUTH SCHOOL OF ARTS AND CRAFTS. 

Science and Technology : 
Principal' W. S. TEMPLETON, M.A. (Glas ), B.Sc. (Glas), A.M.I.E.E., F.Inst.P. 

Architecture : 
Headmaster: DAVID H. HODGE, A M.C., Nat. Medallist. 



Students are prepared for : 
Degrees in Science, Engineering and Commerce. 
Diplomas in Civil, Marine, J Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Pharmacy; 

Art and Architecture. 

The Preliminary Examinations of the Medical and Dental Professions. 
Civil and Commercial Appointments. 
Navigation Certificates (Board of Trade). 



The Astor Hall of Residence for Men is for students not ordinarily resident in Plymouth. 
Prospectuses giving full information as to Courses, Fees, etc., obtainable free on 
application at the Technical College or Education Office, Cobourg Street, Plymouth. 

E. CHANDLER COOK, 
Secretary for Education^ Plymouth* 



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UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM 

Faculties 
SCIENCE. 

Subjects : Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, 
Botany, Geology, Engineering (Mechanical, Civil, 
Electrical), Metallurgy, Mining, Oil Engineering 
and Refining, Brewing and Biochemistry of Fer~ 
mentation, Anatomy and Physiology. 

ARTS. 

Subjects : Latin, Greek, English, French, German, Italian, 
Spanish, Russian, Philosophy, History, Geo- 
graphy, Music. 

MEDICINE. 

All subjects leading to Degrees and Diplomas 
in Medicine and Dentistry. 

COMMERCE. 

Subjects leading to Degrees in Commerce. 

LAW. 

Subjects leading to Degrees in Law. 

All Courses and Degrees are open to both men and women 
students. 

Separate syllabuses with full information as to Lecture 
and Laboratory Courses, Fees, Regulations for Degrees, 
Diplomas, etc., Exhibitions and Scholarships, are published 
and will be sent on application to the Registrar. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 7 

LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS 
AND POLITICAL SCIENCE 

(UNIVERSITY OF LONDON) 

HOUGHTON STREET, ALDWYCH, LONDON, W.C2 



Chairman, of the Court of Governors : 
Rt. Hon. Sir ARTHUR STEEL-MAITLAND, Bart., M.P.,LL.D. 

Director of the School: 

Sir WILLIAM H. BEVERIDGE, K.C.B., M.A., B.C.L., 
D.Sc. (Econ*), LL.D. 

Secretary: 
Mrs. J. MAIR, O.B.E., M.A. 



The School of Economics is a recognised School of the University of T ondon in the 
Faculties of Economics (including Commerce), of Laws, and of Arts (in the subjects 
mentioned below). 

Students are registered as Internal Students of the University and may proceed to the 
degrees of B.Sc. (Econ.), B.Com., LL.B., and the B.A. (with Honours in Geography, 
History, Anthropology, or Sociology, or the Pass degree m Geography}, to the Academic 
Diplomas in Geography) Psychology, Anthropology, Public Administration, and Sociology 
and Social Administration; and to higher degrees such as M.A , M.Sc. (Econ.), M.Com , 
LL.M., Ph.D., LL.D., D.Lit., and D.Sc (Econ.). Students may also read for the 
School Certificates in Social Science, in Mental Health, and in International Studies. 

Approved Students may specialise in particular subjects without being matriculated 
students and without pursuing a definite degree course. There are special facilities for 1 
research students. 

The branches of teaching include Economics (Analytical and Applied, including Com- 
merce), Economic History, Law, Politics and Public Administration, ^International Affairs, 
Colonial Administration, Social Science and Administration, Logic, Philosophy, Psychology, 
Geography, Ethnology, Sociology, Social Biology, Statistics and Transport. 

The Library, including the British Library of Political Science, the Fry Library of 
International Law and the Schuster Library of Comparative Legislation, is one of the 
largest in London and contains many unique items. It is open to all approved readers 
without fee. 

Lectures and classes are gjven both in the day and in the evening, and degrees may be 
taken equally by day or evening students. 

The day Composition Fee for a degree m Economics or Commerce is 78 guineas spread 
over three or four years ; for a day course in Law the annual fee is 26 guineas and in Arts 
about ,35. A General Composition Fee of 26 guineas enables students who do not intend 
to read tor a degree to attend lectures at the School for one year. 

For evening students considerable reductions in fees are made. 

The fees include privileges of Students' Common Rooms and Athletic Societies. There 
is a large Athletic Ground at New Maiden. 

Entrance Scholarships and Bursaries are awarded annually by examination (about March) 
under the London Intercollegiate Scholarships Board. (For particulars of entrance 
scholarships application should be made to Mr. S. C, Ranner, M.A., Secretary to the 
Scholarships Board, The Medical School, King's College Hospital, Denmark Hill, London, 

S.E.S-) 

All particulars) and A prospectus , can be obtained free from the Secretary. Intending 
students for the new session are requested to register as early as possible. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



BIRKBECK COLLEGE 

(UNIVERSITY OF LONDON) 

Principal : 

GEORGE SENTER, D.Sc., Ph.D., F.I.C. 

COMPLETE 
EVENING COURSES 

FOR THE DEGREES OF THE UNIVERSITY 

in the Faculties of Arts, 
Science, and Laws, 
and for the Academic 
Diploma in Geography, 

Facilities for Post-graduate and Research Work 
are provided for Day and Evening Students. 

Studentships to the value of over 800 awarded 
annually to Students of the College. 

Particulars on application to 

THE SECRETARY, 
BIRKBECK COLLEGE, FETTER LANE, E.C4 



ADVERTISEMENTS 9 

KING'S COLLEGE, LONDON 

Principal : 

W. R. HALLIDAY, M.A., LL.D. 

Special Prospectuses are issued for the following Faculties, 
open to both men and women, in which full provision is made 
for courses for the Degrees of the University of London as 
well as University and College Diplomas. 

Faculty of Arts. General Subjects in Day and Evening 
Classes; Evening School of English; School of Spanish 
Studies ; Department of Journalism. 

Faculty of Natural Science. General Subjects. 
Faculty of Medical Science, including Dental Course. 

Faculty of Engineering. Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and 
Chemical branches. 

Faculty of Laws (Day and Evening Courses). 

Faculty of Theology. Including course for A.K.C. Diploma, 

Department of Education. Training for Secondary and 
other Teachers. Teacher's Diploma. 

Valuable Scholarships and Prizes are awarded on the results 
of examinations held annually, and there are Entrance Scholar- 
ships and Exhibitions in the various Faculties. 

Facilities are afforded for students desirous of proceeding to 
higher degrees, or of undertaking Post-graduate or Research 
Work. 

Students' Hostels: (Theological) Vincent Square, West- 
minster, S.W.I. For other Faculties The Platanes, Champion 
Hill, S.E-S. Women's Hostel 58 Queensborough Terrace, 
Bays water. 

For further information apply to 

S. T. SHOVELTON, M.A. 

Secretary 

Strand, W.C.2 



io ADVERTISEMENTS 

UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL 

Prospectuses and full particulars of the following may be obtained 
on application to the REGISTRAR : 

UNIVERSITY CALENDAR (Price as. 6d. ; post free, 3 s ). 

FACULTIES OF ARTS, SCIENCE, MEDICINE, LAW, and ENGINEERING. 

LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE. 

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIC DESIGN. 

INSTITUTE OF ARCHAEOLOGY. 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. 

LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND ADMINISTRATION (in- 
cluding Economics, Commerce, Geography, Social Science, and Public Administration). 

SCHOOL OF RUSSIAN STUDIES. 

SCHOOL OF LOCAL HISTORY AND RECORDS. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION BOARD. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH. 

LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE 

SCHOOL OF VETERINARY SCIENCE. 

SCHOOL OF DENTAL SURGERY. 

DOCTORATE IN PHILOSOPHY. 

FELLOWSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS, STUDENTSHIPS, EXHIBITIONS, SPECIAL 
GRANTS AND PRIZES. 

HALLS OF RESIDENCE. 

JOINT BOARD MATRICULATION EXAMINATION. 

AWARD OF SCHOOL CERTIFICATES. 

AWARD OF HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATES. 

EDWARD CAREY, Registrar. 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NORTH WALES 
BANGOR 

(A constituent College of the University of Wales) 
Principal: V. EMRYS EVANS, M.A., B.Litt 

The Session opens on October 3. 

The College Courses are arranged with reference to the Degrees of the 
University of Wales (B.A., B.Sc., B.D. and higher degrees). There are 
special departments for Agriculture, Forestry, Electrical Engineering and 
Music, and a department for the training of Elementary, Secondary, and 
Kindergarten teachers. The first year course in Medicine may also be taken. 
There are Hostels for men and women students. 

Entrance Scholarships and Exhibitions in value from 40 to 10 are 
offered annually in April, and a number of valuable In-College awards are 
made each session. 

The cost of tuition and residence at the College need not exceed 100 per 
annum. 

Full particulars as to courses, fees, and residence may be obtained on 
application to the Registrar. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



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UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS 

DEGREES are awarded in Arts, Pure and Applied 
Sciences, Medicine, Surgery, and Dental Surgery, 
Law, Education, and Commerce. 



DIPLOMAS are granted in Education, Educational 
Administration, Public Administration, Commerce, Social 
Organisation and Public Service, Animal Biology, Civil, 
Mechanical, Electrical, and Gas Engineering, Coal 
Mining, Fuel and Metallurgy, Leather Manufacture, 
Textile Industries, Dyeing, Public Health, Psychological 
Medicine, Nursing, and Dental Surgery. 

The Departments of the University are as follows : 



IN THE FACULTY OF ARTS 

THEOLOGY 

CLASSICS 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE 
AND LITERATURE 

FRENCH LANGUAGE 
AND LITERATURE 

GERMAN LANGUAGE 
AND LITERATURE 

RUSSIAN LANGUAGE 
AND LITERATURE 

SPANISH LANGUAGE 
AND LITERATURE 

HEBREW HISTORY 

PHILOSOPHY 

ECONOMICS AND COM- 
MERCE 

EDUCATION 

GEOGRAPHY 

LAW MUSIC 

IN THE FACULTY OF 
SCIENCE 

MATHEMATICS PHYSICS 
CHEMISTRY (INORGANIC, 
ORGANIC, AND PHYSICAL) 
ZOOLOGY BOTANY 

PHYSIOLOGY GEOLOGY 



IN THE FACULTY OF 
TECHNOLOGY 

CIVIL, MECHANICAL, 
AND ELECTRICAL 
ENGINEERING 

MINING 

TEXTILE INDUSTRIES 

COLOUR CHEMISTRY 
AND DYEING 

LEATHER INDUSTRIES 

COAL GAS AND FUEL 
INDUSTRIES, WITH 
METALLURGY 

AGRICULTURE 



IN THE FACULTY OF 
MEDICINE 

ALL BRANCHES OF MEDI- 
CINE AND SURGERY, IN- 
CLUDING DENTISTRY 

This Faculty is situated in the 
School of Medicine, in close 
proximity to the Leeds Infirmary 
in which the Clinical Teaching is 
provided. 



Prospectuses of any of the above Departments may be had on appli- 
cation to the REGISTRAR, The University, Leeds, who will be glad to 
answer all inquiries. 



2 ADVERTISEMENTS 

SOUTH-EASTERN AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 

WYE, KENT 

(UNIVERSITY OF LONDON) 

Principal : R. M. WILSON, B.Sc. (Agric.) 

Acting Secretary and Bursar : A. H. BIRD, M.A.(Oxon), Dip. Hort. (Wye) 

THE College provides courses of instruction in Agriculture (British 
and Colonial) and Horticulture, in preparation for the following 
examinations : B.Sc. (Agric.), B.Sc. (Hort.), Dip. Agric. (Wye), Dip. 
Hort. (Wye), N.D.A. Special two years' course for prospective Planters 
in tropical countries. Residential College; farms 585 acres, comprising 
arable, pasture, orchards, forestry and hop plantations, poultry, glass- 
houses, market garden. 

The instruction given meets the needs of young men who intend to 
take up fanning at home and abroad, and who desire to secure posts as 
managers of estates, lecturers and organisers in agriculture, and on the 
agricultural staffs of Colonial Governments. 

Many responsible and important posts are now held by past students 
of the College, which gives, through its Appointments Bureau, all pos- 
sible assistance placing qualified students in suitable employment. 

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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 
NOTTINGHAM 



Prtncipal-H. STEWART, C.M.G., D.S.O., M.C., M.A. 



The College was founded in 1881 and transferred in October 
1928 to new buildings erected in University Park by Lord 
Trent. These are situated on the north side of a park of 
220 acres, and overlook a lake of 15 acres and playing fields 
covering an area of over 100 acres, included in which are 
the extensive playing fields belonging to the College. 

The College prepares for the EXTERNAL DEGREES of 
the UNIVERSITY OF LONDON in Arts, Music, Science, 
Commerce, Economics, Law, Pharmacy, Engineering, and 
Mining; for the Associateships of the Institutes of 
Chemistry and Physics; and for Diplomas in Education, 
Commerce, Geography, Pharmacy, Engineering, Mining, 
and Textiles. 

SPECIAL RESEARCH FACILITIES are provided in all 
departments. The kboratories are fitted with the most 
up-to-date equipment. 

Five Foundation Entrance Scholarships up to 80 per 
annum and Scholarships for Research are offered each year. 

There are four Halls of Residence Mapperley Hall and 
Lenton Hall for men students, and the F.B. Hall of 
Residence and Broadgate House for women students. 

Further particulars and Prospectuses may be obtained on 
application to the Registrar. 



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COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Principal: B. MOUAT JONES, D S.O., M.A. (Oxford) 

UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER 

(Faculty of Technology) 
DEGREE COURSES IN TECHNOLOGY 

The Prospectus gives paiticulars of the couises leading to the Manchester University 
Degrees (B Sc Tech., M.Sc.Tech., and Ph.D.) and Certificates in the Faculty of Tech- 
nology, in the following Departments: 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

(Prof. DEMPSTER SMITH, M.B.E., M.Sc.Tech., M.I.M.E.). 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

(Prof. J.fHoLLiNGWORTH, M.A., D.Sc.,*M.I.E.B.). 
MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING 

(G. S. COLEMA.N, D.Sc.Eng., A.M Inst.C.E., A.M.Inst M. &Cy.E., F.R.San.I.). 
APPLIED CHEMISTRY, including General Chemical Technology, Metallurgy and 
Assaying, Fermentation Processes (including Brewing), Electro Chemistry, Photo- 
graphy, Colouring Matters, Foodstuffs and Fuels. 
(Prof. JAMES KBNNER, D.Sc., Ph.D., F.R.S.). 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY (Bleaching, Dyeing, Printing, and Finishing), Paper Manu- 
facture. 

(F. SCHOLEFIEI.D, M.Sc., F.I.C., F.T.I.). 
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INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION (Post-Graduate Certificate Course). 
(K. G. FENELON, M.A., Ph.D.). 

Prospectus will be forwarded free on application to the REGISTRAR, 
College of Technology, Manchester. 



[6 ADVERTISEMENTS 

SSmtorfty of JBubiin. 



POST-GRADUATE COURSES, AND COURSES FOR EXTERN STUDENTS. 

A. Courses leading to Degrees. 

The regulations under which graduates of the University and 
graduates of other Universities may qualify for the degrees of M.Sc. 
and Ph.D. are given in the pamphlet entitled " Terms and Exercises 
required for the several Degrees," which will be sent on application 
to the Assistant Registrar, Trinity College, Dublin. 

Candidates for Degrees in Music are not required to be Univer- 
sity Graduates. The regulations will be sent by the Assistant 
Registrar, Trinity College, Dublin. 

B. Courses leading to Diplomas. 

Students who are not graduates of the University may be 
admitted to qualify for the Diplomas m Public Health, in Gynae- 
cology and Obstetrics, and in Psychological Medicine. The regula- 
tions may be obtained from the Registrar of the School of Physic, 
Trinity College, Dublin. 

Such students may also be admitted to the Diploma in Economics 
and Commercial Knowledge, and to the Diploma in Geography. 
The regulations for the former will be sent by the Registrar of the 
School of Commerce, Trinity College, Dublin ; for the latter by the 
Assistant Registrar, Trinity College, Dublin. 

C. Other Courses. 

1. Students who are not graduates of the University may, if 
sufficiently qualified, be permitted to attend the Courses provided in 
the different branches of Arts. Application is to be made to the 
Senior Lecturer, Trinity College, Dublin. 

If leave is granted, they will be required to pay to the Bursar a 
fee of three guineas per Term for each Course taken. 

2. The special classes held to prepare candidates for the 
Examination for the Indian, Colonial, and Home Civil (Class I) 
Services are open to extern students. 

Candidates who have been selected for the Indian Civil Service 
may spend their probationary year at Trinity College. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 17 

Particulars may be obtained from the Registrar of the Indian 
and Home Civil Service School, Trinity College, Dublin. 

3. A limited number of extern students may be admitted to 
pursue research work in the laboratories of the Departments of 
Experimental Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Geology, and Zoology. 
Application should be made to the Professor concerned, whose leave 
must be obtained in all cases. 

4. Graduates in Medicine of this and other Universities are 
admitted to pursue research work in the Departments of Anatomy 
and Embryology, Physiology, Pathology, and Bacteriology. No 
fee is charged, beyond what is required to cover cost of materials. 
Application should be made in the first instance to the Dean of the 
Faculty of Physic, Trinity College, Dublin. 

5. An intensive course in all branches of Medicine, lasting three 
weeks, is given during the Long Vacation, to which all qualified 
medical practitioners are admitted, if approved by the Professors of 
the School. Particulars may be obtained from the Registrar of the 
School of Physic, Trinity College, Dublin. 

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NORTHAM 

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THE YEARBOOK OF THE 
UNIVERSITIES 
THE EMPIRE 

1933 



EDITED BY 

SIR H. FRANK HEATH 
GBE, KCB. 



PUBLISHED FOR 

THE UNIVERSITIES BUREAU 
OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE 

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LONDON 1933 



PREFACE 

THE Yearbook was first published in 1914. Before its advent the 
official University Calendars were the only authentic sources of 
information regarding the personnel, organization, regulations, and 
recent activities of universities. When British universities were few 
and university men took but little interest in the affairs of any except 
their own, the Calendars sufficed ; but there are now 70,* and each 
takes a growing interest in the others. The Calendars constitute a 
library of no mean dimensions and hardly anywhere except at the 
Universities Bureau are they all accessible. Much of their contents is 
of strictly local interest Moreover, they are not arranged on a uniform 
system while the Yearbook is. An attempt is made to select from them 
such information as is likely to prove of interest to members of other 
Universities and Colleges, to Government Departments, Clubs, school- 
masters, and the public generally. It would be impossible to present 
a conspectus of this kind in a volume of manageable dimensions without 
resorting to the use of abbreviations and other devices for saving space. 
It is hoped that abbreviation has not been pressed beyond the limits of 
intelligibility. 

In chapters introductory to the sections dealing with the Univer- 
sities of Great Britain and Ireland, of Canada, of Australia, of South 
Africa, and of India, is collected information regarding their history, 
regulations, and practice. The introductory chapters on South Africa 
and India have been revised and brought up to date this year, as those 
on Canada and Australia in the two previous issues. Each section com- 
prises three parts : 

(i) A directory of the officers and members of the staff of the Univer- 
sity. The Editor has in the main to rely for the accuracy of this list 
upon the officials of the several Universities and Colleges who assist him 
by sending in annual corrections, but an attempt has been made, by a 
study of announcements made in the public press, in University Gazettes 

* Exclusive of St. David's College, Lampeter, Victoria University, Toronto, 
now amalgamated with the University of Toronto, and the Hebrew Univer- 
sity, Jerusalem, in the Mandated Territory of Palestine. 

ui 



iv PREFACE 

and the like, to bring the list, so far as possible, up to date at the time of 
going to press. The other sections under the various institutions deal 
with the academic year 1931-32 or (in the case of those south of the 
equator) with the calendar year 1931, since the academic year runs 
in these Universities from March to November or December. The 
Directory gives the degrees held by the teachers as well as the University 
by which they were granted. If no name of a university follows a 
degree, it may be assumed that the degree was conferred by the univer- 
sity upon whose staff the teacher is serving. 

With the exception of honours conferred by H.M. the King, titles 
other than degrees are omitted, unless they throw light upon the stand- 
ing of their holders in the subjects which they profess. 

(2) Under the heading " General Information " an account is given 
of the equipment of libraries, museums, laboratories, etc., of the univer- 
sity, the degrees, diplomas, and certificates which it confers, its composi- 
tion fees, scholarships, etc., residential accommodation, exlra-mural 
work, publications, etc. 

(3) Reports of events of outstanding interest which occurred during 
the past academic year follow. They include statistics of the numbers 
of students in attendance and the degrees conferred. 

The Appendices include : (a) Summaries of regulations for the 
diplomas of the Medical Colleges and other Associations and Institu- 
tions of the United Kingdom, and the conditions governing admission 
to various professions and careers for which university studies are a 
fitting preparation ; (6) qualifications for admission to a first degree in 
the Univs. of Gt. Bntain and Ireland ; (c) lists of open post-graduate 
scholarships, fellowships, and grants for research available in the Empire 
and abroad to British subjects ; * (d) lists of centres of scientific research 
and. of scientific information, whether connected with the universities 
or not, with information as to the admission of independent research 
workers. These last particulars are not available in any other publica- 
tion, and the Universities Bureau believes that in view of the great 
development that has taken place of recent years in research throughout 
the Empire, and the growing interest shown in it by all classes, particu- 
larly by University students, the publication of these appendices will be 
helpful, especially to those living in the Dominions and Colonies overseas. 

Appendix XXII. collects for the first time in one place on a uniform 
system information hitherto contained in Appendices XX. and XXI. 
and in paragraphs dealing with admission previously given under the 

* Post-graduate scholarships and fellowships open only to graduates of 
particular universities will be found under the head of each university in the 
main part of the book. 



PREFACE v 

several Universities of Gt Britain and Ireland The information has 
been rearranged in order that the rather complicated conditions of 
admission to the Universities may be more easily ascertained. The 
several sections were submitted to the Universities and Examining 
Boards concerned. The difficulty of publishing a really up-to-date list 
of Universities and other Institutions approved by the Association of 
American Universities, with information as to libraries, nos of students, 
etc., has proved to be insurmountable, and the list in Appendix XXVI. 
has accordingly been confined to the names of the 34 principal Univer- 
sities in the U.S.A , together with references to the sources of informa- 
tion in respect of the remainder. Appendix XXX. gives a short list of 
books on the Universities of this country, and particulars of publications 
dealing with holiday courses and the exchange of students 

The General Index includes a series of references which will enable 
the reader to find the information formerly collected in a special 
Appendix (Professional Schools, Specialist Studies, etc.). 

The Memorandum and new Articles of Association of the Univer- 
sities Bureau, together with the names of the representatives of the 
member Universities, are included in this volume for convenience of 
reference (pp. xv-xxix below). 

In conclusion, the Universities Bureau acknowledges gratefully the 
ungrudging help afforded by the official Registrars and other corre- 
spondents in the Universities. This help gives the book an authoritative 
character to which it could not otherwise pretend. 

H. F. H. 

Universities Bureau of the British Empire, 

88 A Gower Street, London, W.C.I. 

March 1933. 



CONTENTS 



PAGE 

PREFACE ........ iii 

ABBREVIATIONS OF TITLES . . . X i 

THE UNIVERSITIES BUREAU . . . . . xiv 

MEMORANDUM AND ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION . . . xv 

ORDINARY MEMBERS AND THEIR REPRESENTATIVES . . xxviii 

THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL . ... xxx 

GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND- 
INTRODUCTORY ....... i 

CONGRESSES . .... 9 

DEGREES ....... 10 

ENGLAND AND WALES BIRMINGHAM , BRISTOL ; CAMBRIDGE ; 
DURHAM (including Durham Division, College of Medicine, and 
Armstrong College) , LEEDS ; LIVERPOOL ; LONDON (including 
University and King's Colleges, the University Institutes, Im- 
perial College of Science and Technology, East London and 
Birkbeck Colleges, School of Economics and Political Science, 
Agricultural College, Wye, School of Oriental Studies, Women's 
Colleges, Theological Schools, Medical Schools, Institutions with 
Recognized Teachers) ; MANCHESTER ; OXFORD ; READING ; 
SHEFFIELD ; WALES (including University Colleges of Wales, 
Aberystwyth North Wales, Bangor South Wales and Mon- 
mouthshire, Cardiff Welsh National School of Medicine 
Swansea) .... . 19 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGES, UNATTACHED Univ. Coll. of the S.W. of 
England (Exeter), Nottingham, Southampton, St David's Coll., 
Lampeter .... . . 276 

SCOTLAND ABERDEEN ; EDINBURGH ; GLASGOW (including 
Royal Technical College) ; ST. ANDREWS (including Univ. Coll., 
Dundee) ........ 288 

IRELAND BELFAST (The Queen's University) ; DUBLIN ; 
IRELAND (National University, including University Colleges of 
Dublin, Cork, Galway) ...... 334 

CANADA ACADIA, Wolfville, Nova Scotia; ALBERTA, Edmonton; 

BISHOP'S COLLEGE, Lennoxville, Quebec ; BRITISH COLUMBIA, 



viii CONTENTS 

CANADA (contd.) PAGE 

Vancouver ; DALHOUSIE, Halifax, Nova Scotia , KING'S COLLEGE, 
Halifax, Nova Scotia , LAVAL, Quebec , McGu.L, Monti eal ; 
MCMASTER, Hamilton, Ont , MANITOBA, Winnipeg , MONTREAL , 
MOUNT ALLISON, Sackville, N.B. , NEW BRUNSWICK, Fredencton , 
OTTAWA , QUEEN'S, Kingston, Ontario ; ST FRANCIS XAVIER, 
Antigomsh, Nova Scotia ; S ASKA TCHEWAN, Saskatoon ; TORONTO 
(including Timity College and VICTORIA UNIVERSITY) , WESTERN 
ONTARIO, London . 3o 

NEWFOUNDLAND MEMORIAL COLLKGE AND NORMAL SCHOOL, St. 

John's . . . . 476 

WEST INDIES IMPERIAL COLLEGE OF TROPICAL AGRICULTURE, St 

Augustine, Trinidad ....... 477 

AUSTRALIA ADELAIDE, MELBOURNE, QUEKNSLAND, Brisbane, 

SYDNEY ; TASMANIA, Hobart ; WESTERN AUSTRALIA, Perth , 479 

NEW ZEALAND UNIVERSITY OF NEW ZEALAND (including Univ. of 
Otago, Dunedin Canterbury Coll , Chnstchuich Auckland Univ. 
Coll. Victoria Univ. Coll., Wellington Cantcibury Agiicultural 
College, Lincoln Mansey Agricultural College, Palmerston North) . 519 
SOUTH AFRICA CAPE TOWN ; SOUTH AFRICA, including Univ, Col- 
leges at Bloemfontem, O F S. (Giey), Wellington, C.P. (Huguenot); 
Pieteimantzburg (Natal), Potchefstroom, and Grahamstown, C.P. 
(Rhodes); PRETORIA, Transvaal; STELLEN BOSCH, C.P.; WIT- 
WATERSRAND, Johannesburg, Transvaal . . . 536 

MAURITIUS COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE . . . . 57q 

MALTA UNIVERSITY OF MALTA .... 575 

INDIA AGRA; ALIGARH MUSLIM UNIVERSITY, ALLAHABAD; 
ANDHRA ; ANNAMALAI ; BENARES HINDU UNIVERSITY ; BOMBAY , 
CALCUTTA , DACCA ; DELHI ; LUCKNOW , MADRAS ; MYSORE ; 
NAGPUR ; OSMANIA UNIVERSITY, Hyderabad, Deccan ; PANJAB, 
Lahore ; PATNA ; RANGOON ; Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore 577 
CEYLON University College, Colombo , Medical College, Colombo . 665 
SINGAPORE King Edward VII. College of Medicine ; Raffles College . 669 
HONG-KONG University of Hong-Kong .... 673 

MANDATED TERRITORY PALESTINE Hebrew University of 

Jerusalem ........ 676 

APPENDICES 

I. to XXL Professions and careers for which university studies are a 
fitting preparation . conditions of entry or of qualification for profes- 
sional diplomas or membership of professional institutions : 
His Majesty's Forces : Regular Commissions for university candidates. 



CONTENTS ix 

PAGE 

II. Accountants, Actuaries, etc. III. Public Administration. IV. 
Agriculture, Dairying, Horticulture, etc. V. Architecture. VI Auc- 
tioneers and Estate Agents VII Bankers VIII. Chemistry. IX. 
Engineers Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, etc. X. Law Barristers, 
Solicitors, etc. XI. Medicine and Surgery, etc. Medical and Dental 
Qualifications and Registration of Students ; Reciprocal Recognition ; 
Post-graduate Medical Studies. Royal Colleges, Societies, etc. XII. 
Mining and Metallurgy (including Mining Engineering, Petroleum, 
etc ). XIII. Patent Agents. XIV. Pharmaceutical Chemistry. 
XV. Physics. XVI. Secietanes, XVII Surveyors. XVIII. Textile 
Institute. XIX. Teachers Training, Interchange, Registration, etc. 
XX Scientific Workers. XXI. Library Association . . 680 

XXII. QUALIFICATIONS FOR ADMISSION TO A FIRST " 
DEGREE IN THE UNIVERSITIES OF GREAT 
BRITAIN AND IRELAND . . . .741 

XXIII. POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS, ETC. , AND GRANTS 

FOR ADVANCED STUDY AND RESEARCH . . 770 

XXIV CENTRES OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND IN- 
FORMATION . . . . . .809 

XXV. OVERSEAS STUDENTS IN UNIVERSITIES OF GREAT 

BRITAIN AND IRELAND . . . .867 

XXVI UNIVERSITIES OF THE U NITED STATES OF AMERICA 868 

XXVII. ANGLO-AMERICAN RELATIONS PROFESSORSHIPS . 871 

XXVIII. INTERNATIONAL FEDERATIONS . . .872 

XXIX. BUREAUX OF INFORMATION . . . .876 

XXX. SHORT BIBLIOGRAPHY . . . 877 

INDEX OF NAMES . . . . . .881 

GENERAL INDEX . , . . . - 949 



QUALIFICATIONS OTHER THAN UNIVERSITY DE- 
GREES REFERRED TO IN THE YEARBOOK BY 
LETTERS AFTER NAMES 

For initial letters of titles of degrees vide p. to. 

[See also lists of medical qualifications in Appendix XI, In the 
appendices relating to the various professional associations some 
account is given of the examinations, etc., whereby their qualifications 
are obtained N B. The letters used in the Yearbook are not in all 
cases those authorized by the Associations ; e g , M Inst C.E. is some- 
times abbreviated to M I.C E., M I Mech.E to M.I M.E., F.Inst.P to 
F.I.P.] 



A.C.A. 

A C.G I. 

A.C.I S. 

A.I.C. 

A.KC. 

A.LS. 

A.M.C. 

A.R A M. 

A.R.C.A 

A.R.C.M. 

A.R CO 

AR.CS. 

A.R C.S I 

A.R.E. 

A.R.I.B.A. 

A.R.S.M. 

A.R.T.C. 

A.R.W.S. 

A.T.I. 

C.A. . 

C.AAust. 

CBE. 

C.DA. 

C.D.H. 

C.G . 

C.GI. 

Chev. Leg. d'H. 

Dip. d'E.S. 

DijxT.C. 

D.I.C. 

D.M.R.E. 

D.O.M.S. 

D.P.H. 

D.PM. 

D.S.C. 

DSO. 

D.T.M. 

D.V.S.M. 

F.A.C.S. 

F.A.I. 

F.B.A. 

F.C.A. 

F.C.S. 

F.C.I.S. 

F.C.O.G. 

F.G.S. 



Associate of Institute of Chartered Accountants. 
City and Guilds of London Institute. 

Chartered Institute of Secretaries. 

Institute of Chemistry. 

Kmg f s College. 

Lumaean Society. 

Art Master's Certificate. 
Associate of Royal Academy of Music. 
College of Art 

Music. 
.. Organists. 

Science. 

Science, Ireland. 
Society of Painter Etchers, 
Institute of British Architects. 
School of Mines. 
Technical College, Glasgow. 
Society of Painters in Water-Colours. 
Textile Institute. 
Chartered Accountant. 
Chartered Accountant of Australia. 
Commander Order of British Empire. 
College Diploma IB Agriculture. 

Horticulture. 

Croix de Guerre. 
City and Guilds Institute. 
Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur. 
Dipldme d'Etudes Supeneures. 
Diploma of the Technical College, Zunch. 
Diploma of Imperial College of Science and Technology. 
in Medical Radiology and Electrology. 
.. in Ophthalmic Medicine and Surgery. 

in Public Health. 
in Psychological Medicine. 
Distinguished Service Cross (Naval). 

Order. 

Diploma in Tropical Medicine. 

in Veterinary State Medicine 
Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. 
Auctioneers' Institute. 
British Academy. 

Institute of Chartered Accountants, 
the Chemical Society, 
the Chartered Institute of Secretaries. 
College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. 
Geological Society. 



xii QUALIFICATIONS REFERRED TO BY LETTERS 



F.I.A. 

F.I.C. 

F.I.CA. . 

FiLLic. (Upsala) 

F.I.P. 

F.I.SE. . 

F.L.A. 

F.L.S. 

F.Ph.S L. . * 

F.R.A.I. . 

F.R.A.M. . 

F.R.AS . 

F.R.C.O. . 

F.R.C.P. 

F.R.C P. Can. 

F.R.C P Ed 

F.R.C.P I 

F.R.C.S. . 

F.R.CSCan 

F.R.C.S Ed. 

F.R.CSI. 

F.R.C.V.S . 

F.R.F.P.S Glas. 

F.R.I.B A 

F.R.S. 

F.R.S.C. 

F.S.A. 

F.S.A.A. 

F.S.I. 

F.S.S. 

F.Z.S. 

KHC. 

KH.P. 

K.HS. 

L.C.P. 

LD.S 



L M.S S A. 

L R A.M 

L.R.C P. . 

L.R C P.I 

LRC.P andS.Edin. 

LRCSI . 
L.R.F.P.S. Glas . 

L.R.I.B.A. . 

LSJV. 

M.Amer.I M E. 

MAmer.SCE. . 

MC. . 

M.E.I C. . 

M.I.Ae.E. . 

M.I.A.E. . 

M.I.Chem E. 

M.Inst.C.E. 

M.Inst.E.E. 

M.I.Mech.E. 

M.Inst.M. and Cy.E. 

MJMinJE. . 

M.Inst.M.M. 

M.I.N.A. 

M.I.P.T. 

M.IStruct.E. 

M.M. . 

MMS.A 

M.N.Z.S C.E. 

M.P.S. 

M.R.C.P. 

M.R,C.P.Ed. 



Fellow of Institute of Actuaries. 
Chemistry 

Chemistry, Australia. 

Licentiate in Philosophy. 
Fellow of the Institute of Physics. 

M Institution of Structural Engineers. 

Library Association 
Lmnaean Society. 

Physical Society of London. 
Royal Anthropological Institute 
Academy of Music. 
Astronomical Society 
College of Organists. 

,, Physicians, London 
Canada 
Edinburgh 
Ireland 
Surgeons of England. 
Canada 

Ireland 
Veterinary Surgeons. 

Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow 
Institute of British Architects. 
Society. 

Society of Canada. 
Society of Antiquaries. 
Society of Accountants and Auditors. 
Surveyors' Institute. 

Royal Statistical Society. 
Zoological Society 
Hon. Chaplain to the King 
Hon. Physician to the King. 
Hon. Surgeon to the King 
Licentiate of the College of Preceptors. 

in Dental Surgery. 
Lady Literate in Arts (St. Andrews). 

Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery, Society of Apothecaries, London. 
Royal Academy of Music. 
of the Royal College of Physicians, London. 
,, Ireland 

Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons of 

Edinburgh. 

College of Surgeons, Ireland. 

Faculties of Physicians and Surgeons of 

Glasgow. 

Institute of British Architects. 

of the Society of Apothecaries 
Member of the American Institute of Mining Engineers 

Society of Civil Engineers. 

Military Cross. 

Member of the Engineering Institute of Cannda. 
Institution of Aeronautical Engineers, 
Automobile Engineers. 

Chemical Engineers. 

Civil Engineers. 

Electrical Engineers. 

ft ,i Mechanical Engineers. 

Municipal and County Engineers. 

,, Mining Engineers. 

,. and Metallurgy. 

Naval Architects. 

,, Petroleum Technologists. 

the Institute of Structural Engineers. 
Military Medal 

Member of the New Zealand Society of Civil Engineers. 
the Pharmaceutical Society* 
the Royal College of Physicians, London. 
Edinburgh. 



QUALIFICATIONS REFERRED TO BY LETTERS xiii 



M.RCP.I. 

MRCS, 

MRCS.I. 

M R C.V S 

M R.I.A. 

M.R.S.I. 

MS. A. 

M.T.P.I. 

N.D.A 

N.D.D. 

NDP. 

N.F.U. 

OA. . 

QBE 

O.I.P. 

O L6g. d'H. 



P.A.S.I. 

Ph.C. 

S.S.C. 

T.D.A. 

Wh.Sch. 

W.S. . 



Member of the Royal College of Physicians, Ireland. 

Surgeons of England. 

Ireland. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 

the Royal Institute of Anthropology. 

the Royal Sanitary Institute. 

the Society of Architects 

the Town Planning Institute. 
National Diploma in Agriculture. 



- Husbandry* 
Froebel Union. 
Offitier de 1' Academic. 
Officer Order of British Empire. 
Officier de 1'instruction pubhque. 
de la Legion d'Honneur. 
Oblate Father of Mary Immaculate. 
Professional Associate of the Surveyors' Institution. 
Registered Pharmaceutical Chemist 
Solicitor of the Supreme Court. 
Diploma of Agriculture, Transvaal. 
Whitworth Scholar. 
Writer to the Signet. 



THE UNIVERSITIES BUREAU OF THE 
BRITISH EMPIRE 

88A Gower Street, London, W.C.i (entrance in Torrington Place). 
Telegrams and Cables : " Uniburb, London." 

AT the final, Delegates', meeting of the Congress of 1912 it was resolved 
that steps be taken for the formation in London of a Bureau of Informa- 
tion for the "Universities of the Empire. In the spring of 1919 the 
Government offered a non-recurrent grant of 5000 to enable the Com- 
mittee to secure and furnish premises suitable for the wide activities 
which the Bureau had developed, on condition that the Universities 
of the Empire undertook to provide funds adequate to its maintenance, 
and the Bureau was incorporated under licence of the Board of Trade. 
The Committee thereupon purchased the lease of No. 50 Russell Square. 
In 1930 the lease of these premises was sold and new offices were built 
at 88A Gower Street (in Torrington Place), W.C.i, on a site the lease 
of which was taken from the University of London. At the Fourth 
Quinquennial Congress of Universities of the Empire, held in July 1931, 
the Bureau placed before Congress the draft of new Articles for its re- 
organization, and subject to certain amendments these Articles were 
approved. The Articles as approved by Congress were submitted in 
September 1931 to the Board of Trade, which accorded its approval, 
subject to certain further alterations. Under the new Articles of 
Association (v. p. xv. ff ) ordinary membership of the Bureau is confined 
to Universities, and an Executive Council of 21 representatives of 
Universities at home and overseas has been appointed in place of the 
Executive Committee. 

The Council of the Universities Bureau desire to welcome members of 
any of the Universities of the King's Dominions overseas who may visit 
London, and to place the resources of the Bureau at their disposal. 

Offices at 88A Gower Street have been let to 

THE ANGLO-DANISH BUREAU, ESTABLISHED BY THE DANISH 
STUDENTS' INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE. Director J. H. HBLWKG, 
Cand. Mag. 



MEMORANDUM AND ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION OF 
THE UNIVERSITIES BUREAU OF THE BRITISH 
EMPIRE 

(The word " Limited " being omitted by Licence of the Board of Trade) 

MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION 

1. The name of the Association is " THE UNIVERSITIES BUREAU OF 
THE BRITISH EMPIRE." 

2. The registered office of the Association will be situate in England. 

3. The objects for which the Association is established are : 

(1) To take over and accept by way of gift or otherwise such of 
the assets and property of the unincorporated Universities 
Bureau of the British Empire, established in 1912, as the 
Association may lawfully acquire and to carry on and con- 
tinue the undertaking and activities of the said Bureau. 

(2) To collect and distribute information from time to time on 
matters of interest to the Universities of the British Empire. 

(3) To arrange conferences and congresses and otherwise to 
facilitate communication and the interchange of informa- 
tion between the said Universities and between them and 
the Governments and other public bodies and learned in- 
stitutions and societies of the British Empire and the 
Governments, Universities and other bodies of foreign 
countries. 

(4) To facilitate the interchange of students and teachers be- 
tween the said Universities and between them and the 
Universities of foreign countries. 

(5) To establish and maintain a central office in London which 
shall serve, amongst other things, as a secretariat for the 
standing Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals of 
Universities in the United Kingdom and for any other 
Committees which the Universities may from time to time 
appoint. 

(6) To establish and maintain offices In any other parts of the 
United Kingdom or in any state, colony, or dependency of 
the British Empire or in any foreign country or state, to 
form centres and secretariats for the work and activities 
of the Association. 

(7) To print, publish and circulate handbooks, periodicals, 
circulars, leaflets and other publications with a view to 
making known and to furnishing and disseminating in- 
formation about and encouraging interest in the objects, 
work and activities of the Association in any part of the 
world, and generally in connection with the carrying out 
of its objects. 

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xvi MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION 

(8) To invite and. collect subscriptions and donations to the 
funds of the Association by any lawful means 

(9) To co-operate with other associations having similar objects 
with a view to the promotion of the objects of this Associa- 
tion. 

(10) To make, accept, endorse, discount and execute promissory 
notes, bills of exchange and other negotiable instruments. 

(n) To invest the moneys of the Association not immediately 
required for the purposes of the Association in or upon such 
securities and in such manner as may from time to time be 
deemed expedient provided that moneys subject or repre- 
senting property subject to the jurisdiction of the Charity 
Commissioners or Board of Education shall not be invested 
except in such securities and with such sanction (if any) as 
may for the time being be required by law 

(12) To borrow or raise money for the purposes of or in connexion 
with the Association's objects and to secure the same by 
mortgage or charge of any property of the Association or 
by the issue of debentures or debenture stock, charged on 
its undertaking or otherwise, or in any other manner as may 
be deemed expedient 

(13) To do all such other things as may bo thought calculated 
to promote the interests and well-being of the Universities 
of the British Empire or any of them. 

(14) To do all such other things as may be incidental or con- 
ducive to the attainment of the above objects or any of 
them 

Provided that the Association shall not support with its funds any 
object or endeavour to impose on or procure to be observed by its 
Members or others any regulation, restriction or condition which if an 
object of the Association would make it a Trade Union. 

Provided also that in case the Association shall take or hold any 
property subject to the jurisdiction of the Chanty Commissioners or 
Board of Education for England and Wales, the Association shall not 
sell, mortgage, charge or lease the same without such authority, approval 
or consent as may be required by law, and as regards any such property 
the Managers or Trustees of the Association shall be chargeable for such 
property as may come into their hands, and shall be answerable and 
accountable for their own acts, receipts, neglects and defaults, and for 
the due administration of such property in the same manner and to the 
same extent as they would as such Managers or Trustees have been if 
no incorporation had been effected, and the incorporation of the Associa- 
tion shall not diminish or impair any control or authority exercisable 
by the Chancery Division, the Chanty Commissioners or the Board of 
Education over such Managers or Trustees, but they shall, as regards 
any such property, be subject jointly and separately to such control or 
authority as if the Association were not incorporated. Tn case the 
Association shall take or hold any property which may be subject to 
any trusts, the Association shall only deal with the same in such manner 
as allowed by law having regard to such trusts. 



MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION xvii 

4 The income and property of the Association, whencesoever de- 
rived, shall be applied solely towards the promotion of the objects of 
the Association as set forth in this Memorandum of Association ; and 
no portion thereof shall be paid or transferred directly or indirectly by 
way of dividend, bonus, or otherwise howsoever by way of profit, to 
the Members of the Association 

Provided that nothing herein shall prevent the payment, in good 
faith, of reasonable and proper remuneration to any officer or servant 
of the Association, or to any Member of the Association, in return for 
any services actually rendered to the Association, nor prevent the pay- 
ment of interest at a rate not exceeding 5 per cent per annum on money 
lent or reasonable and proper rent for premises demised or let by any 
Member to the Association ; but so that no Member of the Executive 
Committee or Governing Body of the Association shall be appointed 
to any salaried office of the Association, or any office of the Association 
paid by fees, and that no remuneration or other benefit in money or 
moneys worth shall be given by the Association to any Member of such 
Committee or Governing Body except repayment of out-of-pocket 
expenses and interest at the rate aforesaid on money lent or reasonable 
and proper rent for premises demised or let to the Association ; Pro- 
vided that the provision last aforesaid shall not apply to any payment 
to any railway, gas, electric lighting, water, cable or telephone company 
of which a Member of the Executive Committee or Governing Body 
may be a Member or any other company in which such Member shall not 
hold more than one-hundredth part of the capital, and such Member 
shall not be bound to account for any share of profits he may receive 
in respect of any such payment 

5. No addition, alteration, or amendment shall be made to or in the 
legulations contained in the Articles of Association for the time being 
in force, unless the same shall have been previously submitted to and 
approved by the Board of Trade 

6. The 3rd and 4th Paragraphs of this Memorandum contain con- 
ditions on which a licence is granted by the Board of Trade to the 
Association in pursuance of Section 20 of the Companies (Consolidation) 
Act, 1908. 

7. The liability of the Members is limited. 

8. Every Member of the Association undertakes to contnbute to 
the assets of the Association, in the event of the same being wound up 
during the time that he is a Member, or within one year afterwards, 
for payment of the debts and liabilities of the Association contracted 
before the time at which he ceases to be a Member, and of the costs, 
charges and expenses of winding up the same, and for the adjustment of 
the rights of the contributories amongst themselves, such amount as 
may be required not exceeding One Pound. 

9. If upon the winding up or dissolution of the Association there 
remains, after the satisfaction of all its debts and liabilities, any pro- 

>erty whatsoever, the same shall not be paid to or distributed among 
,he Members of the Association, but shall be given or transferred to 
some other institution or institutions having objects similar to the 
>bjects of the Association, and which shall prohibit the distribution of 

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xviii ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION 

its or their income and property amongst its or their Members to an 
extent at least as great as is imposed on the Association under or by 
virtue of Clause 4 hereof, such institution or institutions to be deter- 
mined by the Members of the Association at or before the time of dis- 
solution, or in default thereof by such Judge of the High Court of Justice 
as may have or acquire jurisdiction in the matter, and if and so far as 
effect cannot be given to the aforesaid provision then to some charitable 
object. 

10 True accounts shall be kept of the sums of money received and 
expended by the Association, and the matter in respect of which such 
receipts and expenditure take place, and of the property, credits, and 
liabilities of the Association ; and, subject to any reasonable restric- 
tions as to the time and manner of inspecting the same that may be 
imposed in accordance with the regulations of the Association for the 
time being, shall be open to the inspection of the Members. Once at 
least in every year the accounts of the Association shall be examined, 
and the correctness of the balance-sheet ascertained by one or more 
properly qualified Auditor or Auditors. 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION 

PRELIMINARY 

1. The number of the Members of the Association is declared not to 
exceed 100, but the Council may at any time register an increase in the 
number of the Members. 

2. These Articles shall be construed with reference to the provisions 
of the Companies Act, 1929, and terms used m these Articles shall be 
taken as having the same respective meanings as they have when used 
in that Act 

3. The Association is established for the purposes expressed in the 
Memorandum of Association 



MEMBERSHIP 

4 The Members of the Association shall consist of corporate bodies 
with the following status : 

(a) Ordinary Members who shall be (i ) such of the Universities speci- 
fied in Schedule A attached to these Articles as sign the under- 
taking required by Article 5, and (li.) such Universities situate 
within the British Empire, which may be hereafter incorporated, 
as are admitted members by the Council in accordance with such 
regulations as may be framed by the Council in this behalf. 

(b) Associate Members who shall be such Universities in mandated 
territories and such other institutions being University Colleges 
or Colleges of Universities within the Empire (being corporate 
bodies), as may hereafter be admitted members by the Council 
under such conditions of membership as may bo proscribed by 
the Council in this behalf. 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION six 

(c) Such other classes of members (consisting of corporate bodies) as 
may from time to time be admitted by the Council under such 
conditions of membership as may be prescnbed by the Council 
in this behalf. 

5. Every Member shall sign an undertaking in such form as the 
Council may require to observe and perform all the conditions and pro- 
visions of the regulations of the Association for the time being in force, 
and thereupon the name of such Member shall be entered in the register 
of Members of the Association 

6. Ordinary Members shall have full rights of membership. Other 
Members shall be entitled to such of the privileges and benefits of the 
Association as may be assigned to them from time to time by the Council. 

7. Every Member shall nominate a person to act as its representative. 
Such nomination shall be in writing and shall be deposited at the 
registered office of the Association. Such representative shall have 
the right on behalf of the Member to exercise all such rights of member- 
ship as may have been assigned to such Member by these Articles or by 
Regulations framed by the Council. A Member may from time to time 
in writing revoke the nomination of such representative, and nominate 
another representative in his place. 

8. Any Member may withdraw from the Association by giving notice 
in writing to the Secretary before the expiration of any financial year, 
and on paying with such notice any unpaid subscription for the current 
year. Thereupon such Member shall be deemed to have ceased to be 
a Member from the date of the expiration of such financial year. 

9. Upon the retirement of any Member by notice as stated in Article 
8 the Member shall not be entitled to any repayment of any subscription 
or any part thereof paid for the current year. 

10. The rights of any Member shall not be transferable and shall 
cease upon the Member failing to pay the annual subscription within 
twelve months of its becoming due. Any such Member may be re- 
admitted to membership upon payment of the subscription for the year 
during which its membership lapsed. 

DUTIES OF MEMBERS 

1 1 . Every Member of the Association shall be bound . 

(a) To pay to the Association such minimum annual subscriptions 
for the various classes of members as may be fixed by the Associa- 
tion at its first General Meeting after the adoption of these 
Articles, and as may subsequently be fixed from time to time at 
Extraordinary Meetings held during the progress of Quinquennial 
Congresses, under the provisions of Article 35. 

(&) To observe the provisions of these presents and of the Memoran- 
dum of Association and all the bye-laws, rules and regulations 
of the Association for the time being in force. 

COUNCIL OF THE ASSOCIATION 

12. The Executive of the Association shall be a Council consisting 



xx ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION 

of 21 persons chosen from the representatives of Ordinary Members as 
follows : 
Member Universities of Great Bntain and Ireland 9 representatives 

Canada 3 

Australia 2 

New Zealand I representative 

South Afnca 2 representatives 

India 3 
other parts of the British 

Empire i representative. 

13 The Members of the Council shall be appointed by the Associa- 
tion in General Meeting for a period of one year on the respective 
nominations of the Ordinary Members of the Association for the several 
territories specified in Article 12. 

14. The office of a Member of the Council shall ipso facto be vacated 
if his appointment as a representative of a Member is withdrawn by the 
Member appointing him, or if the Corporation appointing him ceases 
to be a Member of the Association 

15 Casual vacancies shall be filled by the Council from amongst the 
representatives nominated by Ordinary Members under the provisions 
of Article 7 The person so appointed shall hold office until the Annual 
Meeting next after his appointment, but he shall then be eligible for 
re-election if nominated in accordance with the terms of Article 13 

1 6. No act or resolution of the Council shall be invalidated by reason 
of the existence of any vacancy or vacancies among Members of the 
Council, but if the number of Members of the Council shall be reduced 
below 13 the continuing Members may act for the purpose only of filling 
vacancies or summoning a General Meeting of the Association 

17. The Council shall manage and control all matters relating to the 
management and organisation of the Association and may exercise all 
such powers of the Association as are not by the Companies Act, 1929, 
or by these Articles required to be exercised by the Association in 
General Meeting subject nevertheless to any regulation of these Articles, 
to the provisions of the said Act, and to such regulations being not 
inconsistent with the aforesaid regulations or provisions, as may be 
prescribed by the Association in General Meeting ; but no regulation 
made by the Association in General Meeting shall invalidate any prior 
act of the Council, which would have been valid if that regulation had 
not been made. 

1 8. The Council may appoint, in consultation with the appropriate 
groups of Universities, special Committees to study and report on ques- 
tions of interest to the Universities in more than one region of the 
Empire and shall provide the necessary secrctanal assistance for such 
Committees, but if such assistance involves exceptional expenditure, 
they may make it a condition of providing such assistance that a special 
subvention be made by the Universities concerned. 

19. The Council shall study and report on, either by moans of special 
Committees or otherwise as may be appropriate in each case, any ques- 
tions referred to them by any Conference or Congress of Universities, 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION xxi 

but if exceptional expenditure is involved they may make it a condition 
of undertaking the inquiry that a special subvention be made by the 
Universities concerned. 

20 The Council may elect a Chairman of their meetings and deter- 
mine the period for which he is to hold office, but if no such Chairman 
is elected, or if he should not be present at the commencement of any 
meeting of the Council, the members of the Council shall select a Chair- 
man from those present for that meeting 

21. The Chairman of the Council may at any time, and the Secretary 
upon the request of six Members of the Council shall, convene a meeting 
of the Council In the case of a meeting convened at the request of 
six Members the notice of meeting shall state the character of the 
business to be discussed, and only business of which notice shall have 
been so given shall be discussed at that meeting. Each Member of the 
Council shall name an address in the United Kingdom at which all 
notices shall be served upon him, and all notices served at such address 
shall be deemed to be well served. Questions arising at any meeting 
of the Council shall be decided by a majority of Members present and 
voting at such meeting. In the event of the votes being equally divided 
the Chairman shall have a second or casting vote. 

22. The quorum for a meeting of the Council shall be five 

23 A meeting of the Council for the time being at which a quorum 
is present shall be competent to exercise all or any of the authorities, 
powers and discretions by or under the Articles of Association for the 
time being vested in or exerciseable by the Council generally. 

24. The Council may delegate such of its powers as it considers 
desirable to any Committee consisting of Members of the Council. 

25. The meetings and proceedings of any such Committee shall be 
governed by the provisions herein contained for regulating the meetings 
and proceedings of the Council, so far as the same are applicable thereto. 

26. The Council may from time to time appoint a Secretary of the 
Association and any other officers or servants who may be required for 
the performance of the business of the Association or of the Council and 
may from time to time appoint a temporary substitute for the Secretary 
who, in the absence of the Secretary, shall be deemed to be the Secretary. 

27. All acts done by any meeting of the Council or by any person 
acting as a Member of the Council shall notwithstanding that it shall be 
afterwards discovered that there was some defect in the appointment 
of the Council, or persons acting as aforesaid, or that they or any of 
them were disqualified, be as valid as if every such person had been duly 
appointed and was qualified to be a Member of the Council. 

28. Without prejudice to the generality of the powers conferred upon 
the Council by Article 17 the Council may from time to time frame 
regulations (a) generally to give effect to the provisions of the Memoran- 
dum of Association and of these Articles and (&) particularly for the 
following purposes : 

(1) for admitting Universities which may hereafter become cor- 

porations ; 

(2) for admitting as Associate members Corporations which are 

Universities in mandated territories and other institutions, 



xxii ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION 

being University Colleges or Colleges of Universities within 
the Empire , 

(3) for assigning privileges of membership to (a) Associate members 

and (b) other classes of members , 

(4) for prescribing a form to be signed by members prior to admis- 

sion as members ; 

(5) for prescnbing the manner in which the groups of Universities 

referred to in Article 12 shall appoint representatives ; 

(6) for managing the business and defining the duties of the Associa- 

tion ; 

(7) for delegating to Committees of the Council such of its powers 

as are not inconsistent with the provisions of these Articles ; 

(8) for fixing the manner of the appointment of the special Com- 

mittees referred to in Articles 18 and 19 ; 

(9) for arranging for the provision of secretarial assistance to such 

Committees ; and for assessing any exceptional expenditure 
involved and distributing it amongst Universities concerned ; 

(to) for determining the period for which the Chairman of the Council 
is to hold office ; 

(n) for denning the manner in which the minutes of business trans- 
acted at meetings of the Association are to be recorded ; 

(12) for providing for the custody of the seal and for determining 

the officer of the Association other than the Secretary who 
may countersign instruments to which the seal is attached ; 

(13) for prescnbing the form in which instruments appointing 

proxies shall be framed ; 

(14) for prescribing the books of account which have to be maintained 

in accordance with the provisions of Article 60 , 

(15) for prescnbing the place at which such books of account shall 

be kept 

Provided always that no regulation made by the Council shall have 
any validity or effect if it amounts to or involves such an alteration of 
or addition to these Articles as could only lawfully be made by Special 
Resolution. 

MINUTES 

29. The Council shall cause minutes to be duly entered in books pro- 
vided for the purpose of all business transacted at General and Extra- 
ordinary Meetings and at meetings of the Council and Committees thereof. 

30. Any such minutes of any meeting of the Council or of Committees 
thereof, or of the Association, if purporting to be signed by the Chairman 
of such meeting, or by the Chairman of the next succeeding meeting, 
shall be conclusive evidence of the matters stated in such minutes. 

31. The Council shall submit to the Annual General Meeting of the 
Association a report of its work and activities during the preceding year. 

SEAL 

32. The Council shall provide for the safe custody of the seal, and 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION 

the seal shall never be used except by the authority of the Council 
previously given, and m the presence of a Member of the Council, who 
shall sign every instrument to which the seal is affixed, and every such 
instrument shall be countersigned by the Secretary or some other person 
appointed by the Council 

GENERAL MEETINGS 

33 A General Meeting of the Association shall be held once at least 
in every 'calendar year in London or such other University town and at 
such time as may be determined by the Council provided that a General 
Meeting shall be held within not more than fifteen months after the 
holding of the last General Meeting, 

34. The above-mentioned General Meetings shall be called Ordinary 
Meetings, all other General Meetings shall be called Extraordinary 
Meetings. 

35. An Extraordinary Meeting of the Association shall be held dunng 
the progress of each Quinquennial Congress of Universities of the Empire 
or within three days of the commencement or termination of that 
Congress. 

36 Notwithstanding any provisions to the contrary in these Articles 
the Chairman shall have power at any Extraordinary Meeting sum- 
moned under the provisions of Article 35 to place on the agenda matters 
which have been the subject of a resolution passed by the delegates at 
the Quinquennial Congress dunng which the Extraordinary Meeting 
is being held 

37. The Council may whenever it thinks fit and it shall upon a 
requisition made in writing and signed by Members entitled to vote 
representing not less than one-tenth of the total voting rights of all the 
Members having at the date of the requisition a right to vote at General 
Meetings of the Association convene an Extraordinary Meeting. The 
Secretary shall at any time when required by the Chairman of the 
Council summon an Extraordinary Meeting. 

38 Any requisition made by the Members of the Association entitled 
to vote as aforesaid shall express the object of the meeting proposed 
to be called and shall be left at the registered office of the Association. 

39. Upon the receipt of such requisition the Council shall forthwith 
proceed to convene an Extraordinary Meeting and if they neglect to 
do so for twenty-one days from the time of the requisition being so left 
the requisitionists or any of them representing more than one half of 
the total vbting rights of all of them may themselves convene the meeting 
in the same manner as nearly as possible as that in which meetings are 
to be convened by the Council. 

40. The business of an Ordinary Meeting shall be : 

(a) To receive and consider the accounts, the balance sheet and the 

reports of the Council and the Auditors ; 

(b) To appoint an Auditor or Auditors and fix his or their remunera- 

tion. 

(c) To appoint the Members of Council in accordance with the 

provisions of Article 13. 



LV ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION 

I other business transacted at an Ordinary Meeting and all business 
uisacted at an Extraordinary Meeting shall be deemed special. If 
y Member has any proposal or any matter which he wishes to make 
bring before an Ordinary Meeting he shall give fourteen days' written 
tice thereof to the Secretary 

41. Subject to the provisions of Section 117 (2) of the Companies Act, 
29, relating to Special Resolutions, twenty-eight days' notice at the 
,st (or in the case of a meeting convened pursuant to a requisition of 
smbers fourteen days' notice at the least) exclusive of the day of giving 
3 notice but inclusive of the day of the meeting, specifying the place, 
3 day and hour of meeting and (in case of special business) the 
aeral nature of such business, shall be given by notice to the Members 
manner hereinafter stated with reference to the giving of notices, but 
3 accidental omission to give such notice to or the non-receipt of such 
tice by any Member shall not invalidate the proceedings of any meet- 
*. It shall not be necessary to give notice of a meeting to a repre- 
itative of a Member who has no registered address in the United 
ngdom. 

42. Except as otherwise provided by these presents no business shall 
transacted at any General Meeting unless a quorum of Members 

titled to vote is present at the time when the meeting proceeds to 
isiness 

43. A quorum shall consist of ten Ordinary Members. 

44. If within half-an-hour from the time appointed for a meeting 
n. Ordinary Members entitled to vote are not present the meeting if 
nvened upon a requisition of Members shall be dissolved but in any 
her case it shall stand adjourned to a place to be fixed by the Chairman 
d to a date to be fixed by the Chairman not earlier than two weeks and 
>t later than one month after the date of the original meeting, and if at 
ch adjourned meeting a quorum is not present but two or more 
-dinary Members entitled to vote are present the Members present 
titled to vote shall be a quorum and may transact the business for 
nch the original meeting was called 

45. At any adjourned General Meeting the Ordinary Members present 
Ltitled to vote being two or more in number shall have the power to 
>cide upon all matters which could properly have been disposed of at 
e meeting from which the adjournment took place had a sufficient 
imber of Members entitled to vote been present at such meeting, 
otice of the time and place fixed by the Chairman for an adjourned 
eeting shall be given to all Members entitled to receive notices of 
eetings. J; 

46. The Chairman of the Council shall be the Chairman of every 
eneral Meeting, but if within fifteen minutes from the time appointed 
r holding the meeting he is not present the Members present at the 
eeting and entitled to vote shall choose a Member entitled to vote to 
;t as Chairman in his place. 

47 The Chairman may upon the resolution of the meeting adjourn 
ly meeting from time to time and from place to place but no business 
tall be transacted at any adjourned meeting other than the business 
ft unfinished at the meeting from which the adjournment took place. 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION xxv 

48 No poll shall be demanded on the appointment of a Chairman 
or on a question of adjournment 

49 At any General Meeting unless a poll is demanded by at least two 
Members entitled to vote a declaration by the Chairman that a resolu- 
tion has been earned or has been earned unanimously or by a particular 
majority or lost or not carried by a particular majority and an entry 
to that effect in the book of proceedings of the Association shall be con- 
clusive evidence of the fact without proof of the number or proportion 
of the votes recorded in favour of or against such resolution. 

50. If a poll is demanded by two or more Members entitled to vote 
it shall be taken in such manner as the Chairman directs and he shall 
have power to take the poll at once at the meeting or to adjourn the 
meeting for a reasonable time not exceeding fourteen days for the 
purpose of taking such poll and the result of such poll shall be deemed 
to be the resolution of the Association in General Meeting In case of 
an equality of votes at any General Meeting the Chairman shall be 
entitled to a second vote or casting vote. 

51. Minutes of all resolutions and proceedings at General Meetings 
signed by any person purporting to be the Chairman of the Meeting 
at which such Minutes were signed as correctly recorded shall be con- 
clusive evidence of the facts therein stated 

52. Nothing in these Articles shall preclude the Council from in- 
viting any member of the teaching or administrative staff of a corpora- 
tion or institution, which is an Ordinary Member or an Associate 
Member, to attend a General or Extraordinary Meeting of the Associa- 
tion, or any meeting of the Council or Committees thereof, provided 
that any person so attending any meeting shall not be entitled to vote 
at such meeting or to participate in any discussion on any subj'ect other 
than that for the discussion of which he has been invited to attend. 

VOTES AT GENERAL MEETINGS 

53. Every Member entitled to vote represented directly or by proxy 
shall have one vote and no more at a General Meeting except the Chair- 
man, who shall, in case of an equality of votes, have a second or casting 
vote. 

54. Votes may be given either personally by the representative of a 
Member or by proxy given by such representative. 

55. The instrument appointing a proxy shall be in writing under the 
hand of the appomter and may be in the following form : 

I of in the County 

of being the duly authorised representative of 

a Member of the Universities Bureau of the 

British Empire hereby appoint as my proxy 

to vote for me and on my behalf at the (Ordinary or Extraordinary or 
adjourned as the case may be) General Meeting of the Association to 
be held on the day of and at any 

adjournment thereof. 

SIGNED this day of 

Or in such other form as the Council snail approve. 



xxvi ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION 

56. Only representatives of Members entitled to vote shall be 
appointed proxies. 

57. The instrument appointing a proxy shall be deposited at the 
registered office of the Association or delivered to the Secretary not less 
than forty-eight hours before the time appointed for holding the meeting 
at which the person named in such instrument proposes to vote. 

58. No objection shall be made to the validity of any vote except 
at the meeting or poll at which such vote shall be tendered and every 
vote whether given personally or by proxy not disallowed at such 
meeting or poll shall be deemed valid for all purposes of such meeting 
or poll whatsoever. 

59 The Chairman of any meeting shall be the sole and absolute judge 
of the validity of every vote tendered at such meeting or poll and may 
allow or disallow the votes tendered according as he shall be of opinion 
that they are or are not valid. 

ACCOUNTS 

60. The Council shall cause proper books of account to be kept with 
respect to : 

(a) all sums of money received and expended by the Association and 
the matters in respect of which the receipts and expenditure 
take place , 

(6) all sales and purchases of goods by the Association ; 

(c) the assets and liabilities of the Association. 

61. The books of account shall be kept at such place as the Council 
may from time to time appoint, and subject to any reasonable restric- 
tions as to the time and manner of inspecting them that may be im- 
posed by the Association in General Meeting, the books of account shall 
be open to the inspection of the Members at all times during the usual 
business hours. 

62. The Council shall from time to time, in accordance with Section 
123 of the Act, cause to be prepared and to be laid before the Association 
in General Meeting such income and expenditure accounts, balance 
sheets and reports as are referred to m that section. 

63. A copy of every balance sheet (including every document re- 
quired by law to be annexed thereto) which is to be laid before the 
Association in General Meeting together with a copy of the auditor's 
report shall not less than seven days before the date of the meeting be 
sent to all persons entitled to receive notices of General Meetings of the 
Association. 

AUDIT 

64. Auditors shall be appointed and their duties regulated in accord- 
ance with Sections 132, 133 and 134 of the Companies Act, 1929. 

NOTICES 

65 A notice may be given by the Association to any Member either 
personally to the representative of such Member or by sending it by 
post to such representative to his address m the United Kingdom. 
Every representative of a Member shall furnish to the Association an 
address in the United Kingdom at which notices may be served. 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION 

66. Where a notice is sent by post, service of the notice shall be 
deemed to be effected by properly addressing, prepaying and posting 
a letter containing the notice, and, unless the contrary is proved, to have 
been effected on the day succeeding that on which it was posted 



SCHEDULE A. (Vide Article 4 (a)) 
UNIVERSITIES OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 

England and Wales : Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Durham, 
Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Oxford, Reading, Sheffield, 
Wales. 

Scotland . Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, St Andrews. 

Ireland : The Queen's University of Belfast ; University of Dublin, 
Trinity College ; The National University of Ireland. 

UNIVERSITIES OVERSEAS 

Canada : Acadia, Alberta, Bishop's College,* British Columbia,* 
Dalhousie, King's College,* Laval, McGill, McMaster,* Manitoba,* 
Montreal,* Mount Allison, New Brunswick,* Ottawa, Queen's, St 
Francis Xavier,* Saskatchewan, Toronto, Western Ontario. 

Austraha : Adelaide, Melbourne, Queensland,* Sydney, Tasmania,* 
Western Austraha.* 

New Zealand . The University of New Zealand. 

South Afnca : Cape Town, Pretoria,* South Africa, Stellenbosch, 
Witwatersrand . 

Malta . The University of Malta. 

Ind^a : Agra,* Aligarh Muslim University,* Allahabad,* Andhra, 
Annamalai, Benares Hindu University,* Bombay, Calcutta, Dacca,* 
Delhi,* Lucknow,* Madras, Mysore, Nagpur,* Osmania University, 
Panjab, Patna, Rangoon. 

Hong-Kong . The University of Hong-Kong 

* Not at present a member of the Universities Bureau. 



ORDINARY MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITIES BUREAU 
OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE, TOGETHER WITH 
THEIR REPRESENTATIVES 



University 
Birmingham . 

Bristol . 
Cambridge . 
Durham 

Leeds . 

Liverpool 
London 
Manchester . 
Oxford 

Reading 
Sheffield 
Wales . 



Aberdeen 
Edinburgh 

Glasgow 

St Andrews . 



ENGLAND AND WALES 

Representative 
. Sir Charles Grant Robertson, C.V.O., M.A., 

LL.D 

. Thomas Loveday, M.A , LL D. 
. Will Spens, C B E., M.A. 
. Sir William S Marris, K C.S.I., K.C.I.E., 

D.Litt. 
. Sir James B Baillie, O.B E , M.A., D Phil., 

LL.D. 

. H. J. W. Hethcrington, M.A., LL.D. 
. Edwin Deller, LL.D. 
. Walter H. Moberly, D.S O., M.A., Litt.D. 
. A. E. W. Hazel, C.B.E., M.A., LL.D., B.C.L., 

KC. 

. T. Franklin Sibly, LL.D., D.Sc. 
. A. W. Pickard-Cambridge, M.A., D.Litt. 
. C. A. Edwards, D.Sc., F.R.S. 

SCOTLAND 

. Very Rev. Sir George Adam Smith, M. A., D D. 

LL D., Litt.D., F.B.A 
. Sir Thomas H. Holland, K.C.S.L, K.C.I.E. 

LL D , D Sc., F.R.S. 
. Sir Roberts Rait, C.B.E., LL.D. 
. Sir James C Irvine, C.B.E., Ph D., LL.D. 

D.C.L., D.Sc., Sc.D., F.R.S. 



IRELAND 

. Sir Richard W. Livingstone, M.A., D.Lit. 
. E. J. Gwynn, Litt.D., D.Litt., LL.D. 

National University of Ireland Denis J. Coffey, M.A., LL.D., M.B., B.Ch. 

BA.O. 



Queen's, Belfast 
Dublin, Trinity College 



Acadia 
Alberta 

Dalhousic 

Laval . 

McGill . 

Mt. Allison . 

Ottawa 

Queen's, Ontario 



CANADA 

F. W. Patterson, D.D., LL.D. 

Professor J. J. R. Maclcod, LL.D., D.Sc. 

M.B , Ch B., F.R.S. 

D. F. Fraser-Harris, D.Sc., M.D., F.R.S.C. 
Professor A. Vachon, M A., Lie. Ph. 
Sir Arthur Currie, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., LL.D. 

G. J. Trucman, M.A., Ph.D. 
Hon. L. J. Lemieux, M.D. 
William Hamilton Fyfe, M.A. 



MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITIES BUREAU xxiz 

Saskatchewan . . . Not yet nominated. 

Toronto . . . . J. C. McLennan, O B.E., Ph.D , LL.D., F.R.S. 

Western Ontario . . . Lewis R. Yealland, M.D , M.R.C P. 

AUSTRALIA 

Adelaide .... Professor H. Darnley Naylor, M.A. 
Melbourne .... Professor J. I. Orme Masson, D.Sc., F.I.C. 
Sydney . . . . R. S. Wallace, M.A., LL.D. 

NEW ZEALAND 
New Zealand . . . A. J. Harrop, M.A., Ph.D. 

SOUTH AFRICA 

Cape Town .... Rt. Hon. Lord Lugard, G C.M.G., C.B., D.S.O , 

D.C.L., LL.D. 

South Africa . . . J. J. Bond, B A. 

Stellenbosch . . . Professor WUlem Blommaert, Litt.D. 

Witwatersrand . . William Cullen, LL.D. 

INDIA 

Andhra .... Professor Sir Sarvapalle Radhakrishnan, M. A., 

D.Litt. 

Annamalai . . . H. C. Papworth. 

Bombay . . . Hon. Mr. Justice Mirza All Akbar Khan, B.A. 

Calcutta . . . .Sir William E. Greaves. 
Madras . . . .Sir Bhupendranath Mitra, K C.S.I., K.C.I.E., 

C.B.E., M.A. 

Mysore . . . . E. P. Metcalfe, D.Sc., F.Inst.P. 

Osmania . . . B. C. McEwen. 

Panjab . . . . Sir John Maynard, K.C I.E , C.S.I., D.Litt 

Patna H. Lambert, M.A. 

Rangoon . . . .Sir Benjamin H. Heald, V.D., M.A. 

OTHER PARTS OF THE EMPIRE 

Malta Adrian Dingli, O.B.E., M.A., LL.D., Jur.D. 

Hong- Kong . . . . W. J. Hinton, M.A. 



THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

(Appointed under Articles 12 and 13 of the Articles of Association at the First 
General Meeting held in London on the 24th September 1932) 

REPRESENTATIVES NOMINATED BY MEMBER UNIVERSITIES 
UNIVERSITIES OF GT. BRITAIN AND IRELAND 

A. E. W. HAZEL, C B E., M.A., B.C.L., LL.D., K.C. Oxford 
(Oxford) 

WILL SPENS, C.B.E., M.A. (Cambridge) Cambridge 

EDWIN DELLER, LL.D. (London) London 

Sir JAMES B. BAILLIE, O.B.E., M.A., D.Phil., 



LL.D. (Leeds) 

Sir CHARLES GRANT ROBERTSON, C.V O., M.A, 
LL.D. (Birmingham) 



Birmingham, Bristol, 
Durham, Leeds, Liver- 
pool, Manchester, 
Reading, Sheifield and 



T. FRANKLIN SIBLY, LL.D., D.Sc. (Reading) 

Sir RICHARD W. LIVINGSTONE, M.A, D.Lit.j Aberdcen , Edinburgh, 
(Belfast) I Glasgow, St. Andrews 

Sir ROBERT S. RAIT, C.B.E., LL.D. (Glasgow) ) and Belfast 
DENIS J. COFFEY, M A., LL.D., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. Dublin and National 
(National University of Ireland) 

UNIVERSITIES OF CANADA 

D. F. FRASER-HARRIS, D.Sc., M.D., F.R.S.C. 
(Dalhousie) 

J. C. MCLENNAN, O.B.E., Ph.D., LLD., F.R.S. 
(Toronto) 

LEWIS R. YEALLAND, M.D , M R C.P. (Western 
Ontario) 

UNIVERSITIES OF AUSTRALIA 
Professor H. DARNLEY NAYLOR, M.A. (Adelaide) 
R. S. WALLACE, M.A., LL D. (Sydney) 

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ZEALAND 
A. J. HARROP, M.A., Ph.D. (New Zealand) 



THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL xxx 

UNIVERSITIES OF SOUTH AFRICA 
J. J. BOND, B.A. (South Africa) 
WILLIAM CULLEN, LL.D (Witwatersrand) 

UNIVERSITIES OF INDIA 

Hon. Mr. Justice MIRZA ALI AKBAR KHAN, B.A. 
(Bombay) 

Sir BHUPENDRANATH MITRA, K.C.S.I., K.C.I.E., 
C.B.E., M.A. (Madras) 

Professor Sir SARVAPALLE RADHAKRISHNAN, M.A., 
D. Litt. (Andhra) 

UNIVERSITIES OF OTHER PARTS OF 
THE EMPIRE 

HONG- KONG, MALTA 
W. J. HINTON, M.A. (Hong-Kong) 

Hon. Director : Sir H. FRANK HEATH, G.B.E., K.C.B., B.A., Ph.D. 
Secretary : W..B. BRANDER, C.I.E , C.B.E., M.A. 



UNIVERSITIES OF GREAT BRITAIN 
AND IRELAND 



HISTORICAL SUMMARY NUMBER OF FULL-TIME STUDENTS NATIONAL 
UNIONS OF STUDENTS TERMS SCHOLARSHIPS LIBRARIES UNI- 
VERSITY GRANTS REPRESENTATIVES IN PARLIAMENT UNIVER- 
SITY EXTENSION CONFERENCES COMMITTEE OF VICE-CHAN- 
CELLORS AND PRINCIPALS CONGRESSES OF THE UNIVERSITIES OF 
THE EMPIRE DEGREES. 

UNIVERSITIES were the outcome of the great intellectual revival which 
affected Europe in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Shortly after 
the Schools of Bologna and Pans had developed into what we now term 
Universities, similar seats of learning arose at Oxford and Cambridge, 
the nucleus of organization being, as at Paris, a corporation, of masters 
not, as at Bologna, a corporation of students and many of the students 
being boys of fourteen or even younger. Instruction was in the form 
of lectures by licensed teachers. To the Seven Liberal Arts ol the 
mediaeval schools (the " trivium " GRAMMAR, LOGIC, and RHETORIC, 
and the " quadrivium " ARITHMETIC, GEOMETRY, MUSIC, and AS- 
TRONOMY) the Universities added the three higher " Faculties " of 
THEOLOGY, LAW, and MEDICINE in order to provide complete preparation 
for the learned professions. The Scottish Universities, except Edin- 
burgh, were founded in the fifteenth century, but the country had not 
been greatly influenced by the Revival of Learning, and although the 
earliest Reformers were in touch with continental scholars, and some 
attempts were made to introduce the New Learning into the schools 
and universities, the mediaeval scholastic tradition remained paramount 
in St. Andrews and Glasgow until the seventeenth century. Aberdeen 
was more receptive to renaissance influences. The University of 
Edinburgh originated in a College established by the Town Council in 
1583. Trinity College, Dublin, was founded by Queen Elizabeth in 
1591 on the lines of the Oxford and Cambridge colleges. 

After the Reformation a demand arose in England for education of 
a more secular type, but the Acts of Uniformity (1559 and 1662) and 
similar measures stereotyped the schools and universities as clerical 
and theological institutions, and by the latter half of the eighteenth 
century the teaching in the Universities had become mainly traditional 
and formal, and they were rapidly losing their hold on the national 
life. 

i B 



2 GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 

Readjustment to modern conditions took place in the course of the 
nineteenth century. Already in 1779 Protestant Dissenters, and in 
1791 Roman Catholics, had been emancipated from the ban against 
their following the teaching profession. The few Denominational 
tests retained by the older Universities were abolished in 1871. 
Oxford in 1800 established a system of written examinations for the 
bachelorship, and Cambridge in 1824 the classical Tripos. Soon after- 
wards both Universities instituted non-classical Honour examinations. 
The University Commissioners of 1850 and 1877 made provision at 
Oxford and Cambridge for the endowment of the teaching of modern 
subjects, and the throwing open of scholarships to students of such 
subjects removed practically all obligations to take orders in the Church 
of England, and did much to make the Universities accessible to all 
classes of the community. 

Meanwhile the foundation in 1827 on a strictly undenominational 
basis of the " University of London/' which obtained a charter in 1836 
as University College, London, provided a teaching institution of Univer- 
sity rank which was free from all restriction of tests and dared to include 
Chemistry and Engineering in its curriculum. The University of London 
received its charter at the same time and the University of Durham in 
1837. In its original conception Durham followed closely the lines of 
Oxford. It was partly endowed out of the funds of the See and Chapter 
of Durham . The Colleges in which the other English Universities origin- 
ated were founded as follows : Owens College, Manchester, 1851 ; York- 
shire College, Leeds, 1874 ; University College, Bristol, 1876 ; Firth 
College, Sheffield, 1879 ; Mason College, Birmingham, 1880 ; University 
College, Liverpool, 1881 ; the University Extension College, in con- 
junction with the Schools of Science and Art, Reading, in 1892. Created 
to minister to local needs and supported largely by local benefactions, 
they were naturally closely associated with local industries, and from 
the first laid stress upon the study of mathematical, scientific, and 
modern subjects. Reading differs from the others in having been 
established in a town of comparatively small size (population less than 
100,000), in the prominence given to work bearing on the agricultural 
and associated industries, and in its policy of making residence in college 
or hostel the rule for its students. The Royal College of Science and the 
Royal School of Mines originated m a Technical School formed in 1851 
in connexion with a Museum of Practical Geology. They, with the City 
and Guilds (Engineering) College, founded in 1881, became integral parts 
of the Imperial College of Science and Technology which was established 
in 1907 with the declared purpose of giving the highest specialized in- 
struction and providing for research in the various branches of science, 
especially in its applications to industry. 

A University of Wales was projected early in the fifteenth century, 
and the project was revived in Cromwell's time, but it did not 
materialize until 1893. The constituent colleges at Aberystwyth, 
Cardiff, Bangor, and Swansea were founded in 1872, 1883, 1884, and 
1920 respectively. They are thoroughly indigenous to the Principality, 
much of the funds having been collected in very small sums from 
workpeople at the doors of churches and chapels. 



GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 3 

The two modern Irish Universities both date from 1909. In 1850 
a Royal Charter was granted to the then recently established Queen's 
Colleges of Belfast, Cork, and Galway, constituting them a Federal 
University, which was absorbed in 1880 in the Royal University. Univer- 
sity College, Dublin, representing the Catholic University established 
by the Irish Bishops in 1854, became with the Cork and Galway Colleges 
in 1909 constituents of the National University of Ireland, while Queen's 
College, Belfast, became the Queen's University of Belfast. 

WOMEN were first admitted to Degrees by the University of London 
in 1878. Bedford College had already been founded in 1849 ; the 
three other colleges for women in connexion with the University 
of London were founded, Westfield in 1882, Holloway in 1886, and 
King's in 1902. The last was merged in King's College, London, in 1 885. 
Bang's College of Household and Social Science was founded in 1908 as 
a department of King's College for Women, and became a separate 
" School " of London University m 1928. Of the Cambridge colleges, 
Girton originated at Hitchin in 1869, and was removed to the near neigh- 
bourhood of Cambridge in 1873 ; Newnham was founded in 1880. The 
colleges at Oxford were opened, Lady Margaret in 1878, Somerville in 
1879, St. Hugh's in 1886, and St. Hilda's in 1893. Cambridge admitted 
women informally to Tripos examinations in 1872 and to the titles of 
degrees in 1923 ; in 1926 women were declared eligible to university 
teaching posts and therefore to membership of boards of faculties. 
Oxford admitted them to examinations in 1884, to degrees and full 
membership in 1920, and to university teaching posts in 1927. Women 
have been admitted to the Universities of Scotland since 1892, Durham 
since 1896, Dublin since 1904, and to all the modern Universities from 
their foundation. 

Unlike those of most other countries, the Univs. of the United 
Kingdom have been, since their origin, independent of State control* 
Another distinguishing characteristic of British Univs., as compared with 
those of the Continent of Europe, has from the earliest days been the 
provision of halls of residence, or COLLEGES, in which students live as 
members of a community, with the privileges of social intercourse and 
subject to the mutual influence which corporate life exerts. 

Pursuant to the recommendations made by the Royal Commission 
of 1919, important constitutional and other changes have been effected 
at Oxford and Cambridge by the Statutory Commissioners appointed 
in 1923. See the sections relating to these universities. 

ADMISSION AS AN UNDERGRADUATE FROM HOME AND ABROAD. See 
Appendix XXIL 

SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS. See Appendix XXII . 

The NUMBER OF FULL-TIME STUDENTS in Universities and Uni- 
versity Colleges in receipt of Treasury Grant is given in the Returns 
published by the University Grants Committee for the year 1930-31 as 
47,587, including 12,958 women. To these must be added the students 
of the Irish Universities and of certain schools of the University of 
London not in receipt of Parliamentary Grant, making a total of, 
approximately, 50,000. The above statistics do not include the students 



4 GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 

of the institutions, other than Universities and University Colleges, in 
which professional education of university grade is given in Theology, 
Teaching, Agriculture, Mining, etc. ; nor students reading privately 
for the external degrees of the University of London, for the Bar, etc. 
This makes comparison -with statistics of other countries difficult, as does 
also the fact that the work of the higher forms of many of our secondary 
and " public " schools corresponds with the earlier stages of the work 
done in Colleges and collegiate departs, of some foreign Univs., e.g. in 
America. 

A NATIONAL UNION OF STUDENTS of the Univs. and Univ. Colleges 
of England and Wales was formed in Feb. 1922 "to represent the 
students of this country nationally and internationally," and to pro- 
mote their educational and social interests in entire independence of 
all political or religious propaganda. It is a federation of Unions, 
Guilds, and Student Representative Councils. It is affiliated to the 
Confederation Internationale des tudiants (see Appendix XXVIII.), 
through which it has taken an active part in promoting foreign travel 
of English students and stimulating intercourse with students abroad. 
A particularly important Dept. is that for Exchange and Tuition Visits 
which arranges each year many hundreds of exchanges between British 
and foreign students. 

Similar National Unions exist in Canada, South Africa, Australia, 
and New Zealand, and there have been two conferences of Student 
Unions of the Empire, the first held in London and Cambridge in July 
1924, and the second in Montreal in Sept. 1929. The purpose of these 
conferences has been to discuss ways and means of practical co-operation 
among the students of the Empire and questions of general Imperial 
interest. As a result of them it is possible to arrange periodic visits of 
Debating Teams from Gt. Britain to the Dominions and vice versa, and 
among the vanous Dominions themselves. Large groups of South 
African students have visited England on three occasions, and such visits 
will probably become annual events. The formation of the Dominion 
Students' Athletic Union with headquarters in London was a direct out- 
come of the first Imperial Students' Conference, and the existence of this 
Union makes it possible to arrange the participation of Dominion Teams 
in the International University Games and to promote athletic fixtures 
between teams of Dominion Students resident in England and teams 
representing the British Universities. Pubhcatoo n ' * The*University, ' ' 
once a term, 6d. Address 3 Endsleigh Street, London, W.C.I. 

THE STUDENTS' REPRESENTATIVE COUNCILS OF SCOTLAND. The 
Students' Representative Councils of the four Scottish Univs have 
recently appointed a permanent Secretary and organized themselves 
into a National Body under the above title (S.R.C.S.). Secretary (to 
whom all communications should be sent), Charles G. Brown, 12 Golden 
Square, Aberdeen. The S.R.C.S. is a Member of the International 
Confederation of Students, annually holds an inter-University Confer- 
ence, and conducts its domestic government by means of an Executive 
Council consisting of the Senior Members of each of the Univs. 11 
maintains offices for the oxganization of student travel, reception oJ 



GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 5 

foreign students and student exchange and tuition visits. Communica- 
tions on these subjects should be addressed to " The Travel Secretary, 
S R.C. Offices, The University, Edinburgh." It also maintains what is 
called an " Honorary Academic Consulate." In almost every Univ. 
town of the world a Consul has been appointed. This individual gives 
to Scottish students and graduates a general introduction to the City 
and Univ. where he acts. The full facilities of this Consulate have now 
been given to the National Union of Students of England and Wales. 
Keeper of the Consulate Charles G. Brown (address as above). 

TERMS. The academic year is divided into three terms, which run 
from about Oct. i to the middle of Dec. ; middle of Jan. to end of 
March ; middle of April to end of first week in July. 

FEES. See under the several Universities. 

SCHOLARSHIPS Few countries offer a richer variety than England 
and Wales of facilities for access to the highest forms of education. The 
lead of the " pious founder " has been followed by city companies and 
professional bodies, and, since the Education Act of 1902 brought higher 
education within the purview of Local Authorities, by the State. The 
response to the principle which found expression in the words of Mr. 
Fisher's Education Act of 1918 that " children and young persons should 
not be debarred by inability to pay fees from receiving the benefits of 
any form of education by which they are capable of profiting " has been 
so remarkable that L.E.As. are now assisting more students to take 
courses at Univs. than they were helping to obtain Secondary education 
before the Act of 1902 was passed. From the grant-aided Secondary 
Schools of the country alone, with their 438,000 pupils (on Oct. i, 1931), 
over 214,900 of whom were free pupils, a steady stream of some 4000 
students, more than 64 per cent, of whom were previously educated in 
Public Elementary Schools, passes each year to the Univs. and Univer- 
sity Teachers' Training Departments. The number of scholarships 
available and their variety, as regards conditions of tenure, put any 
attempt to give a comprehensive list out of the question. Those in 
search of assistance should apply for their Local Education Authority's 
Scholarship Handbook.* The main agencies in England and Wales by 
which scholars are assisted to attend Univs. may be classified, in the 
order of the .probable number of awards made and the annual expendi- 
ture incurred : (i.) Local Education Authorities. The majority of awards 
are given to candidates who have done good work in College Scholar- 
ship and the Higher School Certificate Examns., though a number of 
Authorities hold examns. of their own or grant assistance upon a con- 
sideration of school records. The expenditure of L.E.As. for 1930-31 in 
aid to students at Univs. was ^287,169. (ii.) " Open "Scholarships awarded 
by the Univs. or their individual Colls. A brief notice of scholarships open 
to graduates will be found in the general information regarding each 

* Some of the Scholarship Handbooks, e.g. that published by the London 
County Council (P. S. King & Son, Ltd., 14 Gt. Smith St., Westminster, S.W.i, 
price 3d.) include a great deal of information in regard to general sources of 
assistance open to the whole country as well as assistance available for persons 
actually resident in the particular area. 



6 GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 

Univ. No particulars are readily available to show the total number 
of entrance scholarships and exhibitions awarded annually. About 550 
awards are made each year by Oxford and Cambridge, (iii ) State Scholar- 
ships. About 300 are now awarded annually by the Board of Educa- 
tion to boys and girls in full-time attendance at grant-aided Secondary 
Schools, on the recommendation of the Bodies that conduct the Higher 
Certificate Examns. The scholarships are tenable by students reading 
for an Honours degree. Analyses of these awards and the courses and 
degrees taken will be found in the statistical information published 
annually by the Board of Education. The expenditure upon State 
scholarships during the financial year ended March 3 1 , 1932, was ^83,684. 
(iv.) Leaving Scholarships and Exhibitions awarded by Endowed Schools. 
The expenditure upon such awards current m the year 1930-31 from the 
478 Endowed Schools on the grant list of the Board was ^43,600. To 
these must be added 362 Schools recognized as efficient by the Board, but 
not on the grant list, for which figures are not readily available, (v.) 
Chanties unattached to Schools, but with power to offer Exhibitions under 
their Instruments of Government. The number of educational charities 
in the country is extremely large. Information in regard to scholar- 
ships available in any particular area can usually be obtained by 
application to the L E.A. Some of the larger funds open to the whole 
country are indicated in App XXIII. Further particulars will be 
found in the Annual Chanties Register and Digest. It should be under- 
stood that assistance is often accorded from complementary sources. 
The holder of a Major Scholarship of a LEA. may, for instance, also 
hold a State Scholarship or College award, or possibly (with an upward 
limit of the total amount) all three. In Ireland conditions are similar. 
For Scholarships in Scotland, v. p 291 f. 

LIBRARIES. (See also " Libraries " under the Univs. below.) A 
Library Co-operation Inquiry Office has been established by the As- 
sociation of University Teachers with the help of a grant from the 
Carnegie United Kingdom Trustees. It endeavours to discover for 
research workers in what library, if any, any publication or MS. is 
available, and whether it can be lent. ATI inquiries must be made 
through the librarian of a university or college accompanied by a state- 
ment as to the libraries already applied to unsuccessfully. Address : 
The Information Dept., National Central Library, Malet Place, Malet 
Street, London, W.C.i. Full details of all university and college 
libraries may be found in The University and College Libraries of Great 
Britain and Ireland : a Guide to the Material Available for the Research 
Student, by L. Newcombe, Bumpus, 1927. This book gives details of 
the contents of some 300 university and college libraries, with special 
reference to those collections which are likely to be of value to the 
research student. The Association of Special Libraries and Information 
Bureaux, 16 Russell Sq., W.C.i, was established in 1925 with the help 
of a grant from the Carnegie Trustees. In 1928 the Association pub- 
lished in conjunction with the Oxford Univ. Press The Aslib Directory, 
a guide to sources of specialized information in Great Britain and Ireland. 
Price ^i : is. 



GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 7 

THE NATIONAL CENTRAL LIBRARY. Its function is to supply those 
books which the local library is unable to provide. It does not issue 
books direct to individuals, but only to the library to which they 
have access. Every endeavour is made to provide, through its system 
of Outlier Libraries, any type of educational or vocational book, 
pamphlet or periodical (costing not less than 8s., and exclusive of text- 
books for examns ), on any subject, if a copy is not in the local library. 
Advanced scholars and research students may thus obtain books and 
periodicals not accessible to them elsewhere No charge is made for 
books lent, but postage both ways must be paid by the borrowing 
library, which accepts full responsibility for the safety and return of the 
books. The address of the local library, if not known, will be supplied 
on application to The Librarian, NCL., Malet Place, Malet Street, 
London, W.C.I. 

PARLIAMENTARY GRANTS TO UNIVS. AND UNIV. COLLS. The grant 
for 1930-31 was ^1,550,000. For the current quinquennium, " subject 
to the over-riding necessities of national finance," it will be 1,800,000. 

REPRESENTATIVES IN PARLIAMENT. In U.K. Oxford (2), Cam- 
bridge (2), London (i), Birmingham, Bristol, Durham, Leeds, Liverpool, 
Manchester. Sheffield, Reading (2), Wales (i), Scottish Univs. (3), 
Belfast (i). In N. Ireland Belfast (4). In Irish Free State Dublin, 
Trin. Coll. (3), Nat. Univ. of I. (3). 

ADULT EDUCATION. University Extension Courses have been 
promoted by the Univs. of Cambridge, Oxford and London for the last 
50 years. At Cambridge they are known as local lectures and were 
initiated in 1873. Oxford and London took up the work soon after- 
wards. These courses number several hundreds and vary in length 
from 6 to 25 lectures. In 1926 the Universities Extra-mural Con- 
sultative Committee was established to consider, especially from the 
point of view of administration, the many aspects of extra-mural work 
now undertaken by the Univs., and to contribute towards the formation 
of a common policy. Each Univ. and independent Univ. Coll. of 
England and Wales is represented by one member, generally the chief 
executive officer of the Extra-mural Dept., and certain persons are 
co-opted. An Annual Report is printed giving a tabular statement of 
Univ. Extension Courses and other activities of Univ. Extra-mural 
Depts. 

In 1903 The Workers' Educational Association was founded. In 
1907 relations were established with Oxford Univ. Since that date 
relations have been established with all the Univs. and Univ. Colleges, 
and there are joint committees composed of representatives of the 
Univ. or College and the W.E.A., which promote Preparatory Classes, 
Three- Year Tutorial Classes, Advanced Classes, Vacation Courses, etc. 
Most of these classes and courses are recognized by the Board of Educa- 
tion for purposes of GRANT UNDER CHAPTER II. OF THE ADULT EDUCA- 
TION REGULATIONS. 

The Adult Education Committee was appointed by the President of 
the Board of Education, in April 1921, to promote the development 
of liberal education for adults, and in particular to bring together 



8 GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 

national organizations concerned with the provision of adult education, 
so as to secure mutual help and prevent overlapping and waste of effort , 
to further the establishment of local voluntary organizations for the 
purpose and of arrangements for co-operation with Local Education 
Authorities ; and to advise the Board of Education upon any matters 
which the Board may refer to the Committee. It has been reappomted 
by successive Presidents. It includes representatives of all Urnvs. in 
England and Wales, and of the principal voluntary organizations en- 
gaged in the work of Adult Education ; also four representatives of 
Local Education Authorities. Assessors are appointed by the Board 
of Education, the Admiralty, the Army Council, and the Air Ministry. 
Since 1921 the Committee has been engaged on many inquiries, and their 
Reports have been published by H M Stationery Office, Adastral House, 
Kmgsway, London, W C.2. The more recent are : No. 6 The Drama 
in Adult Education, (is ) No. 7 Full-time Studies (6d.) No. 8 
Natural Science in Adult Education. (6d.) No. 9 Pioneer Work and 
other Developments in Adult Education. (6d) No. 10 The Scope 
and Practice of Adult Education, (is. 6d ) 

The British Institute of Adult Education, 39 Bedford Square, 
London, W.C.I, is a central co-ordinating body on adult education, 
having at its headquarters an Information Bureau and Library of Adult 
Education. Its work includes research into problems connected with 
the movement and investigation of new methods of progress. The 
Institute arranges an Annual Conference at which are represented: 
Local Education Authorities, Universities, Voluntary Associations, and 
the Board of Education. 

Publications. Journal of Adult Education (half-yearly) ; Light and 
Sound (quarterly) ; Review of Modern Aids to Learning ; Historian's 
Scrapbook (a picture gallery of life during the nineteenth century). 

CONFERENCES. In May 1917 representatives of the Universities 
and University Colleges met in Conference to devise measures for 
the further encouragement of Post-graduate Study and Research. It 
was resolved that it was desirable that a degree should be instituted 
carrying the title of Doctor (Ph.D.), obtainable by graduates of British 
and foreign Univs. after a course of advanced study and research. The 
conditions and regulations for such a degree were further considered at 
adjourned meetings held on May 10, 1918, Jan. 24, 1919, and March 14, 
1919. Interchange of Teachers and Students, the Tenure of University 
Offices, Superannuation and Provision of Pensions, and other matters 
have been considered by Conferences specially convened at various 
times. No Conference has been held since 1929. 

COMMITTEE OF VICE-CHANCELLORS AND PRINCIPALS. In May 1918 
Mr. Balfour summoned at the Foreign Office a Conference of repre- 
sentatives of all the Universities for the purpose of putting before 
them a proposal that on the invitation of the Govt. of the U.S. a 
Universities' Mission should be sent to America. At this meeting 
Mr. Balfour took the opportunity of pressing upon the Univs. the 
desirability of establishing a representative body to which matters 
of interest to the Univs. might be referred by Govt. Departments. 



GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 9 

He urged the necessity of the creation of " an organ of expression " 
which would voice the desires and aspirations of the British XJnivs. and 
represent them in their relations with the Univs. of other nations. At 
a subsequent meeting Conference resolved that " it is desirable in the 
interests of the Univs. and of the nation that steps be taken to promote 
co-operation and mutual consultation among the Univs. of Great Britain 
and Ireland, and, further, that the Vice-Chancellor or Principal of each 
Univ. or a deputy appointed by him, together with the Executive 
Committee of the Universities Bureau, be appointed a ' Standing 
Committee ' to consider any matters of common interest arising out of 
the proceedings of this Conference or submitted to it by the Govt., and 
to report from time to time to the Conference." 

The Standing Committee of Vice-Chancellors dealt with a number of 
subjects of common interest to the Univs , which are mentioned in 
previous issues of the Yearbook. 

In 1929 the Standing Committee of Vice-Chancellors was dissolved 
and an Advisory Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals was 
established in its place, the members of which are appointed by the 
several Universities and by one of the three University Colleges in 
rotation. 

In 1931-32 the subjects discussed were : The economy proposals of 
Government so far as they affected the Universities ; Deductions of 
Income-Tax from Superannuation Payments ; Supplemental Charter 
for the Institute of Chemistry ; the Palestine Matriculation Certificate ; 
Reciprocal arrangements in connexion with the five Bourses granted by 
the French Government ; the Consultative Council of University and 
School Teachers ; Co-operation of University Libraries with the 
National Central Library ; Supervision of Colonial Students ; Recruit- 
ment of Graduates for Local Government Services ; Report of the 
Committee of the Economic Advisory Council on the Education and 
Supply of Biologists ; the National Union of Students Exchange and 
Tuition Visits Department ; Supply of Returns to the Department of 
Scientific and Industrial Research regarding the Employment of Science 
Graduates; Distribution of a list of Publications regarding Study 
Abroad, Holiday Courses, and International Scholarships ; Dates of 
University Appointments ; Legislation penalising the false assumption 
of degrees ; Additional Payments to Teachers with Good Honours 
Degrees ; Import Duties ; Differentiation between Home and Foreign 
Students in respect of Fees and Admission ; Indians at the Universities ; 
Allocation of German Scholarship Holders amongst the Universities ; 
Publicity in respect of Facilities for Research ; Hospitality to Foreign 
Professors ; Exchange of Professors with Belgium and Holland. 



CONGRESSES OF THE UNIVERSITIES OF THE EMPIRE 

The FIRST CONGRESS of the Univs. of the Empire was held in London 
on July 2 to 5, 1912. All the Universities of the Empire were repre- 
sented. The SECOND CONGRESS of the Univs. of the Empire met in 
Oxford on July 5 to 8, 1921, and the THIRD CONGRESS was held in 



io GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 

Cambridge on July 13 to 16, 1926. For particulars as to the papers 
read, etc., see the Yearbook for 1930. 

Reports of the Proceedings of the Congress, 1912, 1921, 1926, G. Bell 
& Sons, London, price now reduced to 73. 6d. net each. 

The FOURTH CONGRESS of the Univs. of the Empire was held in 
Edinburgh from July 7 to io, 1931. Delegates from sixty-nine Empire 
Universities were present, as well as a number of representatives from 
Univs., Univ. Colls., Government Depts., Royal Societies, and other 
British and foreign institutions. H.RH. The Prince of Wales, as 
President, formally opened the proceedings of Congress on 3rd July at the 
Guildhall in the City of London. His speech, the opening addresses, 
and a full report of the discussions and of the business proceedings are 
printed in the Report of the Proceedings of Congress, published by 
G. Bell & Sons, 1931, price 2 is. 

DEGREES CONFERRED BY THE UNIVERSITIES OF GREAT BRITAIN 
AND IRELAND 

The older Universities have developed out of the Univs of the Middle 
Ages under the compulsion of internal forces, with very httle influence 
from outside. The historical continuity of their evolution and their 
individual independence account for certain customs and usages in 
which they differ one from another and from Univs in other lands. 
Their titles of degrees afford an illustration of this. A Univ. of the 
Middle Ages was a Guild of learned men. Teaching was the craft 
of the Guild, whose fellowship carried with it the right to teach. An 
admitted aspirant for fellowship was termed a bachelor. The members 
of the Guild recognized his apprenticeship after submitting him to 
certain tests or, as we should term them, examns. After gaining 
some experience in teaching, and successfully maintaining a thesis 
in public disputation, the bachelor attained to his degree. Admitted 
into the Guild, with its jus ubique docendi, he was known indifferently 
as doctor, master, or professor. Still following this ancient usage, 
the degree in Scotland is the mastership, M.A. In Oxford, Cambridge, 
and Dublin, where the examn. for the bachelorship grew to be the 
determining test, the mastership, which carries with it all the privileges 
of membership of the Guild, or Senate, follows without further examn. 
after an interval of two or three years, but in no case less than six 
years from matricn For convenience in standardizing the attainments 
of their alumni, modern Univs. have divided the degree into stages 
usually described as the " first " and " higher " degrees Bachelorship, 
Mastership, and Doctorate. The conferment of a first degree now 
marks the satisfactory completion of a three or four years' Univ. 
course. 

At Oxford and Cambridge the Faculty of Arts is not subdivided. 
B.A. is the " first degree/' whether the course leading to it be literary 
or scientific. In Trinity College, Dublin, a B.Sc. course, including no 
classical language, was introduced in 1926, but it is expected that most 
Science students will continue to take the B.A., which remains the 



GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND n 

primary degree, and must be obtained before proceeding to any other 
degree except Mus.B,, Mus.D., B.Sc. and Ph.D. At Cambridge there 
is no B.Sc. At Oxford the B.Litt. and B.Sc. are awarded for special 
study and research, like the M.Litt. and M.Sc. of Cambridge. At 
St. Andrews the B.Phil, or the BXitt. may be taken either conjointly 
with, or after, the M.A. 

At all other Univs. a course in Arts leads to the B.A. (in Scotland, 
M.A.), in Science to the B.Sc., in Commerce to the B.Com., and similarly 
to other titles in other departments of knowledge. 

Each of .the Faculties of Theology, Law, Medicine, and Music has 
its own bachelor's degree. 

The signatures of the titles of degrees vary. In the following list 
the more usual signature is placed first : 

Bachelor of Arts : B.A. ; B.A. (Administration) Manchester ; B.A. 
(Commerce) Manchester. 

Bachelor of Science : B.Sc. 

Bachelor of Science in its various applications : B.Sc. (Engineering), 
B.Eng. Liv., ShefL; B.A.I. Dub.; B.Sc. (Metallurgy), B.Met. ShefL; B.Sc. 
(Mining), B.Sc. (Mining Engineering) Glas. ; B.Sc. Tech. ; B.Sc. (Applied 
Chemistry) , B.Sc. (Naval Architecture) ; B.Sc. (Veterinary Science), 
B.V.Sc, Liv. ; B.Sc.Agr., B.Agr. Bris., Belf., Agr.B. Dub., B.Agr.Sc. 
N.U.L ; B Sc. (Architecture) Glas ; B.Sc. (Forestry), Agr.B. (Forestry) 
Dub. ; B.Sc. (Household and Social Sci.) London ; B.Sc (Estate Manage- 
ment) ; B.Sc. (Dairying) Reading ; B.Sc. (Economics) ; B.Sc. (Com- 
merce) London ; B.Sc. (Horticulture) London and Reading ; B.Sc. 
(Public Health), B.Hy. Durh. ; B.Sc. (Pharmacy) Glas.; B.Sc. (Textile 
Technology) Belfast. 

Bachelor of Commerce : B.Com. or B.Comm., B.Com. Sc Belf. 

Bachelor of Agricultural Science : B.Agr.Sc. N.U.I. 

Bachelor of Architecture : B.Arch. 

Bachelor of Dental Science : B.D.S., B.Ch.D. Leeds, B.Dent.Sc. Dub. 

Bachelor of Education : B.Ed, or Ed.B. (of the Scottish Univs., two 
years after a first degree). 

Bachelor of Literature : B.Litt. (St. Andrews and Oxford). 
Bachelor of Pharmacy : B.Pharm. (London, 3 yrs.' course). 
Bachelor of Philosophy : B Phil. (St. Andrews). 
Bachelor of Technology : B.Tech. (Wales). 

In Theology the title of the first degree is B.D, In Law it is LL.B.. 
B.C.L. Ox. Durh., B.L. or (open only to graduates in Arts) LL.B. the 
Scottish Univs. In Medicine the signature of the title is M.B., 
B.M. Ox. ; in Surgery, Ch.B., B.Chir. Camb., B.Ch. Dub. Ox. Wales, 
Belf., B.S. Durh. Lond. ; in Obstetrics, B.A.O. Belf. Dub. N.U.I. In 
Music, Mus B., B.Mus. Birm. Durh. Ox. Wales. 

The Primate's Degrees : Under powers conferred before the Ref orma- 



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tion by the Pope, the Primate has the right to confer degrees. In 
recent years he has, on an average, conferred annually two doctorates. 

Honours Degrees 

In all Univs. of the United Kingdom the first degree in Arts (or 
Science, if a separate faculty) may be obtained as an ordinary degree, 
or with Honours. 

At Oxford the Honours Schools (B.A.) are in Literae Humaniores, 
Mathematics, Natural Science (including Engineering), Jurisprudence, 
Modern History, Theology, Oriental Studies, English Language and 
Literature, Modern European Languages, and Philos., Politics and 
Economics. 

At Cambridge (Tnposes), in Anthropology, Classics, Economics, 
English, Geography, History, Law (B.A. and LL.B.), Mathematics, 
Mechanical Science, Modern and Mediaeval Languages, Oriental Lan- 
guages, Moral Science, Natural Science, Theology. 

In Scotland : M.A. Hons. in Celtic, Classics, Econ. Science, English 
(Aberdeen, Geography), History (St. Andrews, History and English), 
French, German, Italian, Spanish, or Celtic, Mathematics and Natural 
Philosophy, Mental Philosophy, Modern Languages (St. Andrews, 
Natural Science, Maths, and Physical Science, Philosophy), Sanskrit, 
Semitic Languages ; B Sc. Hons. in various branches of Science. 

At Dublin (Moderatorships), in Mathematics, Classics, Mental and 
Moral Philosophy, Experimental Science, Natural Science, History and 
Political Science, Modern Literature, Legal and Political Science, 
Engineering Science, Celtic Languages, Oriental Languages. 

At London, B.A. Hons. in Classics, Latin, Greek, Mathematics, 
Anthropology, Archaeology, English, French, German, Celtic, Italian, 
Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Scandinavian Langs., Russian, Polish, 
Czech and Slovak, Serbo-Croat and Slovene, Indo-Aryan, Arabic, 
Persian, Hebrew and Aramaic (including Syriac), Chinese, Philosophy, 
Psychology, History, Sociology, Geography; B.Sc. (Special), Mathe- 
matics, Astronomy, Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Botany, Zoology, 
Physiology, Human Anatomy and Morphology, Psychology, Anthro- 
pology, Statistics; B.Sc. (General) three subjects; B.Sc. Hons. 
(Economics) ; B.Sc. Hons. (Engineering) ; B.Sc. Hons. (Mining) ; B.Sc. 
Hons. (Metallurgy) ; B.D. Hons. ; LL.B. Hons. ; M.B., B.S. Hons. : 
B.D.S. Hons. 

In other Univs. Honours are obtainable in a variety of subjects. 

Recognition of Study at other Universities 

UNDERGRADUATES. The Univs. of Bristol and Leeds accept attend- 
ance for i yr at any Univ. requiring residence as a qualification for a 
degree. At London any person who has passed the external Inter- 
mediate examn. before registering as an Internal student may take the 
Final Examn. after a 2 yrs.' course and qualify for a degree in the 
subsequent year. At Oxford members of certain Affiliated Colleges 
of the United Kingdom, and of certain approved home, colonial, 
and Indian Univs., who have attended lectures for at least 2 yrs. and 



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L' 

attained a prescribed standard, are allowed to count the first term 
kept by residence as the fourth. At Cambridge a similar privilege is 
allowed to certain classes of students. At Dublin, students who have 
spent 2 yrs. in Arts studies at certain Univs. and have passed the 
examns. belonging to that period are given credit for the first academic 
year. At Durham a similar concession is made to students of science/ 
In the Scottish and certain other Univs, attendance at lectures and. 
examns. passed in other Univs. may be recognized by the Board 
of Studies, or Senate, after consideration of each case. For details,! 
see Appendix XXII. 

GRADUATES. The remission to graduates of any other approved 
University of 2 yrs. of the 4 yrs.' course is made by the Univ. of Dublin, 
of i yr. of the 3 yrs.' course by Bristol, London, and Sheffield, and the 
N.U.I. Similar remissions are made by Oxford and Cambridge ; see their 1 
respective sections. At Oxford, graduates of a home Univ. and others, 
who can satisfy the Education Committee that they have received a good 
general education, are eligible to apply for admission to an approved 
course of special study and research for the degree of B.Iitt. or B.Sc., 
and, if successful, may supplicate for the degree after completing 2 yrs. 
of residence. At Cambridge graduates suitably qualified are admitted 
as Research students and may, after the satisfactory completion of a 
2 yrs/ course and the submission of a dissertation, obtain the degree 
of M.Litt. or M.Sc. At Dublin a graduate of any approved Univ. who 
possesses a degree the equivalent of Moderatorship may, after i yr. of 
advanced study and research, present himself for examn. for the 
degree of M.Sc. Certain Univs. which have not adopted ordinances 
to that intent are prepared to consider applications from graduates of 
other Univs. who desire to read for higher degrees for remission of 
standing or exemption from examinations. 

Higher Degrees 

M.A. At Cambridge a Bachelor of Arts may, without further 
examn., proceed to the M.A. at the close of the 6th yr. after the end 
of his first term ; at Oxford in the twenty-first term after matriculation ; 
at Dublin 3 yrs. after passing the B.A. examn. At Durham and 
Sheffield graduates in Honours (Durham ist or 2nd class) of 3 yrs.' 
and i yr.'s standing respectively are admitted to the M.A. without 
examn. ; other graduates must pass the M A. examn. or (Sheffield) 
present a thesis. Other Univs. exact a further period of study from their 
own graduates, followed by the presentation of a thesis, or an examn., 
or both, of i yr. at Birmingham, Leeds, Belfast, and the N.U.L ; of i yr. 
from graduates with Honours, and 2 yrs. from others, at Bristol, 
Manchester, and Wales ; of 2 years from all graduates at Liverpool, 
London, and Reading. Graduates of approved Univs. can obtain the 
Mastership after i yr. of advanced study and research at Birm. and the 
N.U.L ; after 2 yrs. at Bris., Leeds, Liv., Lond., Mane., Reading 
(thesis required), Sheff., Wales. At London a thesis is required from 
Internal students in all branches, except Mathematics, in which it is 
optional, and an examn. At Leeds, Liverpool, and Manchester persons 



14 GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 

who have not graduated can obtain the M.A. degree after a course of 
advanced study and research extending, usually, over 3 years. 

M.Sc. this degree is not conferred by Oxford or any of the 
Scottish Univs. At other Univs. it can be obtained by graduates of 
the Univ. under conditions similar to those for the M.A. At Durham, 
by graduates, B.Sc., of 2 yes.' (Sheffield i yr/s) standing who took first 
or second class Honours, without further test. At Leeds, by graduates, 
B.Sc., with Honours, of i yr.'s standing (other Bachelors of any Faculty 
of 2 yrs.' standing), after research (thesis required). At Liverpool, 
by graduates, B.Sc., with Honours, after i yr/s higher study (thesis re- 
quired) . At London, by Internal students of i yr. *s or 2 yrs. ', by External 
students of i yr.'s standing from B Sc. with thesis (optional in Mathe- 
matics) and examn. At Manchester, by graduates, B.Sc., of i yr.'s 
standing after thesis and examn. (at the discretion of the Faculty). 
At Cambridge the degree is conferred upon Research students. In 
other Univs which confer the degree, graduates of approved Univs. can 
obtain the M.Sc on terms similar to those for the M.A. ; at Durh. or 
Reading, after 2 yrs.' advanced study in the Univ. 

Other titles of Mastership conferred by various Univs. M.Litt., 
M.Com., LL.M., M.Mus , M.A.O. (Midwifery), M Ch , Ch.M., M.Ch.Orth. 
(Orthopedic Surgery), M.D.S. (Dental Surgery), M.V.Sc., M.H. 
(Hygiene), M.Eng., M.Sc.Tech , M.Met., M.Arch , M.Ed. 

Ph.D. All the Univs. of the United Kingdom now confer the degree 
of Philosophise Doctor Candidates entering upon a course of advanced 
study and research for this degree must be at least 21 (Oxford, 
Camb., Brist , L'pool, Durh., Wales, Reading, St. Andrews, Dub. 
no minimum age) ; must ordinarily be graduates either of the Univ. 
or of some other approved Univ. ; must have pursued their studies 
at a Univ. or Univs. for a period of at least 3 yrs. (London 2, Reading 
and Dublin not specified) ; must produce evidence of fitness for the 
proposed course of study and research. The course for the degree 
extends ordinarily over at least 2 years (Cambridge, Reading, Aberd., 
Glas., St. And. and N.U.I. 3 years). At its termination the student 
must submit a dissertation and may be required to qualify also by 
examn. The degree is granted in any faculty in which the Univ. is 
prepared to receive advanced students. 

A candidate for the degree of Ph.D., as an External student of the 
Univ. of London, must have graduated in the Faculty of Theology, 
Arts, Music, Science, Engineering, or Economics in this University 
not less than 2 academic yrs. previously. 

Litt.D. and Sc.D. The Doctorate in Letters or in Science is con- 
ferred upon Masters of Arts or Science (Wales and Dublin, Bachelors 
or Masters) distinguished by their contributions to the advancement 
of learning or science. The claim to the degree must be based either 
upon a special thesis, as at London, or upon published works. In 
certain Univs. the Faculty may require the applicant to appear for 
examn. An applicant for the Doctorate must be of 3 yrs.' standing 
from graduation at Dublin, Bell (for D.Sc.), N.U.L (for D.Sc. Pub. 



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Health) ; 4 yrs.' at Manchester, London (for D.Sc. and External D.Lit.) ; 
5 yrs.' at Birmingham, Sheffield, N.U.I, (for D.Litt., D.Litt. Celt., D.Sc.), 
and the Scottish Univs. ; 6 yrs.' at Belfast (for D.Lit.), Durham (for 
D.Sc.), Leeds, Liverpool (5 yrs. from M.A. or, for D.Sc., from M.Sc. 
or Ph.D ), Bristol, Reading (4 yrs. from M.A. or M.Sc., 3 yrs. from Ph.D.) ; 

5 yrs. from M.A , LL.M., M.Chir., M.Litt , M.Sc. or Ph.D., or 7 yrs. 
from M.B. at Cambridge ; 7 yrs.' at Oxford, London (for Internal 
D.Lit.) ; 10 yrs.', Univ. of Wales (3 yrs. from M.A., 2 yrs. from Ph.D.), 
Durham (for Litt.D.). 

Graduates of other Univs. who have been admitted to the degree 
of M.A. or M.Sc. (Oxford M.A., B.Sc., or B.Litt. ; Dub. B.A.) can pro- 
ceed to the Litt.D. or Sc.D. under the prescribed regulations. In 
Scotland Honours graduates of approved Univs. of 5 yrs.' standing, 
who have spent the equivalent (4 terms) of two winter sessions in 
research at a Scottish Univ., have submitted a satisfactory thesis or 
published work, and have, if required, passed an examn., are admitted 
to the Doctorate. At Bristol the degree of D.Sc. can be obtained 
without previous admission to the M.Sc. At London a candidate for 
the Doctorate may be specially exempted from the examn. for M.A. 
or M Sc. ; at Manchester, from the examn. for M.Sc. 

D.Hy. (Durh.) 2 yrs. from B.Hy. ; examn , thesis. 

Degrees in Divinity 

S.D. is conferred after examn. in the Scottish Univs. and the Univs. 
of Durham, London, Manchester, and Wales ; after examn. and sub- 
mission of a thesis at Dublin ; after examn. and the submission of a 
dissertation and published works at Cambridge (examn. may be omitted) 
and at Oxford. At London the course must extend over 3 yrs., sub- 
sequent to matriculation. In Scotland a candidate must be M.A. of 
a Scottish Univ. who has taken a theological course in a specially 
recognized institution, or a graduate of an approved Univ. who has 
taken a complete theological course of at least 2 yrs. in the Univ. 
conferring the degree ; at Dublin, a B.A. of 3 yrs.' standing ; at Durham, 
he must be a man who is either a graduate of 2 yrs.' standing or the 
holder of the Diploma in Theology ; in Wales, a graduate who, sub- 
sequent to graduation, has studied for 3 yrs. at one of the Associated 
Theol. Colls of the Univ. ; at Cambridge, a candidate must be M.A. 
or LL.M., and cannot be admitted to the degree until he is seven years 
from the Master's degree ; at Oxford, a candidate must be a M.A. or 
must be 26 yrs. of age, have followed a course of study in Christian 
Theology extending over 6 terms, and resided at the Univ. during 

6 terms. 

D.D. In Scotland the degree is conferred honoris causa tantum. 
At London it is conferred upon B.D/s who took Honours in at least 
one subject, on presentation of a dissertation, followed by an examn., 
if the examiners so desire. At other Univs. it is conferred in considera- 
tion of published works, or a dissertation (and, at Oxford, a viva voce 
examn., if the judges so desire). The requisite standing is, at Cam- 



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bridge and London, 5 yrs. from B.D. (or, for a Cambridge B.D., 12 
yrs. from M.A.) ; Dublin, 8 yrs. from B A. ; Durham, 10 yrs. from 
B.A. ; Manchester, 4 yrs. from B.D. (or 6 yrs. for B D. J s of other 
Univs. who have studied for 2 yrs. at Manchester) ; Oxford, 14 yrs. 
from matncn , or, if he was admitted to the degree of B.D. as a 
graduate of another Univ., the candidate must have attained the 
age of 33 ; Wales, 6 yrs. from B.D. 

Degrees in Medicine and Surgery 

M.B. t Ch.B. The regulations for these degrees are practically 
uniform. Preliminary examinations satisfying the requirements of 
the General Medical Council (see Appendix XI.). Registration as a 
medical student by the G.M.C. is recommended. Satisfactory attend- 
ance during at least 5 yrs. at courses of study and hospital practice. 
Four examns (in some Univs. grouped as three or two). All examns. 
must be passed at the Univ. granting the degree, with the exception 
of the first, in Chemistry, Physics, and Biology (and, at St. Andrews, 
the second in Anatomy and Physiology), from which a candidate 
may be exempted if he has passed an equivalent examn at the Univ., 
or elsewhere (Scottish Univs., Birmingham, Bristol, Dublin for S. 
African students only, Durham, London, Oxford Senior Students, 
Sheffield). Study in the Univ. for at least 3 yrs., except for the 
degrees as an External student of the Univ. of London, who must 
study for i yr. in a Univ of the United Kingdom ; or for 2 yrs., Scottish 
Univs., Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester; for i yr. College of Medicine, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne (Durham). The Univs. of Oxford and Cambridge 
exact 3 yrs ' residence, but allow students to do any or all of their 
medical work at other recognized medical schools. At Oxford, Dublin, 
Univ. of Wales, candidates must graduate B.A. (or B.Sc., Wales) 
before admission to a medical degree. 

M.D. Candidates must be M.B., Ch.B. of, usually, 2 yrs.' standing 
(Oxford, 10 yrs. from matriculation ; Cambridge, M.B. of 3 yrs/, or 
M.A. of 4 yrs/ standing ; Leeds, ShefL, M.B., i yr/s standing ; Belf., 
M.B. 3 yrs., B.A. or B.Sc. with M.B, 2 yrs. ; Dublin, of M.A. standing). 
A dissertation is compulsory in almost all Univs., followed by an 
examn., unless the examiners pronounce the dissertation to be of such 
merit as to render further examn. unnecessary. 

Ch.M . Regulations similar to those for M.D. 

D.Ch. (Durh.). Candidate must have devoted, subsequently to 
having obtained a registrable qualification, 3 yrs. (including one at 
least in the Univ. and 6 months at least abroad) to the study of Surgery 
and ancillary subjects. 

Degrees in Dentistry, in Pharmacy (London, Manchester, Glasgow), 
and in Veterinary Science are obtainable under somewhat similar con- 
ditions. 

Degrees in Law 

LL.B. (or B.C.L.), obtainable with Honours or as an ordinary 
degree. In the Scottish Univs. candidates must have graduated 



GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 17 

M.A. ; at Dublin, Durham (B.CX. and LL.B.), National University 
of Ireland, B.A. For B.CX. at Durham candidates must be of 2 yrs.' 
standing from B.A. ; for LL.B. the course is 3 yrs. for a candidate of 
Intermediate grade in Arts or Science. In Wales the course extends 
over 3 yrs. for a pass degree and 4 yrs. for an Honours degree. At 
Belfast graduates of this or of some other Univ. are eligible for the 
degree after a 2 yrs.' course in Law ; at Oxford, after a 2 yrs.' course, 
if they obtain Honours in the B.C.L. examination. At Sheffield a 
graduate of a Univ. of the United Kingdom who has attended for i 
yr. the intermediate course and for i yr. the Final course in Law and 
for 2 yrs. studied in a recognized institution, may be a candidate for 
the degree. In the majority of Univs. there are two examns.. Inter- 
mediate and Final. For B.L. v, Scottish Univs. 

LL.M. Cambridge, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Sheffield, 
Wales. By standing for graduates in Law with Honours, except at 
Leeds and Mane., where a dissertation must be presented. For others, 
after examn. or (Camb.) dissertation, or both (Wales). Liverpool 
requires 2 yrs. of approved study. 

LL.D . (or D . C.L.) . By the Scottish Univs. the Doctorate is awarded 
only honoris causa tantum. Other Univs., unless the degree be awarded 
honoris causa, require the submission of a thesis, dissertation, or pub- 
lished works, and may require attendance at an examn. ; in Dublin 
a candidate may elect to undergo examn. in lieu of offering a thesis, etc. 
The requisite standing for the Doctorate is, at London, 2 yrs. from 
Honours LL B. ; Bell, 3 yrs. from LL.B. if thesis ; Dublin, 3 yrs. from 
B.A. of Dub., Ox., or Camb. ; Manchester, 4 yrs from LL.B. ; National 
Univ. of Ireland and Sheffield, 5 yrs. from LL.B. ; Oxford (D.C.L.), 
5 yrs. from B.C.L. ; Cambridge, 8 yrs. from first degree ; Liverpool, 
5 yrs. from LL.M. ; Leeds, 6 yrs. from LL.B. ; Durham (D.C.L ) and 
Wales, 10 yrs. from graduation or 3 yrs. from LL.M. 

Degrees in Music 

The degrees of Mus.B. (or B.Mus.) and Mus.D. (or D.Mus.) are 
conferred by the Univs. of Cambridge, Dublin, Durham, Edinburgh, 
London, Manchester, N.U.I., Oxford, Wales ; B.Mus. and M.Mus. Bir- 
mingham ; Mus.M. Cambridge and M.Mus. Wales. 

Mus.B. At Birmingham, Cambridge, Dublin, Edinburgh, London, 
Mane., N.U.I., and Wales, students must pass the same Entrance examn. 
(Matriculation, Previous, or Preliminary) as students in Arts; with, 
at Birmingham, where the degree is an Honours degree, an examn. in 
theory and in execution. At Durham they are admitted on a testamur 
as Students of Music. At Oxford they must pass Responsions. In 
Wales a student must attend an intermediate class in Arts or Science 
in addition to the Music course. Residence is not obligatory at London, 
Dublin, or Durham. At Edinburgh students must study Music in the 
Univ. for one whole winter session. As a rule, the course extends over 
3 yrs, with two, or three, examns., including an. exercise for the Final 
examn. 



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Mus.M. Conferred 3 yrs. (Wales 2 yrs.) after the Mus.B for 
original work and dissertation (Birmingham), after examn. and exercise 
(Cambridge, Wales). 

Mus.D. Conferred at Cambridge on graduates not less than 30 yrs. 
of age, in recognition of distinction as Composer ; in Wales (D Mus.) 
on B.Mus. of 10 yrs/ or M.Mus. of 3 yrs. f standing on consideration of 
original compositions ; at Edinburgh on Mus B.'s of 3 yrs/ standing, 
after examn. as Composer, Executant, or Theorist or Historian (Disserta- 
tion), and also honons causa tantum ; at Dublin on Mus.B/s after 
further examn. or practical test ; at London on Mus.B/s of 2 yrs/ 
standing, Oxford 3 yrs ', Manchester 4 yrs/, Durham and N.U I. 
5 yrs/, after exercise and examn. 



UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM 

VISITOR H.M. THE KING. 

CHANCELLOR THE VISCOUNT CECIL OF CHELWOOD, M.A , D C L 

LL.D., K.C. 
PRO -CHANCELLOR Sir GILBERT BARLING, Bart., C.B., C.B.E. 

F.R.C.S. 

DEPUTY-PRO-CHANCELLOR JOHN HENRY LLOYD, M.A. 
TREASURER E. P. BEALE, M.A. 
VICE-CHANCELLOR AND PRINCIPAL Sir CHARLES GRANT ROBERTSON 

C V.O , M.A. Oxford, LL.D. Edin. and Glas. 
VICE-PRINCIPAL Prof. E. DE SELINCOURT, M.A, D.Litt., LL.D. 

F.B.A. 

DEANS OF FACULTIES. See under " General Information," Faculties. 
REGISTRAR D. J. CAMERON, M.A. Ox. and Edin. 
SECRETARY C. G. BURTON, M.Com 
LIBRARIAN W. BONSER, B A., Ph D. Lond 

SENIOR TUTOR TO WOMEN STUDENTS JANE J. MILNE, M.A., D.Litt. 
DIRECTOR OF EXTRA-MURAL STUDIES B. I. MACALPINE, M A. Ox 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

Accounting and Administration Botany 

Cousins, D., B.Com., A.C.A. StileSj w f M A f Sc D Camb., 

Reader F.R.S., F.L.S. Mason Prof 

Anatomy [Prof. L eac n, W., Ph D., M Sc. Mane. 

Lockhart, R. D., M.D., Ch.M. Lectr 

Payton, C. G., M.D Ch.B. Chesters, C. G. C , M.Sc., B.Sc". 

Lectr. in Regional Anat. Glas Lectr 

and Sr. Demr. Isaac Wi E Ph>IX Wales 

Barber, A. H., M A , M B., Ch.B. Asst Lectr 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. r Temp. Asst. Lectr. 
Lectrs. in App. Anat. : 

Rose, Baron T., B.Sc., M.B., Malting and Brewing and other 

Ch.M., F.R.C.S Industrial Fermentation Pro- 

Barnie-Adshead, W. E., B.Sc., cesses 

M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S. Hopkins R. H. D.Sc., F.I.C. 

Maguire, C. C. W., M.D., M.R.C.P. * Adrian Brown Prol 

Demrs. : Norris, F. W., B.Sc., Ph.D. Lond., 

Donovan, H., M.B., Ch.B., A.I.C. Lectr. 

F.R.C.S. 

Barnie-Adshead, W. E., B.Sc., Chemistry 

M.B , Ch.B., F.R.C.S. Haworth, W. N., D.Sc. Mane., 

Wesson, A. S , M.D , M.R.C.P Ph.D. G6tt., M.Sc., F.R.S. 

2 Pt.-time Demrs. Mason Prof 



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Carter. S. R., D.Sc., F.I.C. 

Sr. Lectr. in Physical C. 
Lectrs. : 

Wardlaw, W., D.Sc. Durh., F.I.C. 
Wood, C. E. f M.Sc., A I.e. 
Nicholas, S. D., B.A. Ox., A.I.C 
Cooper, E. Ashley, D Sc Lond. f 

A.R C.S., F I.C. 

Hnkard, F. W., M Sc Wales, A.LC. 
Hirst, E. L., D.Sc., M A. St. And 
Hickinbottom, W. J., D.Sc., Ph D., 

A.LC. 

Cox, E. Gordon, B.Sc. Bristol 
Porter, C. R., Ph.D. Lond. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Classics 

Thomson, J. Oliver, O.B.E., M A, 
Birm. and Aberd., B.A. Camb. 
Prof (Latin). 
Dodds, E. R., B.A. Ox., M.A. 

Prof. (Greek). 

Hirst, Margaret E , M.A. Birm. 
and Camb. Lectr. 

Austin, R. P., B.A. Lond Lectr. 
MacNeice, F. L., B.A. Ox. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Commerce, v. also Ace., Fin. 
Florence, P. Sargant, M.Com , 
M A. Camb , Ph D. Columb. 

Prof. 

Commercial Law [Prof. 

Goitein, H., M.Com., LL.D. Lond. 

Dentistry, v. infra 

Education 
Valentine, C. W., M.A., M.A. 

Camb., D.Phil. St. And. 

(supervisor of Students in 

PsychoL in Fac. of Sc.) Prof. 
Braddock, A. P., M.A., B.Sc. 

Lond., Hd, of Men's Divn. 
Hammond, Mar j one, M.A. Camb., 

B A. Dub., Hd of Women's 

Divn. 

Lectrs. : 

Chapman, A. E , M.A Camb 
Austin, Frances M,, M.Sc. (Second- 
ary Dept.). 



Buchanan, Freda M., M.A. Edin. 
Poulton, Ethel M., M.Sc., D. es 

Sc Geneva. 

Simpson, Lilian E., B.A. 
Cull, E. C., B.Sc. Lond. 
Stewart, Dorothy W.,Mus.D Edin. 
Haddelsey, Munel E., Bergman 

Osterberg Phy. Tg. Coll. 
James, B. C. L., M.A. Ox. 
Sturt, Mary, Ph.D., M.A. Ox. 
Tait, Elizabeth W , M A Edm. 
Fisk, Ethel, B.A. Camb. 
Thorburn, A., M A Edin. 
Bayley, Chnstabel. 

Asst. Lectrs. : 
Weitzman, Sophia, M.A, Ph.D. 

Mane, 
MacFarlane, Nancy A., M.A. Ox 

Medical Officers : 
Jordan, W. R., M.D. 
Braid, Frances, M.D. 

Engineering, Civil 
Batho, C., M.Sc., B Eng. Liv., D.Sc. 

McGill, M I.C.E. BealeProf. 
Panton, R. C., M Sc., M.A., B.A.I. 

Dub. Lectr. (Part-time). 

Veal, T. H. P., B.Sc. Bnst. Lectr. 
Coultas, H. W., B.Sc. Leeds, 

M.Sc. Lectr. 

Bateman, E. H, M.A Camb., 

B.Sc.Eng. Lond. Lectr. 

Haywood, W., F.R.I.B.A. (Town 

Planning) Lectr. 

Engineering, Electrical 
Cramp, W., D.Sc., M.Sc. Tech. 
Mane., M Sc., M I.E.E. Prof, 
Lectrs. * 

Kipps, E. J., M.Sc., M.I.E.E. 
Sims, L. G. A., Ph.D., M.Sc. 
McElwee, N. M., B Sc. (Mining 
Elec. Eng.) Lectr. 

Havekin, T., B.Sc. Mane. Lectr. 

Engineering, Mechanical 
Lees, S., M.A. Camb., M Sc. 

Chance Prof. 

Porter, R. C., M.Sc. Viet , M.I.M.E. 
Lectr. 



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Boden, F. H., B Sc. (Machine 
Design) Lectr. 

Ellis, S. J., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Sandifer, D. A. N., B.Sc. Lond., 
M.Sc. (Machine Design) Lectr. 

English [Prof. 

De Selincourt, E., M.A., D.Litt. 

Ox., LL.D. Edin., F B.A. 
Hughes, A. M. D., M A. Ox. 

Reader. 

Maitiand-Smith, Isabella J., M.A. 

Aberd., B.A. Ox. Lectr. 

Milner-Barry, Alda, M.A. Birm. 

and Camb. Lectr. 

Buchanan, Freda M., M.A. Edin. 

Lectr. 

Waterhouse, J. F., M.A. Ox. Lectr. 
Dodds, Mrs. A. E., M.A. Ox. 

Pt.-time Lectr. 

MacFarlane, Nancy A , M.A. Ox. 
Asst. Lectr. 

Finance [Mitsui Prof. 

Smith, J. G., M.Com., M.A. Dub. 
Court, W. H. B., M.A. Camb., 
M.A. Harv. 

Lectr. in Econ. Hist. 
Walker, G. J., B A. Ox. 

Asst. Lectr. in Econ. 
French 

Ritchie, R. L. Graeme, M.A., 

DXitt. Aberd., D. de 1'U. 

Paris, O.A. Pro! 

Milne, Jane J., M.A. Edin., D.Litt. 

Lectr. 

Bisson, L. A., M.A. Ox. Lectr. 
Tait, Elizabeth W., M.A. Edin. 

Lectr. 

Asst. Lectrs. : 
Walton, T., M.A. Mane., L. es L., 

D. de ru. Paris. 
Gemahling, J., L. es L. Paris 

Asst. in Colloq. French. 
Geography, v. also Educn. 
Kinvig, R. H., M.A. Liv. Reader. 

Lectrs. : 

Fisk, Ethel, B.A. Camb. 
Pelham, R. A., M.A. Wales. 
McPherson, A. W., B.Sc. Glas. 

Asst.'Lectr. 



Geology and Mineralogy 
Wills, L J, M.A., ScD., Ph.D. 
Camb , F.G.S. Prof, 

Raw, F., D Sc. Lond., F.G S 

Lectr. 

Shotton, F. W., M.A. Camb., 

F.G S. Lectr. 

Shaw, F. H., B Sc Lond., A.R S.M. 

Asst. Lectr. 

German 

Sandbach, F. E., M.A. Birm. and 

Camb., Ph D. Strass. Prof. 

Strachan, L R. M., M.A. Ox. Lectr. 

Parker, E. H., M.A. Temp. Lectr. 

History, v. also Educn. 
Beazley, Sir Raymond, D. LittOx., 

M.A , J P. Prof. 

Hawgood, J. A., M.A. Lond., Ph.D. 

Heid. 

(Med. and Mod. Hist.) Reader 
Lectrs. : 
SutclifEe, Dorothy, M.A. Mane. 

and Leeds. 
Adams, H. P., M.A. Camb. 

( Ancient H). 

James, B. C. L., M A. Ox. 
Weitzman, Sophia, M.A., Ph.D. 

Mane. Asst. Lectr. 

Styles, P., M.A. Ox. 

(Local Hist.) Spec Lectr. 

International History 
Stephens, J. S., M.A. Camb. 

Merttens Lectr. 

Italian [Serena Prof. 

Richardson, Linetta de C., M.A. 

Law 

Smalley-Baker, C. E., M.A. Birm. 
and Ox., LL.B. Harvard 

Barber Prof. 
Readers : 
Hargreaves, A. D., M.A., LL.B. 

Camb. 
Verschoyle, R. P., BA., B.CX. 

Ox. 
Coley, A. H., LL.D. 

Hon. Reader in Legal Ethics. 
Camm, W. C. Lectr, 



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Dickson, A. W., LL.B., LL.B. 
Lond. Lectr. 

Nonis, C. S., M.A. Ox. 

Lectr. in Trust Accounts. 
Mathematics 

Watson, G. N., Sc.D. Carab., 

D.Sc. Lond., M Sc , F.R.S., 

F.R.A.S., F.I.P. Mason Prof. 

Lectrs. : [F.R.A.S. 

Preece, C. T., M.A. Camb., 

Colomb, Ruby, M.A. Lond. 

Calderwood, Nora I., Ph.D., M.A , 

B.Sc. Edin 
Lumsden, T A , M.A., B.Sc. Edin., 

F.R.A.S. 
Asst. Lectr. : 
Kuttner, B , B.A. Camb. 
Medicine, v. infra 
Metallurgy [Feeney Prof. 

Hanson, D., M.Sc., D.Sc. Liv. 
Harris, H., M.Sc., F.C.S. Lectr. 
Allen, N., M.Met. Lectr. 

Jones, J. W., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Mining, Coal, and Metal 
Moss, K. N., O.B.E., M.Sc., 
MJ.Min.E., F.G.S. Prof. 

Varvill, W. W., B.Sc. Durh., 
M.I.M.M., M.I.M.E. 

Lectr. in Metal M, 
Garrett, J. G., B.Sc., MJ.Min.E. 

Lectr. in Surveying. 
Hancock, W., Ph.D., M.Sc , F.G.S., 
M.I M.E 

Lectr. in Mine Rescue. 
Needham, L. W., M.Sc. 

Lectr. in Coal Treatment. 
Mining Research Laboratory 
Haldane, J. S., C.H., LL.D., M.D., 
F.R.S., Hon. Prof, and Dir. 
of Research Lab. 
Graham, J. I., M.A. Camb., M.Sc. 
Lond., A.R.C Sc.L, A.I.C. 

Depy. Dir. of Research. 
Music, v. also Educn. 
Bantock, Sir G., M.A., Mus.D. 
Edin., F.R.C.M. 

R. Peyton Prof. 
Blackall, A. K., F.R.C.O. Lectr. 



Oil Engineering and Refining 
Nash, A. W., M.Sc., F.C.S., 
M.I.Mech.E., M.I.P.T. Prof. 
Lectrs. : 

Bowen, A. R., M.Sc., Ph.D., F.I.C. 
Clark, L. W. Woodhouse, B.Sc. 

Viet. 
Mason, J., M.Sc., D.Phil. Ox 

Hon. Research Invest. 

Philosophy, Mental and Moral 
Russell, L. J., M.A., B.Sc., D.Phil. 

Glas. Prof. 

Gibson, A. B.-, M.A. Ox., B.A. 

Melb. Lectr. 

Physics 
Smith, S. W. J., M.Sc., M.A. 

Camb., D.Sc. Lond., A.R.C.S., 

F.I P , F.R.S. Poyntmg Prof. 
Lectrs. : 
Shakespear, G. A., D.Sc., M.A. 

Camb., B.A.,B.Sc. Lond. (Spl. 

Lectr. in Expl. P.). 
Barlow, G., D.Sc. Birm., Wales, 

and Lond., F.Inst.P. 
Ibbs, T. L., Ph.D., D.Sc. 
Young, J , B.Sc. Lond., A.R.C.S., 

F.R.A.S. 
Dee, A. A., B.Sc. Lond., D.I.C., 

A.R.C.S. 
Johnson, M. C., M A Camb., D.Sc., 

F.R.A.S. 
Harrison, G. E., Ph.D. 

Physiology 

Daly, I. de Burgh, M.A., M.D., 
B Ch. Prof. 

Thorpe, W. V., M.A., Ph.D. 

Lectr. in Biochemistry. 

Macgregor, R. G., B.A., B.M., 

Ch.B. Lectr. 

Berry, J. L., M.B., Ch.B. Lectr. 

Peat, S., Ph.D., B.Sc. 

Lectr. in Biochemistry. 
Walker, Hilda, M.B., Ch B. 

Special Lectr. 

Strangeways, Dorothy H., M.A. 
Res. Asst. in Tissue Culture. 

Psychology, v. Educn. 



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Russian [Prof. 

Konovalov, S., M.A., B.Litt. Ox. 

Spanish 

Conroy, R , M.A. N.U.I. Lectr. 
Parker, Adelaide, B A Liv. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Zoology and Comp Anatomy 
Fox, H. Munro, M.Sc., M.A. Camb. 
Mason Prof. 

Newth, H. G., M Sc., A.R.C.S., 
D.I.C., F.Z.S. Lectr. 

Gunn, D L., B Sc. Wales Lectr. 
Johnson, Minnie L., B.Sc. 

Asst. Lectr. 

* Medicine 

(for subjects of first 2 yrs. Anat , 
etc., v. supra). 

Dean : A. Stanley Barnes, D.Sc., 

M.D , F.R C.P. 
Bacteriology, v Path. 
Ear, Nose and Throat, Diseases of 
Woodman, E. M., M.S., F.R.C.S. 

Lectr. 

Forensic M. 6- Toxicology 
Lloyd, B., M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S. 

Prof. 

Walker, C., M.D., B.Sc. Asst. 
Hygiene and Public Health* v. 

also Chem. 

Robertson, Sir John, C.M.G., 

O.B.E., M.D., LL.D. Edin., 

B.Sc. Prof. 

Lewis, C. J., M.D., D.Sc., 

F.R.C.P.E. Assoc. Prof. 

Auden, G. A., M.D., M.A., Ph.]}., 

D.P.H. Camb., F.R. C.P. 

(Hygiene) Asst. 

Infant Hygiene and Dis. of 

Children [Prof. 

Parsons, L. G., M.D. Lond., 

F.R.C.P. (also Clin. Lectr.). 

Materia Medica [Lectr. 

Kneale, J. C., M.B., Ch.B., M.P.S. 

Greenwood, F. R., M.D., B.S. 

Lond., M.R.C.S. Demr. 



Medicine 

Wynn, W. H., M.D , M.Sc. Lond., 
F.R.C.P. Prof. 

Emanuel, J. G., M D , F.R.C.P. 

Prof. 

Thomson, A. P., M.C, M.D., 
FR.CP. 

Asst. and Lectr. for 

Dental Students 
Buhner, E., M D., M R C.P. 

Lect. for Dental Students. 

Mental Diseases 

Hughes, P. T., M.B., Ch.M. Edin., 

D.P.H. Lond. Lectr. 

Joint Board of Research (Univ. 

and City) : 

Pickworth, A. R, B.Sc., M.B., 
B.S , A.I.C. Director. 

Midwifery and Dis. of Women 
Whitehouse, H. Beckwith, M.S. 

Lond., Ch.M., F.R.C.S. Prof. 
Graham, Lewis, M.S. Lond., 

F.R.C.S. Lectr. 

Lloyd, Hilda N., B Sc., M.B., 

Ch.B., F.R.C.S. Asst. 

Ophthalmology 
Evans, J. J., M.D., F.R.C.S. Lectr. 

Pathology and Bacteriology 
Wilson, G. H., M.D. Glas. 

Prof, of Path. 

Lamb, F. W. M., M.D., Ch B., 
M.R.C.S. Lectr. in P. 

Lewis, C. J., M.D., D.Sc. Edin., 
F.R.C.P.E. 

Lectr. in Advanced B. 

Shrewsbury, J. F. D., M.B., Ch.B., 

D.P.H. Lectr. in B. 

Buhner, E , M.D., M.R.C.P. Asst. 

Wesson, A. S., M D., M R.C.P. 

Asst. 
Stammers, A. F., L.D.S. 

Demr. for Dental Students. 
Strangeways, Dorothy H., M.A. 
Res. Asst. in Tissue Culture. 

Pharmacology, v. Therapeutics 



Exclusive of 40 clinical lecturers and tutors on the staffs of hospitals. 



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Radiology [Lectr. 

Black, Harold, M D., M R.C.P. 
Brailsford, J. F., M.D., Ch.B., 
M.R C S., L R.C P. Demr. 
Surgery 

Gemmill, W., M.A., M B., Ch B., 

F.R C.S. Prof. 

Barling, S. G., C.M.G., Ch.M., M S., 

F R C S. Prof. 

Raison,C.A.,M B., Ch.B.,F.R.C.S. 

(S. for Dental Students) 

Lectr. 

Sampson, H. H., M.B , ChB., 
F.R.C.S. Asst. 

Surgery, Operative 
Barnes, F., M.S., F.R.C.S. Lectr. 

Surgery, Orthopadic [Lectr. 
Dunn, N., M.A , M.B., Ch.B. 

Therapeutics, Pharmacology and 
Wilkinson, K. D., O.B.E., M.D., 

F.R.C.P. Prof. 

Smellie, J. M., M.D. Edin., 

M.R.C.P. Lectr. 

Dentistry 

v. also Med., Path., Surg. 
Matthews, G. F. C., B.D.S., L.D.S. 
Lectr. (Orthod.). 



Humphreys, H. F., M.B., Ch.B,, 

M.D.S., L.D.S. 

Lectr. (D. Anat. and Physiol.) 
Wellings, A. W., M.D.S., L.D.S. 

Lectr. (D. Histol., etc.). 
Stammers, A F., L D.S. 

Demr. (D. Histol , etc.). 
Knott, W. M., L.D.S. 

Lectr. (D. Mechs. and 

Prosthetics) . 
Madin, W. T., B.D.S., L.D.S. 

Lectr. (D. Surgery, etc.). 
Broderick, R. A., D.S.O., M.B, 
Ch.B., M.D.S., L.D.S. 

Lectr. (D. Bacteriology). 
Parrott, A. H., O.B.E., M.D.S., 
L.D.S. 

Lectr. (D. Mat. Med. and 

Therap.). 

23 Clinical lecturers and tutors on 
the staff of the Dental Hos- 
pital. 

Huxley Lecturer 
1933 sir Arthur Salter, K.C.B. 

University Extension 
Tutors : Macalpme, B. I. ; Studd, 
E. J (Jt.-Secs.), and 12 others. 



AFFILIATED INSTITUTIONS 

MIDLAND INSTITUTE. Students are admitted to Intermediate Arts examn. 
as Internal students. 

SALTLEY TRAINING COLLEGE. Students taking the 4-yr. course are admitted 
to the Intermediate Arts examn. as Internal students. Principal Rev. F. T. 
Cooper, M.A. Camb. 

HANDSWORTH AND LICHFIELD THEOLOGICAL COLLEGES. Students can take 
the and and srd yrs. for the B.A. partly in their own Colls. Principals Hands- 
worth : Rev. W. F. Lofthouse, D.D. ; Lichfield : Rev. E. H. Ward, M.A. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The University, formerly the Mason College founded by Sir Josiah Mason 
in 1880, was incorporated by Royal Charter in 1900. The Charter prescribes 
instruction in all branches of a liberal education, and such instruction especially 
as may be of service in the manufactures, commerce, and industrial pursuits 
of the Midlands. The Faculties of Arts, Medicine, and Law are still housed in 
the buildings of Mason College in the centre of the city. Other buildings have 
been erected and equipped at a cost of 850,000 at Edgbaston on a site of 100 



BIRMINGHAM 25 

FACULTIES : Science, Arts, Medicine, Commerce, Law. Deans : Prof. 
W. Stiles, Prof. Ritchie, Dr. Stanley Barnes, Prof. J. G. Smith, Prof. Smalley- 
Baker. 

Departments of Education (training for teaching in primary, secondary, 
and continuation schools) ; Malting and Brewing and other Industrial Fer- 
mentation Processes ; Social Study ; Industrial Certificates. Connected with 
the Medical Faculty is a School of Dentistry. 

LIBRARY, about 200,000 vols. Special Collections : Sargant, rich in French 
economic literature of about 18301860 ; Collings, some 350 books on agnc. 
and land problems ; Bunce, rich in nineteenth- century biography ; Corbett, 
county, especially Shropshire, history ; Holliday and others, art and archi- 
tecture MUSEUMS, Anat., Dent , Geol., Zool., Mining. 

LABORATORIES : Chemical (special organic, phys., electro-chem., ana- 
lytical, and public health depts.) ; Engin., Metallurgy, and Mining (exception- 
ally well equipped and including coal-mining research lab., expl. coal-mine and 
oil-boring plant, petroleum engineering being a speciality) ; Brewing ; Power- 
station supplying whole Univ. with lighting, heat, and power ; Physiol. ; 
Pathol. ; Cancer Research, Research in Mental Disease ; Bacteriol. A small 
OBSERVATORY is attached to the dept. of Physics. HOSPITALS (700 beds) avail- 
able for clinics General, Queen's, and many special. 

ADMISSION. See Appendix XXII. 

DEGREES. B.A., B.Mus., M.A., M.Mus., D.Litt. ; B.Sc. (in Pure Science, 
in Engineering Mech., Civ., Elec. ; in Oil Engin. and Refining ; in Industrial 
Fermentation ; in Metallurgy, or in Mining Coal and Metal), M.Sc., D.Sc. ; 
M.B., Ch.B., B.D.S., M.D., M.D. (State Med.), Ch.M., M.D.S. ; B.Com., 
M.Com. ; LL.B., LL.M., LL.D. ; Ph.D. (in any Faculty). 

No degree can be obtained without attendance upon prescribed courses in 
the Univ. extending over at least 3 academic yrs. after matncn. except in the 
case of graduates of other approved Umvs., who are, under certain conditions, 
admitted to the i yr.'s courses for the M.A. and M.Sc. and to 2 yrs.' courses 
for the B.Sc. (courses in technical subjects), B.Com., Ph.D. (v. p. 13), M.D , or 
Ch.M. 

B.A. Honours schools in Classics, Engl. Lit., French, German, Italian, 
Spanish, Hist, Social and Poht. Sc., Philos., Maths., Music, Geography, 
Economics. 

In the B.Com. courses one- third of the student's time may, if he chooses, 
be devoted to work in Applied Science. There is a 4 yrs.' B.Com. course for 
students entering at Inter. B.Sc. standard. They " qualify " for the ordinary 
B.Sc. at the end of 2 yrs., subsequently completing 2 yrs. in the Fac. of Com. 
There is also a 3 yrs.* joint course in Mining and Commerce leading to the 
B.Com. for those who wish to enter the commercial side of the Mining industry- 

The B.Sc. with Honours requires 3 yrs. after the Intermediate standard 
has been reached. B.Sc. Hons. schools in all subjects in the Fac. The B.Sc. 
courses in Engin. and Hons. Courses in Oil Engin. and Refining, in Mining, and 
in Metallurgy cover 4 yrs. Those in Mining involve practical work under- 
ground. Graduates of Oxford who have obtained the Ox. Dipl. in Scientific 
Engin. and Mining are eligible, subject to certain provisos, for the B.Sc. in 
Engin., Mining, or Metall. after 2 yrs.' study in Birmingham. 

Special course in Spanish for students of applied science ; 2 lecture hours 
a week for 2 sessions. 

Med. students may spend their final yr. at any school or schools of Med. 
recognized by the Univ., and the Senate may recognize examns. passed therein 



26 ENGLAND 

as exempting from the ist Med. examn. They may obtain the B.Sc. as well as 
their Med. degree by devoting 7 yrs. instead of 6 to study in the Univ. 

Candidates for the B.Mus. (Honours) must have passed the matricn. or an 
equivalent examn. and an examn. in the Rudiments of Music, and power of 
performance on some musical instrument. 

The M.A., M.Com., and M.Sc. involve at least i yr. of study after completing 
the course for the bachelorship. 

The M.A. may be taken in Educn. as well as in the ordinary Arts subjects. 

The D.Litt., M.Mus., D.Sc , or LL.D. may be taken 3 yrs. after the M A., 
B.Mus., M.Sc., or LL.M. 

Advanced Standing. Candidates who, before admission, pass certain 
exanans. of other approved Umvs. and Examining Bodies may be permitted to 
take the final examn. for the B.Sc. (Hons.) at the end of their and yr., and to 
do advanced or research work in their 3rd yr. 

Diplomas. Art Instructor's (2 yrs.* course), for students of the Municipal 
School of Art ; Brewing (3 yrs.* course ; Post-graduation i yr.) ; Graduates' 
Commerce (i yr.'s course), open to graduates of any approved Univ. who have 
passed an adequate test in accounting ; Mining \ Oil Engin. and Refining ; 
Social Study (2 yrs.' or, Higher Dipl., 3 yrs.* course preparatory for public 
administration, charity organization, factory welfare, trade union official work, 
etc.) ; Diploma in Education (i yr.*s course), for graduates of a Univ. of the 
U.K. or others equally qualified ; Dental Surgery (6 yrs.) ; Public Health (i 
yr.'s course), not less than 2 yrs. after obtaining registrable qualification in 
Med., Surg., and Midw. 

A Joint Coalmining Diploma of the Univs. of Oxford and Birmingham may 
be taken by Oxford graduates in Engineering who, after 4 months* practical 
experience in coal-nuning, pursue courses covering one session, in this Univ. 
Tuition fee, 60. A similar Joint Diploma of Camb. and Birm. is given. 

Certificates for Brewers and Maltsters (2 yrs.). 

An Industrial Certificate class has been instituted under the control of a 
joint board of Univ. and Trade Union representatives. This class provides two 
full days' instruction to members of Trade Unions, nominated by their Unions, 
in English Literature, Modern History, Economics, and Elementary Science. 
The class is held in all three terms of the Univ. session, and at the end an 
Industrial certificate is awarded after examn. The class is a new departure, 
as it is not based on the principle of evening work but on full-time day work, 
and the instruction is provided by members of the Univ. Staff. Evening 
classes are not provided by the Univ., this work being left to the Birm. and 
Midland Inst., Birmingham Commercial Coll., etc. 

RESEARCH. A joint standing committee of members of council and 
members of senate co-ordinates research work in all faculties, formulates 
policies of research, obtains funds, and co-operates with Gov. agencies and 
external bodies. Trust Funds amount to 10,000. There are special com- 
mittees for research in Mental Diseases and in Cancer. 

FEES. Matricn., 2. Tuition for B.A., 75 ; B.Sc., 75-fy6 ; Engin., 
190; Mining, 140; Metall, 140; Med., including Hospl. fees, 196; 
LL,B., 29. Examns , Interm. and Final, for first degree, 10, except in Med., 
21, and Engin., 12 : zos. Laboratory research fees, 15 to 30. 

POSTGRADUATE AND RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIPS, n in Sci. ; 1 1 in Arts ; 3 in 
Com. ; i in Law ; also a Travelling Studentship (300 for i yr.) biennially for 
research in Path. ; i postgrad, scholarship (90) every 3rd yr. in Facs. of Med., 
Com., Law. Some of these are open to graduates of other Univs., but prefer- 



BIRMINGHAM 17 

ence is always given to Birmingham graduates. For the James Watt Fellow- 
ship and Research Studentships in Oil Eng., etc., v. App. XXIII. 4 and 12. 

RESIDENCE. For women there is a Hall of Residence Univ. House, 
Edgbaston Park Rd. (Warden), with grounds of 2f acres. For men Chan- 
cellor's Hall (Warden), Augustus Road, Edgbaston (96 students), with grounds 
of 7 acres ; Queen's College (Principal), Somerset Road, Edgbaston (45 
students). The cost of board and lodging is from 2 ss upwards a week. 

An APPOINTMENTS BOARD (Secy. The Registrar) has been established. 

GUILD OF GRADUATES. Six representatives serve on the Univ. Court of 
Governors, one of whom is also a member of the Univ. Council. A Register of 
Graduates and a News Letter are circulated annually to all members. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION work includes Lectures and Tutorial Classes in 
the city of Birmingham and the Midland area. The Tutorial Classes are under 
the control of a Jt. Committee of the Univ. and the W.E.A. 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar (Nov.), 2S. ; Faculty and Departmental syllabuses 
(during the Summer Term) ; Careers in Science ; Report of University Research 
Committee, including a bibliography of the research work published during the 
session (Feb.) ; students' magazine, the Mermaid. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS AND GIFTS. Hugh Morton benefaction 40,000 from 
residue of estate (not yet completed) in addition to 25,000 previously noted ; 
J. G. Chidlaw, by legacy of residue (for Scholarships in Science), amount not 
yet determined. 

NEW BUILDINGS. The reorganized and extended Mining Dept. with special 
labs, opened ; the new Research Lab in Civ. Engineering brought into use. 

HOSPITAL CENTRE SCHEME AND MEDICAL SCHOOL OF THE UNIVERSITY. As 
considerable controversy had arisen over the Hospital Centre Scheme, the 
Executive Board of the Centre early in 1932 invited the Lord Mayor to summon 
and preside over a conference of representatives of the two general and teaching 
hospitals concerned and of the Centre Board, together with four independent 
representatives nominated by himself, to review the whole hospital position 
in Birmingham. This conference, after prolonged examination of the subject 
matter, reported on Nov. 21 a review of the position with two (amongst other) 
recommendations of great importance : (i) that the two teaching hospitals 
should be amalgamated under a single Board of Management, and that this 
single Board should ultimately also control the management of the new Centre 
Hospital to be erected on the Edgbaston site ; (2) that the Executive Board 
of the Centre should, as from Jan. i, 1933, proceed with bringing into existence 
the first instalment of their scheme for a full working and teaching hospital of 
roughly 500 beds, together with the Medical School of the Univ. to be trans- 
ferred to the new site of the Centre. 

These two recommendations are an endorsement of the two main features 
of the scheme of the Executive Board of the Hospital Centre. It may be 
assumed that in 1933 practical effect will be given to these and other recom- 
mendations. 

EXTRA-MURAL WORK. The Joint Ctee. of Univ. and W.E.A. has extended 
and consolidated its work in B'ham and adjoining counties. A successful 
summer school was held. 



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CHANGES IN REGULATIONS. The Hons. degree in. Biochemistry of Fermenta- 
tion has been discontinued, and a Pass and an Honours degree with Industrial 
Fermentation as a principal subject has been substituted. Four years are now 
required for the B.Sc. degree with Anatomy and Physiol., and both subjects 
must be taken together. 

RETIREMENTS. Profs. Boulton (Geol.), Morrison (For. Med.). DEATHS : 
Prof. Billington (Surgery), Haslam (former Dean, Fac. of Med.). 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total 1531, including 180 graduates. Part-tune : 
total, 202, including 41 graduates. 

DEGREES. B.A., 94 ; B Sc., 124 ; M.B., Ch.B , 20 ; B.D.S., i ; B.Com., 14; 
LL.B., 19 ; M.A., 10 , M.Sc., 10 ; LL.M., i ; Ph.D., 17 ; D.Sc., 2 ; M.D., i ; 
B Mus., 2. 



UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL 



VISITOR H.M. THE KING. 

CHANCELLOR The Rt. Hon. WINSTON S CHURCHILL, C.H., LL.D., M.P. 

(ex officio President of Court, Council, and Convocation). 
PRO-CHANCELLORS The Rt. Hon. HENRY HOBHOUSE, M.A., LL.D ; 

The Rt. Rev. the LORD BISHOP OF BRISTOL, D.D., LL.D.; 

STANLEY H BADOCK, LL D. ; HIATT C. BAKER, LL.D. 
VICE-CHANCELLOR THOMAS LOVEDAY, M.A. Ox , LL.D. 
PRO- VICE-CHANCELLOR Prof. J. F. DOBSON, M.A. 
TREASURER STANLEY H. BAbocK, LL.D. 
LIBRARIAN W. L. COOPER, M.A. Ox. 
HON. MEDICAL LIBRARIAN GEORGE PARKER, M.A., M D. 
SECRETARY AND REGISTRAR WINIFRED SHAPLAND. 
BURSAR I. Fox. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Agriculture, v. also Associated 

Instns. 

Barker, B. T. P., M.A. Camb. (A. 

Biology) Prof. 

Boutflour, R , M.Sc. Durh. Reader. 

Anatomy 

Fawcett, E., M.D., C.M. Edin., 

F.R.S. Prof. 

Moore, C. A , M.S., M.B. Lond , 

Ch.M. f F.RC.S. (Surg. and 

Applied Anat ) Lectr. 

Stock, W. S. V., M B., B.S. Lond., 

M.B , Ch.B , F.R.C.S. Demr. 

Llewelyn, Gwladys R., M.Sc. 

Demr. 

Perry, C. B., M.D., Ch.B., M R.C.P. 
Demr. 

FitzGibbon, G. M., M.D. Lond., 
F.R.C.S. Pt.-time Demr. 
Anthropology 
Lectr. 

Aramaic, etc., v. Orient. Langs. 

Art 
Briggs, M. S., F.R.I.B.A. 

Sp. Lectr. 



Bio-Chemistry, v. also Assoc. 

Instns. 

Nierenstein, M., Ph.D. Berne, 
D.Sc. Gen. Reader. 

Botany, v. also Assoc. Instns. 
Darbishire, O. V., M.A. Ox., Ph.D. 
Kiel Melville Wills Prof. 

Skene, MacG., D.Sc. Aberd. 

Reader. 
Bracher, Rose, M.Sc., Ph.D. 

Lectr. 
Cook, W. R. L, Ph.D. Lond. 

Asst. Lectr. 

(Systematic B.) Sp. Lectr. 

I Recognized Teacher in Garden- 
ing. 

Chemistry, v. also Assoc. Instns. 

Francis, F., D.Sc. Mane., Ph.D. 

Erl., F.I.C. A. C. Pass Prof. 

Davis, O. C. M., D.Sc. Lond., D.Sc., 

M.D., Ch B., M.R.C.P. (Med. 

C.) Reader. 

Lecturers : 

Russell, E., B.Sc. Lond., F.I.C. 
(Hygienic C.). 



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Rixon, F. W., M.Sc. Mane., Ph.D. 

Gies., M.A., F.LC. 
Taylor, Millicent, D.Sc., F.I.C. 
Menzies, R. C., Ph.D. St. And., 

F.I.C. 
Malkin, T., B.Sc. Lond., Ph.D. 

Mane. 
Maxted, E. B., D.Sc. Lond., Ph.D. 

Berl., F.LC. (Catalysis). 
Research Assts. : 
King, Annie M., Ph.D. 
Gomm, A. S., Ph.D. 

Chemistry, Applied, v. Engin. 

Chemistry, Physical 
Garner, W. E , M.Sc. Lond., D.Sc. 
Birm. Leverhulme Prof. 

Travers, M. W., D.Sc. Lond., 
F.R.S. 

Research Fellow in Appl. 

Phys. C. and Hon. Prof. 

Johnson, C. H., B Sc., PhD. 

Lond. Asst. Lectr. 

Classics [H. O. Wills Prof. 
Dobson, J. F., M.A. Camb. (Greek) 
Beare, W., M.A. Dub. (Latin) Prof. 
Pitman, H., M.A. Ox. Lectr. 

Eichholz, D. E., M.A. Camb. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Dentistry, v. infra 

Domestic Science, v. also Assoc. 

Instns. 

Whitaker, Ruth Lectr. 

Clarke, E. Gladys, O.B.E. (Dom. 

Econ.) Lectr. 

Economics 
Whyte, W. H., M.A. Leeds 

Reader. 

Burrows, H. R., M.C., M.Com. 
Leeds Lectr. 

Education, v. also infra Assoc. 
Instns. 

Prof. 

Foster, X. S., M.A. Ox., F.R.A.I., 
Master of Method. Reader. 
Lecturers : 

Whitwill, Gladys C., M.A. 
Childs, E. C., M.A., B.D. Lond. 



Nicholson, J. H., B.A. Ox., M.A. 
Cott, H. B., M.A. Camb. 
Pilley, J. G., B.A. Ox. 
Warrell, A., F.R.C.O (Music). 
Morice, Enid G., M.A. Camb. 
Pye, Margaret W., B.A., Ph.D. 

Lond 

Green, X, L., B Sc. (Hyg ). 
Butcher, Emily E., M.A. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Nixon, Doreen G. C., M.B , B.S. 
Lond , M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

(Hyg ) Recogd. Xeacher. 
Skinner, F. (Art) Recogd. Xeacher. 
Engineering, v. infra 
English [Winterstoke Prof. 
Crofts, J. E. V., B.A., B.Litt. Ox. 
Birkhead,Edith,M.A.Liv. Lectr. 
Needham, H. A., M.A. Birm., 
D. de 1'U. Pans Lectr. 

Xucker, Susie I., B.A. Ox. 

Asst. Lectr. 

French, v. also Engin. [Prof. 
Boillot, F. F., M.A. Shef., L. es L. 
Perkins, B. M. N., M.A. Camb. 

Lectr. 

Warne, F. J., B.A. Lond. Lectr. 
Cattan, L., L. es L Lecteur. 

Geography [Reader. 

Jervis, W. W., M.Sc. Durh., F.G.S. 
Kendall, O.D.,M.A. Camb. Lectr. 
Jones, S. J., M.A. Wales 

Asst. Lectr. 
Geology 

Reynolds, S. H., M.A., Sc.D. 
Camb. C. Wills Prof. 

Xurner, H. W., M.A. Ox., F.G.S. 

Lectr. 

Smith, S., M.A. Camb., D.Sc. 
Durh. Lectr. 

Wallis, F. S., D.Sc., Ph.D. 

Asst. Lectr. 
German, v. also Engin. 
Closs, A. M., M.A., Ph D. Graz. 

Hd. of Dept. Lectr. 

Barber, C. C., M.A. Ox,, Ph.D. 

Giessen Asst. Lectr. 

History 

Mowat, R. B., M.A. Ox. Prof. 



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Staveley, May C., M.A. Dub., 
M.A. Lectr. 

Maclnnes, C. M., M.A. Ox. 

(Imperial H.) Reader. 
Butcher, Emily E., M.A. 

Asst. Lectr. 
James, R I.,B.A Ox. Asst. Lectr. 

Italian 
Cellini, B., D.Litt Genoa Lectr. 

Law 

Lewis, M. M., M C., M.A., LL.B. 
Camb Prof. 

Veale, E. W. W., LL.D. Loud. 

Lectr. 

Wilshere, A. M., M.A. Ox., LL.B. 

Lond. (Comml. L.) Lectr. 

Bain, K., LL.B. Lond. Asst. Lectr. 

Maths., Applied 
Boulton, E. S., M.A. Camb., B.Sc. 

Lond. Prof. 

Newing, S. T., B.Sc. Lond., 

A.R.C.S. Asst. Lectr. 

Mathematics, Pure 

Hasse, H. R., M.A. Camb., D.Sc. 

Mane. H. O. Wills Prof. 

Eraser, P., M.A. Camb., MA., 

B.Sc. Aberd. (Geom.) Reader. 

Todd, H., B.A. Camb. Lectr. 

Vint, J , M.A. Belf. Lectr. 

Hodge, W. V. D., M.A. Camb. and 

Edin. Lectr. 

Linfoot, E. H., D.Phil. Ox. 

Asst. Lectr. 
White, Mary J., B.Sc. 

Research Asst. 

Medicine, v. infra 

Military Subjects 

Young, N, C. S., Capt., Roy. War- 
wickshire Regt Sp. Lectr. 

Mining, v. Engin. 
Music, v. Educn. 

Oriental Languages 
O'Leary, De L., M.A., D.D. Dub. 
(Aramaic and Syriac). 

Sp. Lectr. 
Philosophy 
Field, G. C., M.A., B.Sc. Ox. Prof. 



Carre", M. H., M.C., M A. Ox. 

Lectr. 
Physics, v. also Phys. Chem. and 

Engm Applied Ch. 
Tyndall, A. M., D.Sc Lond. and 
Brist , F.I.P. 

H. O Wills Prof. 
Lennard- Jones, J. E , D Sc. Mane., 
Ph.D. Camb. (Theoret. P.) 
(Till Aug 1933) Melville 

Wills Prof.) 
Mott, N. F., M.A. Camb. (Theoret. 

P.) 

(From Aug. 1933 ) 
Skinner, H. W. B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Camb. 
H. H. Wills Research Fellow 

and Lectr. (Spectrosc.). 
Jackson, L. C., M.Sc. Lond., Ph.D. 
Leiden 
H. H. WiHs Research Fellow. 

Lecturers : 

Williams, Illtyd, M.Sc. Wales. 
Piper, S. H., D.S.O., D.Sc. Lond., 

F.I.P. 

Sucksmith, W., D.Sc. Leeds. 
Potter, H. H., Ph.D. Lond., B.Sc. 
Powell, C. F., B.A., Ph.D. Camb. 
Webster, H. C., Ph.D. Melb. 

Research Asst. 
Physiology 

Brocklehursf, R. J., M.A., D.M., 
B.Ch. Ox. Prof. 

Lecturers : 

Wiltshire, Marion O. P., D.Sc. 
Irving, J. T., M.A., M.D., Ph.D. 
Camb., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Theological Subjects 
For Univ. Staff v. infra Assoc. 
Instns. 

Zoology 

Yonge, C. M., D.Sc. Edin. Prof. 

Henderson, W. D., M.A., B.Sc. 

Aberd., Ph.D. Freib. i/B. 

Reader. 
Asst. Lectrs. : 
Sloane, J F., B.Sc. Glas. 
Smith, H. G., B.Sc. Glas. 



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Engineering 

(In the Technical College of the 

Society of Merchant Venturers) 

Apphed Chemistry [Lectr. 

Andrews, W. A., B.Sc. Birm., A.I.C. 

Automobile Engineering [Prof. 

Morgan, Wm., B.Sc., M I.A.E. 

Civil Engineering 
Pippard, A. J. S., D.Sc. Prof, 
Francis, W. E., B Sc. Wales Lectr 
Elgood, W. N., B.Sc. St. Andr. 

Drawing 

Baker, J. W. Instr. 

Mountney, C. F. Instr. 

Engineering CommL Subjects 
Griffin, A. Lectr. 

Electrical Engineering 
Robertson, D, D Sc. Glas., 
M.I.E.E. Prof. 

Holmes, S. Lectr. 

Chard, F. de la C., B.Sc. Lond. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Mechanical and Mining En- 
gineering 

Robertson, A., D.Sc. Edin. Prof. 
Watson, F. R. B., B.Sc. Edin. 

Lectr. (Mech. E.). 
Dearden, W. H., M.Sc. Mane. 
(Metall.) Lectr. 

Morrison, J. L. M., B.Sc. 

Lectr. (Mech. E.). 
Newport, A. J., B.Sc. 

Research Asst. (Mech. E.). 
French and German for Engin. 
Students [Asst. Lectr. 

Bennett, Edith, M.A. Birm. 

Medicine 
(for subjects of first 2 yrs. Anat., 

etc., v. supra) 
Anesthetics 

Stock, W. S V., M.B., B.S. Lond. 

and Brist., F.R.C.S. (Hd. of 

Dept.) Lectr. (C.). 

Corfield, C., M.D. Durh. (C.). 

Tutors . 

Logan, H. B., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 
(C.)=Clinical Lectr. * 



Moore, L. A., M.B., Ch.B. 
2 Recognized Teachers. 
Bacteriology, v. Pathology 
Diseases of the Skin 
Wills, W. K, O.B.E., M.A., M.B , 
B.Ch. Camb. (C.). 

Kingston, S. H., M.B., Ch.B., 
D.P.H. (C). 

Burgess, N, M.A . M D., B.Ch. 
Camb., M R.C P. (C.). 

Fevers 

Peters, B. A., M.D., B.Ch., D.P.H. 
Camb. (C.). 

Forensic Med, and Toxicol. 
Davis, O. C. M., D.Sc. Lond. and 
Bnst., M.D., Ch.B., M.R.C P. 
(Hd. of Dept.) Lectr. 

Laryng., Rhin., and Otology 
Wright, A. J. M., M,B., B.S. Lond., 
MB.,ChB.,F.R.C.S. 

Lectr. (Hd. of Dept ) (C.). 

Watson-Williams, E., M C., M.B., 

B.Ch. Camb., M.B., ChM., 

FR.C.S.Ed. (C.). 

Scarfif, G. R , M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S. 

Ed. (C). 

James, J. A., M.D., B.S. Lond., 

M.B., Ch B., F.R.C.S. (C.). 

1 Recognized Teacher. 

Matena Med. and Practical 

Pharmacy 

Davis, O. C. M., D.Sc. Lond. and 

Brist., M.D., Ch.B., M.R.C.P. 

Reader. 

2 Recognized Teachers in Pract. 

Pharm. 

Medicine, v. also Path., Pharm. 
Nixon, J. A., C.M.G., B.A., M.D., 

B.Chir. Camb., F.R..C.P. 

Clinical Dean and Prof.* 
Charles, J. R., M.A., M.D. Camb., 

F.R.C.P. (C.). 

Clinical Dean (C.). 

Clarke, R. C., O.B.E., M.B., Ch.B., 

M.R.CP. (C.). 

Herapath, C. E. K., M.C., M.D., 

B.S. Lond. (C.). 

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Todd, A. T,, O.B E., M.B., Ch.B. 

Edin., MR.CP. (C.). 

Carleton, H. H , M A., M.D., B.Ch. 

Ox , M R C.P. Sr. Tutor (C.). 

Birrell, J. A., M.D., B.S. Lond., 

M.RCP. Jr. Tutor (C.). 

Sutton,G E.F.,M.C.,M.D.Lond., 

M.R.C P. Jr. Tutor. 

i Recognized Teacher. 

Mental Diseases [(C.)* 

White, E. B. C., M.R.C.S., L R.C.P. 

Obstetrics 

Statham, R. S. S., O.B.E., M.D., 

ChM. Prol (C.).* 

Hector, F. J., M.D., Ch.B., 

F.R.C.S. (C.). 
Shepherd, H. L., Ch M., M.B. 

Lectr. (C.). 

Smythe, H. J. D., M.C,, M.B., 
M.S. Lond., F.R C.S. 

Demr. (C.). 

Baker, Lily A., M.D , B.Ch., 
B.A.O. Dub., F.R.C.S.I. (C.). 
i Recognized Teacher. 

Ophthalmology 

Ties, A. E., O.BE., M.B., B.S. 
Lond., F.R.C.S. 

Hd. ofDept. (C.) Lectr. 
Chambers, E. R., F.R.C.S.E., 
D.O.M.S. (C.). 

i Recognized Teacher. 

Path, and Bacteriology 

Hall, I. W., M.D., Ch.B. Mane. 

(Path.) Prof. 

Fraser, A. D., M.A., B.Sc., M.B., 

Ch.B. Glas., D.P.H. Demr. 

Taylor, A. L , M.D., Ch.B. Leeds. 

Demr. 

Magee, V., M.B., B.Ch, B.A.O. 
Belf., D P.H. Demr, 

Pharmacology and Therap. 
Neild, Newman, M.B., Ch.B. 
Mane., F.R.C.P. Lectr. (C.). 
Physio-Therapeutics [Lectr. 
Christofferson, P, E., M.B., Ch.B. 

Pubhc Health 

Parry, R. H., MB., B.S. Lond., 
M.R.C.S., D.P.H. Lectr, 

(C.) -Clinical Lectr. 



Radio-Therapy [(C. ). 

Mayes, F J. A., M.R C S ,L R.C P. 
Bergin, F. G., M.R C.S., L.R.C.P. 

(Skiagraphy) (C.). 

2 Recognized Teachers in Radiol. 

Surgery 
Short, A R., M.D., BS, B Sc. 

Lond., F.R.C.S. Prof.* 

Walters, C. F., F.R.C.S. (C.)- 
Moore, C. A , MS, M.B. Lond., 

Ch.M., F.R C.S. (C.). 

Chitty, H., M.B., M.S. Lond., 

F.R C.S. (C.). 

Adams, A. W., M.B., M.S. Lond., 

F.R.C.S. (C.). 

Tasker, D. G. C, M.B., M.S. Lond*, 

B.Sc., F.R.C.S. (C.). 

FitzGibbon, G M., M.D., B.S., 

F.R.C.S. (C.). 

Wood, D., F.R C.S. Sr. Tutor (C.) . 
Jackman, W. A., M.B., Ch.B. 

(C) Jr. Tutor. 
Griffiths, S. J. H., M.B., Ch.B., 

F.R.C.S. (C.) Jr. Tutor. 

I Recognized Teacher, 



Dentistry 
Dental Anat. 
Nichols, F. C, M.B., Ch.B., 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C P., L.D.S. 
Dental Mechanics Lectr. 

Wing, J. C., L.D.S. Lectr. 

Dental Surgery 
Fawn, G. F., M,C., B.D.S., 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Hd. of Dept. (C.) Lectr. 
Nichols, F. C. (C.). 

KettleweU, N. H., H.D.D. Edrn., 

L.D.S. (C.) Tutor. 

Rigg, S. K., L.D,S., LR.C.P., 

L.R.C.S E. Tutor. 

Lennox, W. J., B.D.S. Tutor. 
Simmonds, N. H., L.D.S. Tutor. 

Orthodontics 
Kettlewell, N. H. Asst. Lectr. 

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University Extension 

Director of Extra-mural studies Nicholson, J. H , M A. (v. Educn ). 
Etheridge Special Lectr. in Internat. Relations A. S. Newell, M A , 
Brown Univ., U S.A. Extra-mural Lecturers : 37 members of the staff, 
including 17 for Tutorial Classes and 2 lor Preparatory Classes. 

Resident Tutors: Gloucester Salt, W. E., MA. Sheff., B.Com. 
Mane. ; Taylor, W. R , B Sc (Econ ) Lond Somerset Cair, S. H , 
B Sc. (Econ ) Lond. ; Dalston, S. B., B.A Camb. Dorset Dacombe, 
Marianne R, MA. Ox Wilts Douglas-Smith, A. E., M.A. Camb 
Forest of Dean Dowdell, A , B A. Ox. 

Social Work, Theory and Practice of i Recognized Teacher. 
Training Course for Health Visitors 5 Recognized Teachers. 

ASSOCIATED INSTITUTIONS, in which specialized teaching 
is given or facilities for research are afforded : 

Agriculture 

LONG ASHTON RESEARCH STATION (Dept. of Agriculture and Horticulture), 
Long Ashton, Bristol. Director and Univ. Prof, of Agric. Biol., B. T. P. 
Barker, M.A. Camb. Staff with the standing of Lectrs. in the Univ. : Deputy 
Director, T. Wallace, M.C., D.Sc. Durh., A.I.C. (CHem.). Bio-Chem. F. Tutin, 
M.Sc. ; J. O. Jones, M.Sc. Wales ; V. L. S Charley, B.Sc. (BnologyQ. 
Grove, M.Sc. Entomol.-^C. L. Walton, Ph D. Wales, M.Sc. ; H. G. H. Kearns, 
B.Sc. Lond., Ph.D. Camb., Dip. Agric. (Econ. E.). MycoL, Econ. L. Ogilvic, 
M.A., B Sc. Aberd., M.Sc. Camb. My col R. W. Marsh, M.A. Camb. Pomology 
G. T. Spmks, M.A., Dip. Agr. Camb. ; T. Swarbnck, M.Sc., Ph.D. Leeds. 
Wallow Growing H. P. Hutchinson, B.Sc. Lond. With the standing of 
Asst. Lectrs. in the Umv. : Plant Physiol. J. C. Hinton, B.Sc., Ph.D. Leeds ; 
Miss E. S. Smyth, B.Sc, Ph.D. 4 other Lectrs., 13 Lab. and Plantation 
staff. See also App. XXIV. I (6). 

BERKELEY SQUARE ADVISORY CENTRE. Staff with the standing of Lectrs. 
in the Univ. : Agric. Chem.A.. W. Ling, M.Sc., N.D.A. Agric. Econ.C. V. 
Dawe, M.Com. Leeds. Vet. Sa.~ D. W. Mcnzics, M.R.C.V.S. With the stand- 
ing of Asst. Lectr. in the Univ. : Dairy Bactenol. C. S. Miles, B.Sc. Reading, 
N.D.D. 

CAMPDEN FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PRESERVING STATION, CAMPDEN, GLOS. 
For instruction and experimentation on a commercial scale. With the standing 
of Lectrs. in the Univ. : Resident Director, F. Hirst, M.Sc., A.R.C.S. (Micro- 
Biol.) ; W. B. Adam, M.A., A.I.C, (Chem.). See also App. XXIV. I. (6). 

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, CIRENCESTER. Principal and Univ. 
Reader in Agric., R. Bontflour, M.Sc. Durh. With the standing of Teachers 
in the Univ. : Agric. J. F. H. Thomas, M.Sc. Lond., N.D.A. ; P. S. Brown, 
B.Sc.Agr., N.D.A.; H. E. Wells, B.Sc.Agr , N.D.A., N.D.D. Agric. Sci. 
G. Redington, D.Sc. Aberd. ; E. Shaw, B.Sc. Durh. Estate Management P. E. 
Tyhurst. Forestry A. D. C. Le Sueur, B.Sc.Agr., F.S.I., Dip. For. Vet. Sci. 
A. C. Duncan, B.Sc.Agr., F.R.C.V.S. 

Domestic Science 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE TRAINING COLLEGE OF DOMESTIC SCIENCE, GLOUCESTER. 
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Dom. Sci., Ruth Whitaker. Staff with the standing of Teachers in the Univ. : 
Cookery Gladys J. K. Lockhcad, Edith A Wnght. Dressmaking Florence 
E Riddell. Housewifery Alice M. Kaye. Laundry Work Ethel Henney. 
Method Dorothy Clayton. Needlework Kate A. VoUer. Sci. Evelyn M. 
Hale, B.Sc. Columbia. 

NATIONAL TRAINING COLLEGE OF DOMESTIC SUBJECTS, 72-78 Buckingham 
Palace Rd., London, S.W.i. For practical course for B.Sc. in Dom. Sci. 
Principal and Untv. Lectr. in Dom. Econ., E. Gladys Clarke, O.B.E. Staff with 
the standing of Teachers in the Umv. : Cookery Mary C. Underbill (and all 
Dom. subjects), Janie Clark. Edn. and Craft Charlotte M. Hutchinson. 
English and Edn. Evelyn Lawrence, B.Sc. Econ., Ph.D. Lond. Laundry 
Work, etc. Hylda M. Lancaster. Needlework Gladys E. Quick, "Emily 
Wallbank (and Dressmak^ng). Sci. Hilda Shaw, B.Sc. Lond. Sci. and Craft 
Patience Dumas, B.Sc. Lond. 

Education (for Kindergarten Training) 

REDLAND HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, BRISTOL, Recognized Teacher Miss 
H. Philips. 

COLSTON'S GIRLS' SCHOOL, BRISTOL. Recognized Teacher Miss M. 
Witney, B.A. Lond. 

CLIFTON HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Recognized Teacher Margaret K. 
Elliott. 

Theology (the following are members of the Univ staff in Theol. subjects 
for the B.A.) 

BAPTIST COLLEGE, BRISTOL. Principal, Rev. A. Dakin, B.D. Lond., D.Th. 
Held. Rev. F. E. Robinson, B.A., B.D. Load., M.A. 

WESTERN COLLEGE, BRISTOL. Principal, Rev. R. S. Franks, M.A. Camb., 
D.Litt. Ox., LL.D. 

THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE, SALISBURY. Principal, Rev. Chancellor C. T. 
Dunont, D.D. Ox., M.A. ; Rev. S. P. T. Prideaux, D.D. Ox. ; Rev. A. J. G. 
Hawes, B,D,, Ph.D. Lond. ; Rev. C, P. S. Clarke, M A. Ox. ; Rev. J. D. How, 
M.A. Ox. 

ST. BONIFACE MISSIONARY COLLEGE, WARMINSTER. Principal, Rev. E. C. 
West, M.A. Camb. ; Vice-Principal, Rev. C. B. Moss, M.A. Ox., B.D,, T.C.D. ; 
Rev. A. R. Bellars, M.A. Camb. and Brist. ; Rev. J. F. Clayton, M.A. Ox. ; 
Rev. T. P. Backhouse, M.A. Camb. ; R. Bridle, B.A. Lond. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

University College, Bristol, founded in 1876, was dissolved in 1909 on the 
incorporation by Royal Charter of the Univ. of Bristol. The main buildings, 
including a large extension recently opened which cost 500,000, a new building 
for the accommodation of the Physics department (cost 200,000), and other 
projected additions, when complete, will cover a site of 16 acres near the centre 
of the city on high ground adjoining residential districts. The Municipal 
Museum and Art Gallery adjoin. 

The TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF THE SOCIETY OF MERCHANT VENTURERS 
provides accommodation for and maintains the Faculty of Engineering of 
the University. Dean of the Faculty Prof. Andrew Robertson, D.Sc. 

LIBRARIES, 92,500 vols. LABORATORIES : Scientific, Medical, and Engineering, 
all equipped for purposes of research. Hospitals available for clinical study, 
2 General (668 beds), Children and Women (100), Eye (40), in all 808 beds. 



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FACULTIES. Arts, Science, Medicine, Engineering. Deans : Prof. Field 
(Philosophy), Prof. W. E. Garner (Physical Chemistry), Prof. Fawcett 
(Anatomy), Prof. A. Robertson (Mech. and Mining Eng.). 

Special Departments. Education (places for 180 men and 180 women 
students) ; Law ; Agriculture and Horticulture ; Pathological Laboratory (for 
investigation of epidemic and other outbreaks, examination of waters and 
foods. 

ADMISSION. See Appendix XXII. 

DEGREE COURSES. B.A., B.A. (Com.), B.Sc., B.Sc. in Agriculture, B.Sc. in 
Engineering 3 yrs., including at least 2 in the Univ. ; Honours in Arts and 
Pure Science 4 yrs., except for those who enter with Higher School Certif. ; 
B.Sc. in Domestic Science 4 yrs. ; by research in case of a graduate of 
another Univ. 2 yrs. ; M.B., Ch.B. 5 yrs , after passing a Prelim. Science 
examn. in Chem. and Physics ; B.D.S. 5 yrs., including at least 3 in the Univ. 

Instruction given in Theological subjects in the Associated Colleges to 
undergraduates of the Univ. by the Principal or teachers mentioned above is, 
for the purpose of the B.A. degree, deemed to be given in and by the Univ. 

Post-graduate medical studies are under the direction of the Prof, of 
Pathology, who arranges for weekly afternoon demonstrations and discussions 
in April and May. Fee for the course, i guinea. 

HIGHER DEGREES. M.A , D.Litt. ; M.Sc., D.Sc. (hi Pure Sc. or Engineer- 
ing) ; Ch.M., M.D. ; Ph.D. (see p. 18). Graduates of other Univs. are placed 
practically on the same footing as graduates of Bristol as far as regards 
facilities for proceeding to all these except the Medical Degrees. Candidates 
who graduate with Honours in Science may take the M.Sc. one yr. later. 
Otherwise the Mastership is not granted within 2 yrs. after graduating. The 
M.D. may be taken 2 yrs. after graduating in Med., the D.Litt. 4 yrs. after the 
M.A., and the D.Sc. 4 yrs. (3, if devoted to original work in the Univ.) after 
the M.Sc. 

DIPLOMAS. Education (post-graduate) i yr., L.D.S. 4 yrs., D.P.H. (for 
fully registered medical practitioners of 2 yrs.' standing), 9 months, D.V.S.M. 
(for M.R.C.V.S. of i yr.'s standing), Engineering 3 yrs. 

CERTIFICATES. Testamur in Educn., i yr. ; Testamur in Social Study, 2 
or (Higher Testamur) 3 yrs. ; Testamur in Biology, i yr. ; Engineering 
Apprentices, 2 yrs. 

FEES. Matricn., 3 gs. ; Registration, i : tos ; Tuition, annual, B.A., 24 
gs., Theol. Students (ist year only), 20 gs. ; B.Sc., 30 gs. ; B.Sc. in Engin., 
40 gs. (Lab. practice alone, 4 gs. per term for one day a week) ; M.B., Ch.B., 
entire curriculum, 205 gs. ; B.D.S., including mech. lab. and hospl. practice, 
215 gs. ; Testamur in Social Study, 2 yrs., 27 gs. ; Degree examns. (including 
Graduation), B.A. or B.Sc., 9$ gs. ; M.D., 24 gs. ; M.D.S., 24 gs. ; M.A. 
and M.Sc., 9^ gs. ; Ph.D., 13 gs. Univ. Union, 3 : 33. per annum. 

RESEARCH. The Colston Research Society devotes annually about 400 to the 
promotion of Research m the Univ. It offers, preferably to Bristol graduates, 
fellowships of 150 each, the money being provided by donors, who are allowed 
to determine the subject of the research and, subject to the approval of the 
Board of the Faculty, to nominate the holder. The donor has a right of 
access to the research work and to receive the result of it 12 months prior to 
publication. 

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR GRADUATES. 160 for research in Engin. ; 40 and 31 
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Metall. research ; 30 for study in English Lit. ; studentship in Mod. Langs., 
80 ; Studentship in Philosophy, 100. 

RESIDENCE. Mortimer House and Wills Hall for men from 75 p.a.; 
Clifton Hill House and Manor Hall for women students from 60 gs. p.a. 

TUTOR TO WOMEN STUDENTS. May C. Staveley, M.A. 

APPOINTMENTS BOARD. Secy., T. A. Leach, M.A. 

For FORMER STUDENTS there is an Association of Alumni. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION. A Joint Board was formed in 1922 consisting of 
representatives of the Univ. of Bristol, the Univ. College of the South-west of 
England, Exeter, and the Univ. College of Southampton. Secy. J. H. 
Nicholson, M.A., Director of Extra-mural Studies, The University, Bristol. 

Co-operation with Rural Community Councils. The Univ. appoints 3 
representatives to the R.C.C. of Gloucestershire and Somerset respectively. 
The Director of Extra-mural Studies in the Univ. is Chairman of the Gloucester- 
shire R.C.C., and Chairman of the Education Committee of each of the two 
Councils. Both Rural Community Councils contribute to the salary of whole- 
time tutors for Adult Education, appointed by the Univ. for those Counties. 

Schemes for Wiltshire and Dorset have been organized in co-operation with 
the Education Committees for these Counties, each of which contributes to the 
salary of a whole-time tutor. A scheme for the Forest of Dean has been 
organized in conjunction with the Educational Settlements Assn. 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar (Oct.) ; Faculty prospectuses issued in June ; 
annual report of Council; Pamphlets on Extension Lectures (with list of 
lectures on the Bristol, Southampton, and Exeter panels), Handbook and 
Directory of Adult Education, Public Lectures, Halls of Residence, Regns. for 
Matricn. and for School Certif. Examns. (Examn. PaperSj is. 3d. per set post 
free) ; Students' Mag. Nonesuch, is. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

NEW BUILDINGS. Manor Hall, the new Hall of Residence for women, now 
in use. It provides 100 study-bedrooms, a spacious dining-hall, common- 
rooms and a library. 

NEW DEPARTMENTS AND POSTS. Readerships (for present Lecturers) in 
Imperial Hist., Econ. and Med. Chem. ; Lectureships in Italian (provided by 
the Italian Govt.), Pharmacol. and Civil Engin. ; Recognized Teachership 
in Agnc. Sci. (Royal Agricultural Coll., Cirencester). 

OTHER DEVELOPMENTS. A new degree of B. A. (Comm.) instituted. Candi- 
dates are required to have included in their matncn. subjects at least one 
modern foreign lang. and either Maths, or a Classical lang. The Intermediate 
part of the curriculum includes Econ , a modern foreign lang., Geog., and one 
of the following : a second modern foreign lang., Maths., Econ. Hist. The 
final part includes Principal subjects to be studied for 2 yrs. Econ. (including 
Statistics, Banking, Public Finance and Industrial Organisation), a modern 
foreign lang. ; Subsidiary subjects to be studied for i yr. Commercial Law, 
Economic Geog., either an addnl. foreign lang. or Accountancy or Public 
Administration. 

CHANGES IN REGULATIONS. The regulations for the B.A. degree amended 
by the inclusion of separate Hons. Schools in Greek and in Latin : also by the 
addition of Italian as a subject for the Intermediate examn. 



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The regulations for the M.B., Ch.B. degrees amended as follows: (i) 
Students are no longer required to take an examn. in Elementary Anat. , (2) 
Students are now required to attend the Dept. of Obstetrics during 5 mos., of 
which they shall reside for 2 mos. in one of the Clinical Instns. recognized by 
the Univ. 

EXTRA-MURAL WORK. In rural areas the work is organized by Resident 
Tutors (44 centres in Gloucestershire, 53 in Somerset) ; 40 short courses, and 
256 lectures were given. 

VISITS OF TEACHERS. From other Universities : Dr. R. Beebee (Amherst 
Coll.), U.S.A., pursued research in the Dept. of Chemistry during 6 mos.' leave of 
absence. Prof. Gilbert Murray (Oxford) gave the Lewis Fry lectures on " Two 
Criticisms of Tradition in Greek Tragedy." Prof. Neils Bohr (Univ. of Copen- 
hagen) gave the H. H. Wills Memorial Lecture on " Space-time Continuity in 
Atomic Physics." Prof. Desseignet (Univ. of Reading), Prof. Inebmt (Univ. 
of Leeds), Prof. Rene Jasinslu (Univ. of Lille), and Monsieur Garran, Consul 
General of France in London, lectured to the French Circle. Prof. Willoughby 
(Univ. Coll., London) addressed the German Society. To other Universities : 
Prof. Crofts gave the Byron Lecture at Univ. Coll , Nottingham. 

RETIREMENTS AND DEATHS. Retirements : Prof. E. W. Hey Groves (Sur- 
gery) ; Prof. D. C Rayner (Obstetrics). Resignations : J. W. Gough (Hist.), 
on appointment as Tutor in Hist, at Oriel College, Oxford ; Peter Haworth 
(English), on appointment to the Chair of English at Rhodes College, Grahams- 
town, South Africa , A. A. Malan (French) ; Bertha Swirles (Maths.) ; A. 
Wilfrid Adams (Anat.) ; Rev. A. T. Richardson (St. Boniface Missionary Coll., 
Warnnnster Theological Subjects) ; Celeste L. G. McVicker (Housewifery), 
Margaret B. C. Stewart (Chem.) (Gloucestershire Training Coll. of Domestic 
Sci.) ; C. V. Salmon, Resident Tutor. Deaths : W. W. Ward, Member of 
Council ; Thora G. Stone, Lectr. in Education ; I. G. Sutherland, Asst. Lectr. 
in Dental Surg. (Orthodontics) ; Sir Harry Reichel, Hon. Graduate. 

HONORARY DEGREES. LL.D. Henry B. Napier; Rev. Canon Henry 
Sewell ; Charles E. Barry. 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 589 men, 329 women, including 71 men and 
63 women graduates. Part-time : total, 17 men, 38 women, including i man 
and i woman graduate. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. B.A., 10 m., 8 w. ; B.A. Hons., 21 m., 30 w. ; B.Sc., 
13 m., 7 w. ; B.Sc. Hons., 18 m., 3 w. ; B.Sc. (Dom. Sc.), 7 w. ; B.Sc. (Agr.), 
4 m. ; M.B., Ch.B., n m., i w. ; M.B., Ch.B. Hons., 3 m. ; B.Sc. Eng., 14 m. ; 
B.Sc. Eng. Hons., 12 m. ; M.A., n m., i w. ; M.Sc., 3 m., 2 w. ; Ph.D., 6 m. ; 
D.Sc., i m. ; M.D., i m. 



UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE 

CHANCELLOR Rt. Hon. STANLEY BALDWIN, M.A , Hon. LL.D. Trinity. 

VICE-CHANCELLOR WILL SPENS, C.B.E., M.A , Master of Corpus Christi 
Coll. 

HIGH STEWARD His Grace the DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE, K.G., G.C.M.G., 
G.C.V.O., B.A., Hon. LL.D Trinity. 

DEPUTY HIGH STEWARD Rt. Hon. BARON HANWORTH, K.B.E., M.A. 
Trinity, Master of the Rolls. 

COMMISSARY Hon. Mr. JUSTICE MACNAGHTEN, K.B.E f K.C., M.A. 
Trinity. 

PROCTORS C. W. GUILLEBAUD, M.A. St. John's ; J. W. C. TURNER, 
M.A. Trinity Hall. 

ORATOR T. R. GLOVER, M.A. St. John's. 
REGISTRARY E. HARRISON, M.A. Trinity. 

FIRST ASSISTANT REGISTRARY AND SECRETARY OF THE GENERAL BOARD 
OF THE FACULTIES R. E. PRIESTLEY, MA. Clare; ASSISTANT 
REGISTRARY AND SECRETARY OF THE BOARD OF EXAMINATIONS 
H. CLAYE, M.A. Gonville and Cains 

LIBRARIAN A. F. SCHOLFIELD, M.A. King's. 
TREASURER T. KNOX-SHAW, M.A. Sidney Sussex. 

REPRESENTATIVES IN PARLIAMENT Sir J. J. WITHERS, CB.E., M.A., 
LL.D. St. Catharine's and King's ; G. H A WILSON, O.B.E., M.A. 
Clare. 

NOTE. The Colleges and Heads of Colleges are given on pp. 47 ff. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

Aeronautics, v. Engineering Green, H. L. H. H., M.A. Sid. 

Demr. 

Agriculture, v. infra Manton, Miss S. M., M.A., Ph.D. 

Girton 

Anatomy, v. also Zool. Demr. in Comparative A. 

Wilson, J. T., M.A. Joh., LL.D., Pennell, V.C., M.A., M.B., B.Chir. 

M.B., F.R.S. Prof. Pemb. Demr. 

Duckworth, W. L. H., M.D., Sc.D. - , ~ ^ 

JeMHum^ Rjte. chfdk H M,M.A.Cla,e 

Sheaxer, C., Sc.D. da. (Embryo- mxiagion and Bosworth Prof. 

logy) Lectr, 

Appleton, A. B., M.D. Down. Anthropology 

FeH, W. A., M.A. Sid. Demr. Sayce, R. U., M.A. Cath. (Mat. 

Reid, D. G., M.A. Trin. Demr. Cult, and Phys. A.) Lectr, 

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Anthropology, Social 
Hodson, T. C, M.A. Chr. 

William Wyse Prof. 
Arabic, v. Oriental 

Archeology, v, also Classical A., 

Classics, Orient Langs. 
Minns, E. H., Litt.D. Pemb. 

Disney Prof. 

Burkitt, M. C., M.A. Trin. Lectr. 
de Navarro, J. M., M.A. Tnn. Lectr. 
Lectr. 

Architecture, School of 
Fyfe, D. T., M.A. Pemb., 
F.R.I.B.A. Director & Lectr. 

Art [Slade Prof of Fine Art. 



Lecturers * 

Fyfe, D. T., M.A. Pemb. 
Tomlinson, H., M.A. Chr. 
Checktey, G., M.A. Demr. 

Assyriology, v. Oriental Langs. 

Astronomy [Plumian Prof. 

Eddington, Sir A. S , M.A. Tnn., 

D.Sc. Durh., F.R.S. 
Smart, W. M. f M.A. Trin. 

Chief Asst. & Adams Astronomer. 
Green, H. E., M.A. Second Asst. 

Astron. & Geom. [Lowndean Prof. 
Baker, H. F., Sc.D. Joh. 

Astrophysics 

Stratton, F. J. M., D.S.O., M.A. 

Cai. Prof. 

WormeU, T. W., M.A., Ph.D. Joh. 

Obs in Meteorological Phys. 

Butler, C. P., A.R.C.Sc. 

ist Sen. Solar Physics Observer. 
Moss, W. 2nd Senior Observer. 
Dobbie, J. C., M.A. Trin. 

Junior Observer. 
Bibliography [Sandars Reader. 
Keynes, G. L., M.D. Pern. 

Biochemistry 
Hopkins, Sir F. G., M.A. Trin. 

Sir W. Dunn Prof. 

Sir W. Dunn Reader. 

Hele, T. S., M.D. Emm. Lectr. 



Dixon, M , Ph.D., Sc.D. Emm. 

Lectr. 

Needham, N. J. T. M., M.A., Ph.D 
Cai. Demr 

Biology 

Keilin, D., MA. Magd., F R.S 
(Dir of Molteno Inst. of 
Parasitology) Quick Prof. 

Botany, v. also Agric. 
Seward, A. C., Sc.D. Down. Prof. 
Blackman, F. F., M.A. Joh. 

Reader. 

Brooks, F. T., M.A. Emm., F.R.S , 
(Mycol.) Reader. 

Lecturers : 

Thomas, H. H., Sc.D. Down. 
Briggs, G. E, M.A. Joh. (Plant 

Physiol). 

Gilbert-Carter, H., M.A. Trin. 
Maskell, E. J., M A., Ph.D. Emm. 

(Plant Physiol). 

Dowson, W. J., M.A. Chr. (Mycol.). 
Godwin, H., M.A., Ph.D. Cla. 

Demr. 
Harris, T. M., M.A., Ph.D. Chr. 

Demr. 

Chemistry, v. also Bio-, Phys. 
Inorg and Stereo-C. and Prev. 
Med. 

Pope, Sir Wm J , K B.E., M.A. 
Sid. Prof 

Janson, S. E., B A. Cai. 

Asst. to Prof. 
Lecturers : 

McCombie, H., MA. King's 
Mann, F. G., Ph.D., Sc.D , Trin. 
Palmer, W. G., M.A. Joh. 

Demonstrators : 
Bowden, F. P., Ph.D., Cai. 
Berry, A. J., M.A. Down 
Durrant, P. J., M.A., Ph.D. Selw. 
Kipping, F. B., M.A., Ph.D. Trin. 
Scarborough, H. A., M.A. Cla. 
Stockdale, D., M.A., Ph.D. King's 

Chemistry, Inorganic 
Lennard-Jones, J. E,, Ph.D. Trm., 
D.Sc. Mane. 

J. H. Plummer Prof. 



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Chemistry, Physical 
Lowry, T. M., C.B.E., M.A. 

Trin. H Prof. 

Rideal, E. K., M.A. Trin. H, 

F.R.S. (Colloid Sci.) Prof. 
Nornsh, R G W., M.A, PhD. 

Emm. H. O. Jones Lectr. 

Classical Archaology 
Cook, A. B., Litt.D. Qu. 

Laurence Prof. 

Classics [Reg. Prof. 

Robertson, D.S , M.A. Trin. (Greek) 

Housman, A. E., M.A. Trm 

(Latin) Kennedy Prof. 

Sheppard, J. T., M.A. King's. 

Brereton Reader. 
Angus, Rev. C. F., M.A Trin. H. 
Perceval Maitland 
Laurence Reader. 
Charlesworth, M. P., M.A. Job. 

(Anc. Hist.) Laurence Reader. 

Lawrence, A. W., M.A. Ox. (Class. 

Archaeol ) Laurence Reader. 

Lecturers : 

Angus, Rev. C. F., M.A. Trin. H. 

Bacon, Miss J. R., M.A. Girton. 

Campbell, S. G., M.A. Chr. (Epi- 
graphy and Dialects). 

Deas, H. T., M.A. Cai. 

Edmonds, J. M., M.A. Jes. 

Gardner, R., M.A. Emm. 

Glover, T. R , M.A. Jon. (Ancient 
History) . 

Gow, A. S. R, M.A. Trin. 

Greenwood, L. H. G., M.A. Emm. 

Hackforth, R., M.A. Sid. 

HaUward, B. L., M.A. Pet. 

Jones, W. H. S., Litt.D. Cath. 

Lawson, J. C., M.A. Pemb. 

Morris, G. G., M.A. Corp. 

Peck, A. L., M.A., Ph.D. Chr. 

Rackham, H., M.A. Chr. 

Rattenbury, R. M., M.A. Trin. 

Sandbach, F. H., M.A. Trin. 

Seltman, C. T., M.A. Qu. 

Sheppard, J. T., M.A. King's. 

Sills, H. H., M.A. King's. 

Toynbee, Miss J., M.A. Newn. 



Vernon Jones, V. S., M.A. Magd. 

Divinity, v. also Orient. Langs. 
Creed, Rev. J. M., D.D. Joh. 

Ely Prof. 
Barnes, W. E., D D. Pet. 

Hulsean Prof. 

Bethune-Baker, Rev. J. F., D.D. 
Pemb. Lady Margaret's Prof. 
Burkitt, F. C., D.D. Trin. 

Korrisian Prof. 
Raven, Rev. C. E., D.D. Emm. 

Reg. Prof. 

Whitney, Rev. J. P., D D. Emm. 
(Eccles. Hist ) Dixie Prof. 
White-Thomson, Rt Rev. L J., 
D D. King's 

(Past. Theol.) Lectr. 
Wood, H. G., M.A. Jes. 

Hulsean Lectr. 
Bouquet A. C., D.D. Trin. 

(Philos. of Religion) Stanton 
Lectr. 

Other Lecturers : 
Boys Smith, J. S., M.A. Joh. 
Burnaby, Rev. H., M.A. Emm. 
Chase, Rev. G. A., M.A. Trin. H. 
Gardner-Smith, Rev. P., M.A., 

B.D Jes. 
Hoskyns, Rev. Sir E. C., M.A. 

Corp. 

Marsh, Rev. F. S., M.A. Selw. 
Smith, Rev. B. T. D., B.D. Sid. 
Telfer, Rev. W., M.A. Cla. 
Wood, Rev. C. T., B.D. Qu. 

Lady Margaret's Preacher : 
Simpson, Rev. F. A., M.A. Trin, 

Economics and Politics, v. also 
Pol. Econ. [Reader. 

Robertson, D. H., M.A. Trin, 

Lecturers : 
Alston, L., M.A. Chr. 
Clark, C. G. (Statistics). 
Dobb, M. H., M.A. Pemb. 
Evans, I. L., M-A. Joh. 
GuiUebaud, C. W., M.A. Joh. 
Hollond, Mrs., Girton. 



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Robinson, E. A G., M.A. Sid. 
Rowe, J. W. F., M.A. Trin. 
Shove, G. F., M.A. King's 

Girdlers' Lectr. 
Thatcher, W. S., M.A. 



Education 
Fox, C., M A. Chr. 



Lectr. 



Asst. Lecturers : 
Williamson, R. S., M.A. Chr. 
Meldrum, R., M.A. Joh. 

Engineering, v. infra 

English, v. also Anglo-Saxon 
Qmller-Couch, Sir A. T., M.A. Jes 
K. Ed. VII. Prof. 
Lecturers : 

Attwater, A. L., M A. Pemb. 
Bennett, H. S., M.A. Emm. 
Coulton, G. G., Litt.D. Joh. 
Downs, B. W., M.A. Chr. 
Forbes, M. D., M.A. Cla. 
Henn, T. R , M.A. Cath. 
Lucas, F. L , M.A. King's. 
Murray, Miss H. M. E. A. R., M.A. 

Girton. 

Potts, L. J., M.A. Qu. 
Richards, I. A., M.A., Litt.D. 

Magd. 

TiUyard, E. M. W., M.A. Jes. 
Welsford, Miss E. E. H., M.A. 

Newn. 

Entomology 

Imins, A. D., M.A. Chr. Reader. 

Thorpe, W. H., M.A., Ph.D. Jesus 

Lectr. 

Entomology, Agricultural, v. 
Agriculture infra 

Forestry, v. Agriculture infra 

French [Drapers Prof, 

Prior, O. H. P., M.A Joh. 
Stewart, Rev. H. F., D.D. Trin. 

Reader. 

Beves, D. H., M.A. King's Lectr. 

Chaytor, Rev. H. J., LittD. Cath. 

Lectr. 

Stokoe, F. W., M.A. Cai. Lectr. 



Vulliamy, E. O , M.A. King's Lectr. 
Seznec, J. J., Agr. de L. Paris 

Teacher. 

Genetics [Arthur Balfour Prof. 
Punnett, R. C , M.A. Cai. 

Geodesy 

Lenox-Conyngham, Col. Sir G. P., 
M.A. Trin. Reader. 

BuUard, E. C , B.A., Ph.D. Cla. 

Demr. 
Geography 
Debenham, F., M.A. Cai. Prof. 

Lecturers : 

Craster, J. E. E., Hon. M.A. Down. 
Darby, H. C., M.A., Ph.D. King's. 
Stanners, R. W., M.A. Cai, 
Steers, J. A., M.A. Cath. 
Willis, Miss M. S., M.A. Girton 

Demr. 

Geology, v. also Mineral , Petrol. 
Jones, O. T., M.A. Cla., F.R.S. 

Woodwardian Prof. 

Nicholas, T. C., O.B.E , M.A. Trin. 

Lectr. 

Elles, MissG.L.,Newnham Lectr. 
Bernal, J. D., M.A. Emm. (Struct. 
Crystallography) Lectr. 

Bullman, O. M. B., Ph.D. Sid. 

Demr. 
Geophysics 
Jeffreys, H., M.A. Joh. Reader. 

German 

Williams, R. A., M.A. Cath., Litt.D. 
Dub., Ph.D. Leipzig 

Schroder Prof. 

Bennett, E. K., M.A. Cai. Lectr. 
Butler, Miss E. M., M.A. Newn. 

Lectr. 

Knight, A. H. J., M.A. Trin. Lectr. 
Rosteutscher, J., Ph.D. Bresl. 

Teacher. 
Hebrew, v. Oriental 

History 

Lecturers : 

Benians, E. A., M.A. Joh. 
Brooke, Z. N., Litt.D. Cai. 



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Butler, J. R. M., M.A. Trin. 
Butterfield, H., M A. Pet. 
Cam, Miss H. M., M A. Girton. 
Crawley, C W., M.A , Trm. H. 
Elliott, C. A., M.A. Jes. 
Evennett, H. O , M.A. Tnn. 
Jones, Miss M. G., M.A. Girton. 
Jordan, W. E., M.A. Selw. 
Kitson Clark, G. S. R., M.A. Trin. 
Laffan, Rev. R. G. D., M.A. Qu. 
Laurence, R. V., M.A. Trin. 
Manning, B. L., M.A. Jes. 
Passant, E. J., M.A. Sid. 
Perrett, G. B., M.A. Selw. 
Hckthorn, K. W. M., M.A. Corp. 
Previt-Orton, C. W., Litt.D. Job. 
Reddaway, W. F , M.A. King's. 
Salter, F. R., M.A. Magd. 
Simpson, Rev. F. A., M.A. Trin. 
Steel, A. B., M.A. Chr. 
Vellacott, P. C., M.A. Pet. 
Welbourne, E., M.A. Emm. 

History, Ancient t v. also Classics 
Adcock, F. E., M.A. King's Prof. 

History, Constitutional 
Lapsley, G. T., M.A. Trin. Reader. 

History, EccL t v. Div. 

History, Econ, 

Clapham, J. H., C.B.E., LittD. 

King's Prof. 

Fay, C. R., M.A. Chr. Reader. 

History, Indian [Lectr. 

Gaskoin, C. J. B., M.A. Jes. 

History, Modern [Reg. Prof. 
Trevelyan, G. M., M.A. Tnn. 
Temperley, H. W. V., O.B.E., 
Litt.D. Pet. Prof. 

History, Naval 
Rose, J. H., Litt.D. Chr. 

(till June 1933) Vere Harms- 
worth Prof. 
Hygiene, v. Med. 

Industrial Relations 
Hilton, John, M.A. 

Montague Burton Prof. 



Italian 

Prof. 

Bullough, E., M.A. Cai. Lectr. 
Butler, Miss K. T. B., M.A. Girton 
Lectr. 
Pettoello, D., Dr. Phil. Turin 

Teacher. 
Law, v. infra 

Logic, v. Philos. 

Mathematics, v. also Physics 
Dirac, P A. M., Ph.D. Joh. 

Lucasian Prof. 

Hardy, G. H., M.A. Trin. (Pure 
M ) Sadleirian Prof. 

Littiewood, J. E., M.A. Trin. 

Rouse Ball Prof. 
Lecturers : 
Besicovitch, A S., M A. Trin. 

Cayley Lectr. 
BurkiU, J. C., M.A. Pet. 
Cunningham, E., M.A. Joh. 
Dean, W. R., M.A , Trin. 
Goldstein, S., M A, Ph.D. Joh. 
Ingham, A. E., M.A. King's. 
Mayall, R. H. D., M.A. Sid. 
Mott, N. F., M A, Cai. 
Munro, A., M.A. Qu. 
Newman, M. H. A., M.A. Joh. 
Pars, L. A., M.A. Jes. 
Pollard, S., M.A. Trin. 
Room, T. G., M.A. Joh. 
Smart, W. M., M.A. Trin. 
Steen, S. W. P., M.A. Chr. 
Swain, Miss L. M., M.A. Newnham. 
White, F. P., M.A. Joh. 
Whittaker, J. M., M A. Pemb. 
Wood, P. W., M.A. Emm. 
Lamb, Sir H., M.A., Hon. Sc.D. 
Trin. Rayleigh Lectr. 

van der Waerden, Prof., B.L. 
(Leipzig Univ.} 

Rouse Ball Lectr. 

Medicine and Surgery, v. infra 

Metallurgy 

Hutton, R. S., M.A. Cla., D.Sc. 
Mane. Goldsmiths' Prof. 



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Meteorology, v. Astrophysics 

Military Studies 

Costello, Br.-Gen. E. W., V.C., 
CM G , D.S.O., M.A. Cai. 

Director. 

Mineralogy and Petrology 
Tilley, C. E., Ph D. Emm. Prof. 
PhilHps, F. C , M.A., Ph.D. Corp. 
Lectr. 
Rastall, R. H., M.A , Sc.D. Chr. 

Lectr. 
Phemister, T. C., D.Sc. Glas. 

Demr. 

Wooster, W. A., M.A., Ph.D. Pet. 
(Mineral ) Demr. 

Moral Science, v. Philos. 

Music [Prof. 

Dent, E. J., M.A., Mus.B. King's 
Rootham, C. B , Mus.D. Job. 

(Harmony and Counter- 
point) Lectr. 
Oriental Langs , v. infra 

Paleography , v. Classics 
Pavasitology, v. Biol. 
Petrology, v. Mineralogy 

Philology, Comparative 
Giles, P., Litt D. Emm. Reader 

Philosophy, Ancient 
Cornford, F, M., M.A. Tnn. 

Laurence Prof. 

Philosophy , Mental, and Logic 
Moore, G. E., Litt.D. Trin. Prof. 

Philos , Moral, v. also Psychol., 

Div. 
Sorley, W. R., LittD. King's 

Kmghtbndge Prof. 
Broad, C. D., Litt.D. Trin. 

Sidgwick Lectr. 
Braithwaite, R. B., M.A. King's 

Lectr. 
Ewing, A. C., M.A. Trin. H. Lectr, 

Philos,, Natural 
Wilson, C. T. R., M.A. Sid. 

Jacksonian Prof. 



Physics, v. also Philos., Nat. 

Rutherford, Lord, O.M., M.A., 

Hon Sc D. Trm., F.R.S. 

Cavendish Prof, of Expl. P. 
Thomson, Sir J J , O.M , M.A , 
Hon. Sc.D. Trm , F.R S. 

Prof. 

Fowler, R. H., M.A. Trin., F R S. 
(Math. P.) J H PlummerProf. 
Geiger, Prof. H. (Tubingen) 

Scott Lectr. 

Searle, G. F. C., Sc.D. Pet. (Expl. 
P.) Lectr. & Demr. 

Wood, A., M.A. Emm. Lectr 
Thirkill, H , M.A. Clare Lectr. 
Bedford, T. G., M.A. Sid. Lectr. 
Ellis. C. D., Ph.D. Trin. Lectr. 
Blackett, P. M. S., M.A. King's 

Lectr 

Cockcroft, J. D., M.A., Ph.D. Joh. 
Demr. 

Ratcliffe, J. A., M.A. Sid. Demr. 
Chadwick, J., Ph.D. Cai. 

Asst. Dir. Radioactive 

Research, Lectr. 
Kapitza, P., Ph.D. Trin. 

Asst. Dir. Magnetic Res. 
Physiology, v. also Agnc. [Prof. 
Barcroffc, J., C.B E., M.A. King's 
Shore, L. E., M.D. Joh. Lectr. 
Roughton, F. J. W., Ph D. Trin. 
Lectr in Physico-chemi- 
cal Aspects of P. 

Willmer, E. N., M.A. Joh. Lectr. 
Winton, F. R., M.D. Cla Lectr. 
Tunnicliffe, H. E , M.A. Cai. Demr. 
Matthews, B. H. C., M.A. King's 

Asst. Dir. Physiol. Res. 
Adair, G. S., M.A. King's 

Asst. Dir. Physiol. Res. 

Political Economy, v. also Econ. 

Pigou, A. C., M.A. King's Prof. 

Political Science 

Barker, E., Litt.D. Pet. Prof. 
Portuguese, v. Spanish 
Psychology, Exper., v. also Psy- 

chopathol. 

Bartlett, F. C., M.A. Joh., F.R.S. 
(Dir. of the Psych. Lab.) Prof. 



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Banister, H., Ph.D. Joh. Lectr. 
Grindley, G. C , B Sc. Brist Demr. 

Romance [Reader. 

Braunholtz, E. G. W,, M.A. King's 

Sanskrit, v. Oriental Langs. 

Scandinavian Studies 
Reddaway, W. F., M A. King's 

Director. 
Slavonic 
Goudy, A. P., M.A. Clare Lectr. 

Spanish and Portuguese 
Kirkpatrick, F. A., M.A. Trin 

(till 30.9.33) Reader. 

Vallejo, J. Teacher. 

Barker, J. W., Ph.D. Down. Lectr. 

Bullock, T. W, I., M.A. Qu. 

(Spanish) Lectr. 

Statistics 

Wishart, J., M.A, Cla. and Edin., 

D.Sc. Lond. Reader. 

Clark, C, G., B.A. Ox. Lectr. 

Stereochemistry 

Mills, W. H., M.A. Jes. Reader. 
Theology, v. Div. 

Zoology, v. also Animal Path., 

Entom., Med. Entom. 
Gardiner, J. S., M.A. Cai. Prof. 
Borradaile, L. A., Sc.D. Selw. 

Lectr. 

Potts, F. A., M.A. Trin. H. Lectr. 
Saunders, J. T., M.A. Chr. Lectr. 
Pantin, C. F. A., M A. Trin. 

Harding Lectr, 

Brindley, H. H., Joh. Demr. 

Pumphrey, R. J., M.A., Ph.D. 

Trin. H. Demr. 

Zoology, Experimental 
Gray, J., M,A., Sc.D. King's 

Reader. 

Zoology, Vertebrate 
Cooper, C. F., M.A. Trin. Reader. 

Agriculture 
v. also Biology 

Engledow, F. L., M.A. Joh. 

Drapers Prof. 



Lecturers * 

Mansfield, W. S., M.A. Emm. 
Line, J., M.A. Emm. 
Garner, F. H , M.A. Cla. 
Sanders, H. G., M.A., Ph.D. Joh. 

Agric. Biology 

Watkins, A. E., M.A Joh. (Cytol ) 

Lectr. 

Demr 

Agric. Chemistry 

Lecturers : 

Woodman, H. E., M.A. Down. 
Nicholson, H. H., M A. Selw. 

Agric. Econ. and History 
Venn, J. A., LittD. Qu. 

Gilbey Lectr. 
Agric. Physiology 
Marshall, F. H. A., C.B E., Sc.D. 
Car., F.R.S. Reader. 

Animal Pathology 
Buxton, J. B., M.A., F.R C.V.S , 
D.V.H. Prof. 

Entomology 
Thorpe, W. H., M.A., Ph.D. Jes. 

Lectr. 

Estate Management 
Dean, N., M.A. Trin. H. Lectr. 
Forestry 

Reader. 

Watt, A. S., Ph.D. Down. 

Gurney Lectr. 
Boulton, E. H. B., M.A. Cath. 

Lectr. 



Engineering 

Lecturers : 

Bird, A. L., M.A. Pet. 
Browne, A. D., M.A. Qu. 
Davenport, A. H., M.A. Sid. 
Dykes, F. J., M.A. Trin. 
Farren, W. S., M.A. Trin. 
Hayes, R. A., M.A. Trin. H. 
Landon, J.W.,M.A. Cla. (Mech. E.). 
Lubbock, R., M.A. Pet. 
Peake, A. H., M.A. Joh. 
Phear, H. W., M.A. Cai. 
Portway, D., M.A. Cath. 



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Spittle, J. T., M.A. Pemb. 
Turner, L. B., M.A. King's. 
Womersley, W. D., M.A. Emm. 
Woodward, W. E., M.A. Trin. 
Wyatt, T. C., M.A. Chr. 

Demonstrators 
Gough, G. S , M.A. Pemb. 
Sanders, T. R. B., M A. Corp. 
Angus, R. H., M.A. Sid. 

Aeronautical Engineering 
Jones, B. M., M,A. Emm. 

F. Mond Prof. 

Electrical Engineering 
Lamb, C. G., Sc.D. Cla. Reader. 

Mechanism and Appl. Mechanics 
Inglis, C. E., O.B.E., M.A. King's 

Prof. 

Thermodynamics 
Peel, T., MA Magd. 

Hopkinson Lectr. 

Law 

Lecturers : 

Barnes, H., M.A., LL.B. Jes. 
Carr, F., LL.D. Tnn. H. 
Duff, P. W., M.A. Trin. 
Lewis, T. E., Ph.D. Cai. 
Turner, J. W. "C., M.A., LL.B., 

Trin. H. 

Wade, E. C. S., M.A., LL.M. Cai. 
Whalley-Tooker, H. C, M.A., 

LL.M. Down. 
Ziegler, C. H., M.A., LL.M. Pemb. 

Law, Civil [Reg. Prof. 

Buckland, W. W., LL.D. Cai. 

Law, Comparative 
Guttendge, H. C., M.A., LL.M. 
Trin. H. Reader. 

Law, English 
Wmfield, P. H., LL.D. Jon. 

Rouse Ball Prof. 

Hollond, H. A., O.B.E., M.A., 
LL.M. Trin. Reader. 



Law, Internat. 
Higgins, A. Pearce, C.B E , LL.D., 

K.C. Trin. Whewell Prof. 
McNair, A. D., LL.D. Cai (Public 

Int. L ) Reader. 

Laws of England 
Hazeltine, H. D., Litt.D. Down. 
Downing Prof. 

Medicine 

(for subjects of the first 2 yrs. 
Anat, etc., v. supra) 

Hygiene, v. Prev. Med. 

Medical Chemistry 
Cole, S. W., M.A. Trin. Lectr. 

Medical Radiology 6 Electrology 

Barclay, A. E., M.D. Chr. Lectr. 

Stead, G., M.A. Cla. (Physics as 

applied to M.R.} Lectr. 

Mental Pathology, v. Psychopath. 

Pathology 

Dean, H. R., M.D. Trin. H. Prof. 
Webb, R. A., Ph.D. Pet. Lectr. 

Demrs. : 

Williamson, R., M.A. Cla. 
Spooner, E. T. C., M.A. Cla. 
Miles, A. A., M A. King's. 

Pathology, Special 
Drury, A. N , M D. Cai. 

Huddersfield Lectr. 

Pharmacology 
Holmes, E. G., M.D. Down. Lectr. 

Physic 
Brown, W. Langdon, M.D. Corp. 

Reg. Prof. 

Hele, T. S., M.D. Emm (Assessor 
to Reg. Prof. Physic). 

Preventive Medicine [Reader. 
Graham-Smith, G. S., M.D. Pemb. 



Law, Indian Psychopathology [Lectr. 

Campbell, A., M.A. Pemb. Lectr. MacCurdy, J. T., Sc.D. Corp. 



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Surgery 

Roderick, H. B., O.B.E , M.D , 
M.Chir Emm. Lectr. 



Oriental Languages 



Lectr. 

Arabic [Sir T. Adams's Prof. 
Nicholson, R. A., Litt.D. Trin. 
Bevan, A. A , M.A. Trin. 

Lord Almoner's Prof. 

Aramaic 
Lectr. 

Assynology [Eric Yarrow Lectr. 
Winckworth, C. P. T., M A. Chr. 

Bengah 
Samman, H. F., M.A. Emm. Lectr. 

Burmese 
Cooke, A. G , M.A. Emm. Lectr. 



Chinese 



Prof. 



Hebrew 
Cook, S. A., M.A , Litt D. Cai 

Reg. Prof. 

Hindi and Marathi 
Harrison, Lt.-Col. H., Hon. M.A. 
Cai. Lectr. 



Persian 
Levy, R., M.A. Chr. 



Lectr. 



Rabbimcs 
Loewe, H M J., M.A. Qu. Reader. 

Sanskrit 

Rapson, E. J. f M A. Job. Prof. 

Rouse, W. H. D., Litt.D. Chr. 

(S. and Pah) Lectr. 

Tamil and Telugu [Lectr. 

Krishnamma, J. R., MA. Emm. 

Urdu 
Grey, Lt.-Col. W. G., M.A. Cai. 

Lectr. 

Rede Lecturer 

1933 Prof. Sir Charles S. Sher- 
rington, O,M., G.B.E., M.D,, 
F.R.S. 

Leslie Stephen Lecturer 

1933 Prof A. E. Housman, M.A. 
Tnn. 

University Extension 
Stipendiary Lecturers, appointed 
by Board of Extra-mural 
Studies: P. L. Babington, 
M.A., LL.B. Joh. (James 
Stuart Lecturer), G. P. Bailey, 
Hon. M.A. (James Stuart 
Lecturer), I. C. Hannah, 
M.A. Trin., D. R. Hardman, 
MA. Chr., W. P. Baker, M.A. 
Jes., F. Lee, H. C. Shearman. 



THE COLLEGES 

CHRIST'S COLLEGE. Founded 1505. 

Hobson, Emer. Prof. E. W., M.A., 

Sc.D., F.R.S. 
Rackham, H., M.A. 
Haddon, A. C., M.A., Sc.D., F.R.S. 
Campbell, S. G., M.A. 
Valentine-Richards, Rev. A. V., M.A. 
Marshall, F. H. A., C.B.E., M. A., Sc.D., 

F.R.S. 

Saunders, J. T., M.A., Tutor. 
Downs, B. W., M.A., Tutor. 



Master N. McLean, M.A. Fellows: 

Grose, S. W., M.A., Senr. Tutor. 

Wyatt, T. C., M.A. 

Steen, S. W. P., M.A. 

Steel, A. B., M.A. 

Peck, A. L., M.A., Ph.D. 

Rose, Prof. J. Holland, LittD. 

Rastall, R. H., M.A., Sc.D. 

Harris, T. M., M.A., Ph.D. 

Snow, C. P., Ph.D. 

Raven, Rev. Prof. C. E., M.A., DJX 



ENGLAND 



CLARE COLLEGE. 
M.P. Fellows : 



Founded 1326. Master G. H. A. Wilson, O.B.E., M.A., 



Chadwick, Prof. H. M., M.A., F.B.A. 
Thirkill, H., M.C., M.A., President and 

Tutor. 

Forbes, M. D., M.A. 
Harrison, W, J., M.B.E., M.A. 
London, J. W., M.B.E., M.A. 
Telfer, Rev. W., M.C., M A. 



Priestley, R. E., M.C., M.A. 
Godwin, H., M.A., Ph.D. 
Spooner, E. T. C., M.A. 
Hammond, N. G. L., B.A. 
Jones, Prof. O. T., M.A., F.R.S. 
Dean, P. H., B.A. 



CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE. Founded 1352. Master Will Spens, C.B.E., 



M.A., Chev. Leg. d'H. Fellows : 

Pollock, Rev. C. A. E., M.A. 
Pearce, Rt. Rev. E. C., D.D., Lord 

Bishop of Derby. 

Pickthorn, K. W. M., M.A., Tutor. 
Hoskyns, Rev. Sir Edwyn C., Bt., 

MA. 

Morris, G. G., M.A., Bursar. 
Clark-Kennedy, A. E., M.A., M.D., 

M R C P 
Goodhart, A/L., M.A., LL.D. 



Sanders, T. R. B., M.A. 

MacCurdy, J. T., Sc.D. (M.D. Johns 

Hopkins). 
Mynors, H. C. B., MA., Assistant 

Tutor. 

Charvet, P. E., M.A. 
Carter, G. S., M.A., Ph.D. 
Brown, Prof. W. Langdon, M.D., 

F.R.C.P. 
Lennard- Jones, Prof. J. E., Ph.D. 



DOWNING COLLEGE. Founded 1800. Master A. C. Seward, M.A., 
Sc D., F.R.S., Prof, of Botany. Downing Prof, of Laws of England : H. D. 
Hazeltine, M.A., Litt.D., F.B.A. Fellows: 



Widdicombe, J. H., M.A. 
Berry, A. J., M.A. 
Thomas, H. H., M.A., Sc.D. 
Smith, F. B., C.M.G., M.A., Bursar. 
Whalley-Tooker, H. C., M.A., LL.M., 
Senior Tutor. 



Appleton, A. B., M.D. 

Cuttle, W. L., M.A., Tutor and 

Dean. 
Holmes, E. G., M.A., M.B., B.Chir., 

M.D., Tutor. 
Cockerell, S. C., M.A., Hon. Litt.D. 



EMMANUEL COLLEGE. Founded 1584. Master Peter Giles, M.A., LL.D., 
Litt.D., F.B.A., Reader in Comp. Philol. Fellows : 



Bennett, G. T., M.A., Sc.D., F.R.S. 
Greenwood, L. H. G., M.A. 
Wood, A., M.A., Tutor. 
Wood, P, W., M.A., Senwr Tutor. 
Whitney, Rev. Prof. J. P., M.A., D.D. 
Hele,T. S., O.B.E., M.A., M.D., Tutor. 
Jones, Prof. B. M., A.F.C., M.A. 
Burnaby, Rev. H., M.A, 
Gardner, R., M.C., M.A., Bursar. 
Welbourne, E., M.C., M.A., Tutor. 
Wallace, J. C., M.C., M.A. 
Line, J., A.F.C., M.A. 

GONVILLE AND C/UUS COLLEGE. 

M.A. Fellows : 

Buckland, Prof. W. W., M.A., LL.D., 
F.B.A., President. 



Head, Most Rev. F. W., M.C., M.A. 

B.D. 
Wright, G. J. H., D.S.O., M.A. 

College Secretary. 
Tilley, Prof. C. E., Ph.D. 
Grave, W. W., M.A., Ph.D. 
Carslaw, H. S., M.A., Sc.D. 
Wilson, A. H., M.A. 
Rushton, W. A. H., Ph.D. 
Brooks, F. T., M.A., F.R.S. 
Jenkins, R. J. H., M.A. 
Revans, R. W. 

Founded 1348. Master J. F. Cameroi 

Gallop, E. G., M.A. 
Vesey, W. T., M.A. 



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Hardy, Sir W. B., M.A., F.R.S. 
Gardiner, Prof. J. S., M.A., F.R.S. 
Punnett, Prof. R. 0., M.A., F.R.S. 
Stratton, Prof F. J. M., D.S.O., M.A. 
Brooke, Z. N., M A., LittD. 
McNair, A. D., C.B E., M.A., LL.D. 
Bullough, E., M.A. 
Phear, H. W., M.A. 
Okey, Prof. T., M.A. 
Debenham, Prof. F., O.B E., M.A. 
Cook, Prof. S. A., M.A., Litt.D. 
Chadwick, J., Ph.D., F.R.S. 



Bennett, E. K., M.A., Senwr Tutor. 
Tunnicliffe, H. E , M.A , Tutor . 
Needham, N. J. T M., M.A., Ph.D. 
Oakeshott, M. J., M.A. 
Deas, H. T., M.A., Tutor. 
Heywood, Rev. H. C. L., M.A. 
Weller, E. P., M.A., Bursar. 
Bowden, F. P., Ph.D. 
Mott, N. F,M.A. 
Powell, F. C., M.A. 
Wade, E. C. S., M.A., LL.M., Tutor. 
Griffith, G. T., B.A. 



JESUS COLLEGE. Founded 1496. Master A. Gray, M.A. Fellows : 



Foakes- Jackson, Rev. F. J., M. A., D.D. 

Abbott, E., M.A. 

Duckworth, W. L. H., M.A., M.D., 

Sc.D. 

Elliott, C. A., M.A., Senior Tutor. 
Muls, W. H., M.A., F.R S. 
QuUler-Couch,Prof. Sir Arthur T.,M.A. 
Nairne, Rev. A., M.A., D.D. 



Manning, B. L., M.A. 
Pars, L. A., M.A. 
Barnes, H., M.A., LL.B. 
Gardner-Smith, Rev. P., M.A., B.D., 

Dean, 

Sinker, A. P., M.A., Tutor. 
Thorpe, W. H., M.A., Ph D., Tutor. 



KING'S COLLEGE. 
D.D. Fellows : 



Founded 1441. Provost Rev. A. E. Brooke, M.A., 



Tilley, A. A., M.A. 

Macaulay, W. H., M.A. 

Richmond, H. W., M.A., F.R.S. 

Wedd, N., M.A. 

Reddaway, W. F., M.A. 

Sills, H. H., M.A. 

Barcroft, Prof. J., C B.E., M.A., F.R.S. 

Inglis, Prof.C.E.,O.B.E., M.A.,F.R S. 

Sorley, Prof. W. R., M.A., Litt.D., 

F.B.A. 

Pigou, Prof. A. C., M.A., F.B.A. 
Sheppard, J. T., M.B.E., M.A., Vwe- 

Provost. 
Clapham, Prof. J. H., C.B.E., M.A., 

Litt.D., F.B.A. 

Keynes, J. M , C.B., M.A., F.B,A. 
Adcock, Prof. F. E., O.B.E., M A. 
Gray, J., M.C., M.A., Sc.D., F.R.S. 
Birch, F. L., O.B.E., M.A. 
Milner-White, Rev. E., D.S.O., M.A., 

Dean. 

McCombie, H., D.S.O., M.C., M.A. 
Turner, L. B., M.A. 
Durnford, H. G. E., M.C., M.A. 
Lucas, F. L., M.A. 



Adair, G. S., M.A. 
Blackett, P. M. S., M.A. 
Ord, B., Mus.B., M.A. 
Scholfield, A. F., M.A. 
Beves, D. H., M.A., Tutor. 
Braithwaite, R. B., M.A. 
Shove, G. F., M.A. 
Stockdale, D., Ph D., M.A 
Dent, Prof. E. J., M.A., Mus.B. 
Forster, E. M., M.A. 
Thomson, G. D., M.A. 
Hall, P., M.A. 

Rylands, G. H. W., M.A., Dean. 
Balfour, R. E., M.A. 
Matthews, B. H. C., M.A. 
Lucas, D. W., M.A. 
Ingham, A. E., M.A. 
Kahn, R. F., M.A. 
Morns, G. C., M.A. 
Saltmarsh, J., B.A. 
RadcHffe, P. F., Mus.B., M.A. 
Wilkinson, L. P., B.A. 
Bairstow, L., M.A. 
Darby, H. C., M.A., Ph D. 
Salt, G., M.A., Stringer Fellow. 



MAGDALENE COLLEGE. Founded 1542. Master A. B. Ramsay, M.A 
Fellows: 

Ramsey, A. S., M.A., President. 
Vernon Jones, V. S., M.A., Senior Tutor. 



NuttaU, Prof. G. H. F., M A., Sc.D., 
F.R.S 



50 ENGLAND 

Peel, T., M.A., Bursar. Richards, I. A., M.A., Litt.D. 

Gaselee, S., C.B.E., M.A. Turner, F. McD. C., M.A. 

Salter, F. R., M.A., Tutor. Scott, F, R. F., M.A., Tutor. 

Morshead, O. F., D.S.O., M.A. Piccoli, Prof. R., M.A. 

King, W. B. R., O.B.E., M.A. Verblunsky, S., Ph.D. 

Clark, Rev. F. H. H., M.A. Keilin, D., M.A., F.R.S. 

PEMBROKE COLLEGE. Founded 1347. Master A. Hutchinson, O.B.E., 
M.A., F.R.S. Fellows : 

Whibley, L., M.A. Spittle, J. T., O.B.E., M.A., Tutorial 
Bethune-Baker, Rev. Prof. J. F., Bursar. 

M.A. D.D. F.B.A Attwater, A. L., M.A., Librarian. 

Lawson, J. C., O.B.E., M.A., Tfor. McCletaad, N. P. K. J. O'N., M.A., 

OtMf^O.V 

Comber, H. G, D.S.O., M.A., W ynn, Rev'. H. E., M.A., Z>*m. 

Treasurer. Kingj B E ^ M A ^ LL B> 

Minns, Prof. E. H., M.A., Litt.D., Roberts, S. C., M.A. 

F-B.A. Pascal, R., M.A. 

Pennell, V. C., M.A., M.B., B.Chir., Whittaker, J. M., M.A. 

F.R.C.S. Arberry, A. J., M.A. 

PETERHOUSE. Founded 1284. Master Field-Marshal Sir William R. 
Birdwood, Bart., G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.S.I., M.A., LL.D. Fellows : 

Walker, Rev. T. A., M.A., LL.D. Hallward, B. L., M.A. 

Barnes, Rev. Prof. W. E., M.A., D.D., Barker, Prof. E., Litt.D. 

Dean. Middleton, H. S., M.A., Mus.B. 

Temperley, Prof. H. W. V., O.B.E., Burkill, J, C., M.A., Tutor. 

M.A., LittD., F.B.A. Sams, Sir H. A., C.I E., M A., Bursar. 

Vellacott, P. C., D.S.O., M.A., Tutor. Guthrie, W. K. C., M.A. 

Lubbock, R., M.A, Clark, J. G. D., B.A., Bye-Fellow. 
Butterfield, H., M.A. 

QUEENS' COLLEGE. Founded 1448. President J. A. Venn, Litt.D. 
Fellows : 

Munro, A., M.A., Bursar. Sleeman, C. M., M.A. 

Wood, Rev. C. T., M.A., B.D., Dean. Browne, A. D., M.A., Tutor. 

Cook, A. B., M.A., Litt.D. Potts, L. J., M.A , Jr. Bursar. 

Laffan, Rev. R. G. D., M.A., Tutor Maxwell, E. A., B.A. 
and Chaplain. 

ST. CATHARINE'S COLLEGE. Founded 1473. Master F. M. Rushmore* 
M.A.,J.P. Fellows: 

Jones, W. H. S., M.A., Litt.D., Withers, Sir J. J., C.B.E., M.A., 

President and Bursar. LL.D., M.P. 

Chaytor, Rev. H. J., M.A., Litt.D., Steers, J. A., M A., Dean. 

Senior Tutor. Henn, T. R., M.A., Protector. 

Newman, L. F., M.A., Asst. Tutor. Waddams, Rev, C. D., M.A., Chaplain. 

Portway, D., M.A., Asst. Tutor. Rich, E. E., M.A, 

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. Founded 1511. Master Sir R. Forsyth Scott, M.A. 
Fellows : 

Heitland, W. E., M.A. MacAlistcr, Sir Donald, Bart., K.C.B., 

Webb, R. R., M.A. M.A., M.D. 



CAMBRIDGE 



Larmor, Sir Joseph, M.A., Hon. Sc.D., 

F R S 

Marr, J. E.', M.A., Sc D., F.R.S. 
Harker, A., M.A., F.R.S. 
Baker, Prof. H. F., M.A., Sc.D., F.R.S. 
Shore, L. E., O.B.E., M.A., M.D. 
Sikes, E. E., M.A., President. 
Blackman, F. F., M.A., F.R S. 
Glover, T. R., M.A. 
Ward, Rev. J. T., M A. 
Foxwell, H. S., M.A., F.B.A. 
Benians, E, A., M.A., Tutor. 
Rapson, Prof. E. J., M.A. 
Cunningham, E., M.A. 
Jeffreys, H., M.A., F.R.S. 
Rootham, C. B., M.A., Mus.D. 
Palmer, W. G., M.A. 
Bartlett, Prof. F. C., M.A. 
Creed, Rev. Prof. J. M., M.A., D.D. 
Coulton, G. Gordon, Litt.D. 
Prior, Prof. O. H. P., M A 
Engledow, Prof. F. L., M.A. 
White, F. P., M.A. 
Wilson, Prof. J. T., M.A., F.R.S 
Briggs, G. E., M.A. 
Wordie, J. M., M.A., Tutor. 
Winfield, Prof. P. H., LL.D. 



Yule, G. U., C.B.E., M.A., F.R.S. 

Charlesworth, M. P., M.A. 

Howard, Sir H. F., C.S.I., K.C.I.E., 

M.A. 

Raven, Rev. E. E., M.A. 
Evans, I. L., M.A. 
Newman, M. H. A., M.A. 
Rolleston, Emer. Prof. Sir Humphry 

D , Bart., G.C.V.O., K.C.B., M.A., 

MD. 

Previte-Orton, C. W., M.A., Litt.D. 
Guillebaud, C. W., M.A., Tutor. 
Boys-Smith, Rev. J. S., M.A., Tutor. 
Dirac, Prof. P. A. M., Ph D. 
Cockcroft, J. D., M.A., Ph.D. 
Leakey, L. S. B., M.A. 
Howland, R. L., M.A , Tutor. 
Hodge, W. D. V., M.A. 
Semple, J. G., B.A., Ph.D. 
Bnndley, H. H., M.A. 
Vernon, P. E , M.A., Ph.D. 
Bateson, G., M.A. 
Redman, R. 0., Ph.D. 
Gatty, H. P. W., M.A. 
Bailey, S. J., M.A., LL.M. 
Westlake, H. D., M.A. 
Rosenhead, L , Ph.D. 



SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE. Founded 1596. Master Rev. G. A. Weekes, 
M.A. Fellows : 



Robson, H. C., M.A. 
Mayall, R. H. D., M.A. 
McNeilc, Rev. A. H., M.A., D.D. 
Pope, Prof. Sir William J , K.B.E , 

M.A., F.R.S. 
Knox-Shaw, T., M.A. 
Hackforth, R., M.A. 
Wilson, Prof. C. T. R., M.A., F.R.S. 



Smith, Rev. B. T. D., M.A., B.D., 

Tutor. 

Passant, E. J., M.A. 
Davenport, A. H., M.A. 
Green, H. L. H. H., M.A. 
Ratchffe, J. A., M.A. 
Robinson, E. A. G., M.A. 
Welchman, W. G., M.A. 



TRINITY COLLEGE. Founded 1546. Master Sir Joseph J. Thomson, 
O.M., M,A., LL.D., Sc.D., Ph.D., F.R.S. (Prof, of Physics). Fellows : 



Kirkpatrick, Very Rev. A. F., M.A., 

D.D. 

Boughey, Rev. A. H. F., M,A. 
Glazebrook, Sir Richard T., K.C.B., 

M.A., F.R.S. 
Frazer, Sir James G., O.M., M.A., 

LittJD., F.B.A., F.R.S. 
Parry, Rev. R. St. J., M.A., D.D. 
Duff, J. D., M.A. 

Whitehead, A. N., M.A., Sc.D., F.R.S. 
Bevan, Prof. A. A., M.A., F.B.A. 



Dampier, Sir W. C. D., M.A., Sc.D., 

F.R.S. 

Capstick, J. W,, O.B.E., M.A. 
Innes, H. McL., M.A. 
Fletcher, Sir Walter M., K.B.E., 

C.B., M.A., M.D., Sc.D., F.R.S. 
Cornford, Prof. F. M., M.A. 
Harrison, E., M.A. 
Laurence, R. V., C.V.O., M.A. 
Lapsley, G. T., M.A. 
Winstanley, D. A., M.A. 



ENGLAND 



Dykes, F. J., M.A., Tutor. 
Eddington, Prof. Sir A. S., M.A., 

D.Sc., F.R.S. 

Littiewood, Prof. J. E., M.A., F.R.S. 
Newall, Prof. H. F., M.A., F.R.S. 
HoUond, H. A., D.S.O., O.B.E., M.A., 

LL.M, 

Robertson, Prof. D. S., M.A. 
Hopkins, Pjcof, Sir F. Gowland, M.A., 

P.R.S. 

Housman, Prof. A. E., M.A. 
Simpson, Rev. F. A., M.A. 
Tennant, Rev. F. R., M.A., D.D. 
Butler, J. R. M., M.V.O., O.B.E., 

M.A., Semor Tutor. 
Adrian, E. D., M.A., M.D., F.R.S. 
Fowler, Prof. R. H., M.A., F.R S. 
Robertson, D. H., M.A. 
Bumaby, J., M.A., Tutor. 
Stewart, Rev. H. F., M.A , D.D. 
Rutherford, Prof. Lord, O.M., M A., 

Sc.D., F.R.S. 

Taylor, G. I., M.C., M.A., F.R.S. 
Nicholas, T. C., O.B.E., M.A. 
Pollard, S., M.A. 
Aston, F. W., Sc.D., F.R.S. 
Lenox-Conyngham, Sir Gerald P., 

M.A., F.R.S. 

Ellis, C. D., Ph.D., F.R.S. 
Pearson, Prof. A. C., Litt.D. 
Kitson-Clark, G. S. R., M.A. 
Broad, C. D., M.A., Litt.D. 
Roughton, F. J. W., M.A., Ph.D. 
Dean, W. R., M.A. 



Moore, Prof. G. E., M A., Litt.D. 
Gow, A. S. F., M.A., Tutor. 
Duff, P. W., M.A. 
Kapitza, P., Ph.D., F.R S. 
Burkitt, Prof. F. C., D.D., F.B A 
Higgins, Prof. A. P., C.B.E., LL.D. 
Nicholson, Prof. R. A., Litt.D., 

F.B.A. 

Rattenbury, R. M., M.A. 
Trevelyan, Prof. G. M., O.M., M.A. 
Sandbach, F. H., M.A. 
de Bruyne, N. A., M.A., Ph.D. 
Pantin, C. F. A., M.A. 
Black, M., M.A. 
Feather, N., Ph D. 
Gaunt, J. A., M.A. 
Ursell, H. D., M.A. 
Evennett, H. O., M.A. 
Knight, A. H. J., M.A. 
Brunyate, J. W., M.A. 
Gray, L. H., Ph.D. 
Paley, R. E. A. C., M.A. 
Du Val, P., Ph.D. 
Besicovitch, A. S., M A, 
Wittgenstein, L., Ph.D. 
Mann, F. G , Ph.D., Sc.D. 
Hardy, Prof. G. H., M.A. 
Young, L. C., M.A. 
Coxeter, H. S. M., B.A., Ph.D. 
Hamilton, W., B.A. 
Runciman, J. C. S., M.A. 
Blunt, A. F., B.A. 
Davenport, H. J., B.A. 
Milhkan, G. A. 



TRINITY HALL. Founded 1350. Master Prof. H. R. Dean, M.D. Fellows : 



Bond, H., LL.D. 

Rendell, W. R., M.A. 

Angus, Rev. C. F., M.A., Librarian. 

Potts, F. A., M.A., Prelector. 

Chase, Rev. G. A., M.A., Tutor and 

Dean. 

Hayes, R. A., M.A., Steward. 
Oliver, D. T., LL.M., Librarian. 
Rideal, Prof. E. K., M.A., F.R.S. 



Crawley, C. W., M.A., As$t. Tutor. 
Turner, J. W. C., M.A., Bursar. 
Cooper, C. Forster, M.A. 
Clarke, L. C. G., M.A. 
Guttendgc, H. C , M.A., LL.M., K.C. 
Wansbrough-Jones, 0. H., Ph.D., 

Asst. Tutor. 
Elvin, H. L., M.A. 
Lewis, T. E., Ph.D. Cai. 



SELWYN COLLEGE. 
Fellows : 



Founded 1882. Master Rev. G. E. Newsom, M.A 



Jordan, W. E., M.A., Vice-Master and 

Tutor. 

Borradaile, L. A., M.A., Sc.D., Tutor. 
Williams, W. N., M.A., LL.B. 
Marsh, Rev. F. S., M.A., Tutor. 



Perrett, G. B., M.A., Bursar. 
Durrant, P. J,, M.A,, Ph.D. 
Blyth, Rev. A. C., M.A., Dean. 
Murray, J. O. F., M.A., D.D. 
Woodward, F. H., MA. 



CAMBRIDGE 53 

FITZWILLIAM HOUSE: NON-COLLEGIATE STUDENTS. Established 1869. 
Censor W. S. Thatcher, M.A. ; Asst. Censor, Bursar and Chaplain Rev. W. 
Harvey, M.A. ; Praelector The Censor ; Resident M A. C. J. B. Gaskoin, 
M.A. ; Director of Studies in Nat. Sci F. I. G. Rawlins, M.Sc. 

Supervisors of Studies. Agriculture : S. W. U. Muncey, M.A. Botany : 
E. F. Warburg, BA. Chemistry. P. J. Durrant, M.A., Ph.D. Classics: 

B. F. C. Atkinson, M.A., Ph.D. Economics : English : B. Willey, 

M.A. French : J. Grace. Geography : C. G. Joseph, M.A. Geology : A. G. 
Brighton, M.A. German : E. D. T. E Breul, M.A. History : C. J. B. Gas- 
koin, M.A.; Rev. W. Harvey, M.A. Law : C. H. Ziegler, M.A., LL.M. 
Mathematics : J. J. Welch, M.A. Mechanical Sciences : C. R. G. Cosens, M.A. ; 
R.S. Ball, M.A. Medical Studies : E. G. Holmes, M.D. Medieval and Modern 
Languages : A. J. Wyatt, M.A. ; W. W. Grave, M.A., Ph.D. Moral Sciences : 

C. Fox, M.A. Physics : G. Stead, M.A. Theology : supervision will be 
arranged after interview. Zoology : R. J. Pumphry, B.A., Ph.D. 

WOMEN'S COLLEGES recognized by the University: 

GIRTON COLLEGE. Founded 1869. Mistress Miss H. M. Wodehouse, M.A. 

Directors of Studies : F. E. Cave-Browne-Cave, M A. (Mathematics) ; J. R. 
Bacon, M.A. (Classics) ; M. B. Thomas, M.A. Dub. (Natural Sc. and Geog.) ; 
M. G. Jones, M.A. (Hist, and Law) ; K. T. B Butler, M.A. (Mod. and Med. Lan- 
guages) ; Mrs. M. Hollond, Ph.D. Columbia (Econ.) ; H, M. R. Murray, M.A. 
(English and Philology), Vice-Mistress ; Resident Lectrs. : in Maths , Mrs. 
Veitch, M.A. ; in History, H. M. Cam, M.A. Lond. ; in French, Mile. Bibas, 
M.A. ; in English, M. G. Lloyd Thomas, M.A. Ox. Supervisor, in Zoology : 
S. M. Manton, M.A., Ph.D. Supervisor in Geography : M. S. Willis, M.A. 

Bursar F. M. Smith, M.A. Secy. M. Clover, M.A. Junior Bursar 
K. M. Robertson, M.A. Librarian H. I. McMorran, M.A. 

NEWNHAM COLLEGE. Founded 1871. Principal Miss J. P. Strachey, 
M.A. 

Tutors E. M. Chrystal, M. A. (Sidgwick Hall) ; A. B. Dale, M.A. (Old Hall) ; 
Mrs. Palmer, M.A. (Peile Hall) ; M. Steele Smith, M.A. (Clough Hall). 

Other Lectrs. : L. M. Swain, M.A. ; M. D. Kennedy, M.A. (Maths.) ; J. 
Toynbee, M.A. (Classics) ; G. L. Elles, D.Sc., T.C.D. (Geol.) ; A. C. Davies, 
D.Sc. Lond. (Physics) ; H. J. Pybus, M.A. Ox. (Hist.) ; E. M. Butler, M.A. 
(Mod Langs.) ; E. E. H. Welsford, M.A. ; A. D. M. Hoare, M.A. Aberd., Ph.D. 
(English) ; Mrs. Hollond, Ph.D. Columbia (Econ.). Bursar Mrs. Lacy, 
Registrar of the Roll M. Steele Smith. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The legislative and executive authority of the Univ. is vested in the REGENT 
HOUSE, which comprises those Univ. Officers, Fellows of Colls., and others, 
who are concerned with its teaching and administrative work. A meeting 
of the Regent House is called a Congregation. 

There is a right of appeal against a decision of the Regent House, on the . 
motion of at least one-third of its members, to the SENATE, which consists of 
graduates of at least seven years' standing from their first term of residence, 
who have taken a degree of Doctor or Master, or the degree of Bachelor of 
Divinity. In order to be successful an appeal must be sustained by a statutably 
prescribed majority. The Senate elects the Chancellor and certain other 
officers, confers degrees, and holds meetings for the discussion of proposals. 

Changes of statute can be made by the Univ. with the approval of the Privy 
Council and Parliament. 



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Many executive duties, and the duty of sanctioning the submission of 
resolutions (called Graces) to a Congregation, are entrusted to the Council of the 
Senate, which is elected by the Regent House 

The titular presiding officer at a Congregation, and the Chairman of the 
Council, is the Chancellor, who is by custom a non-resident distinguished in 
public Me. His duties are in fact performed by the Vice-Chancellor, who is 
a Head of a College, appointed annually, in theory by the Regent House, in 
practice by the Council. It is customary for the Vice-Chancellorship not to 
be held for more than two years in succession by one person. 

There are numerous Boards and Syndicates for dealing with the various 
branches of University business : the most important of them are the General 
Board of the Faculties, whose duty it is to advise the Univ. as to educational 
policy and to supervise and co-ordinate the work of the Faculties, and the 
Financial Board, whose duty it is to supervise the finance of all spending 
departments. 

There are twenty Faculties, a Faculty being a body of teachers in a subject 
or group of subjects. The organization of teaching, research, and examina- 
tions m the various subjects is in the hands of the several Faculty Boards, 
subject to the control of the General Board. A Faculty Board is in part 
composed of members elected by the Faculty. Some of the Faculties are 
divided into Departments, under a Head, generally a Professor, who is re- 
sponsible to the Faculty Board for the management of his Department. 

The INCOME of the Univ. is derived from the endowments of specific posts, 
from general endowment (though to a small extent only), from the fees of 
students, from the statutable contributions of Colls., and from a Treasury 
Grant. 

DISCIPLINE outside the walls of the Colls, is maintained by the Proctors. 

The Univ. TEACHING OFFICERS are the Professors, Readers, Univ. Lecturers, 
and Univ. Demonstrators. They, as well as most of the administrative officers, 
are required to join in the Federated Superannuation Scheme for Univs. The 
retiring age is 65, but 60 for women Univ. Lecturers. 

The COLLEGES are self-governing corporate bodies distinct from the Univ., 
owning and managing their separate property, the corporators being the 
Head and Fellows. Their powers are, however, limited by their Statutes, 
which cannot be altered by them without notice to the Univ. and approval 
by the Pnvy Council. The functions of the Colls, in regard to students 
are to provide lodging, corporate life, and personal tuition, while the 
function of the Univ. is to provide public instruction by means of lectures 
and demonstrations, examinations leading to degrees, and facilities for research. 
The affairs of the Colls, are, however, closely interwoven with those of the 
Univ. Most of the Fellows of Colls, are Univ. officers, indeed the Statutes 
require that a certain proportion of the Fellowships of each Coll. shall be held 
by Univ. officers. And each Coll. is required by Statute to contribute a 
certain fraction of its income to the funds of the Univ., the scale of contribution 
being graduated according to the wealth of the College. 

The Colls, also maintain Fellowships for the furtherance of research, and 
a large number of Scholarships. The title of scholar is awarded on purely 
intellectual grounds, but, as at Oxford, no Coll. emolument other than an 
allowance for rooms is paid to an undergraduate scholar unless he satisfies 
the Coll. that his circumstances justify the payment. 

NON-COLLEGIATE STUDENTS reside in licensed lodgings or in " Houses " 
recognized by the Non-Collegiate Students* Board. Such students may, by 



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becoming members of Fitzwilliam House, obtain opportunities for taking part 
in communal life (dining in Hall, belonging to athletic clubs, etc.) similar to 
those enjoyed by members of Colleges. 

WOMEN STUDENTS. Subject to the condition that the joint number of 
women students receiving instruction in the Univ. shall not exceed five hundred, 
the students of the women's Colls. (Girton and Newnham) are admitted to 
instruction and examinations in the Univ. and to the titles of degrees, including 
research degrees. Women who have received, or are qualified to receive, titles 
of degrees share with men graduates, under the Representation of the People 
Acts 1918 to 1928, the privilege of voting for the election of the two Burgesses 
who represent the Univ. in the House of Commons. Women are eligible for all 
Univ. teaching offices and for membership of Faculties and Faculty Boards, but 
cannot become members of the Senate or Regent House. From 1872 women 
were informally admitted to Tnpos examns. in the Univ., and from 1881 have 
been formally admitted to the Previous examn., the Tripos examns., and 
certain examns. in Med. and Music. They were subsequently admitted to the 
courses and examns. for the Diplomas in Agric., Horticulture, Forestry, Geog., 
and in Education. In Oct. 1921 the Grace admitting them to titular degrees 
was passed. Under the New Statutes in Oct. 1926 women became eligible for 
all Univ. teaching offices, and in the following year were enabled to compete on 
the same footing as men for Univ. Studentships, Scholarships, and Prizes, 
except where specifically excluded. 

ADMISSION. See Appendix XXII. 

INCORPORATION, Students who before admission as members of this 
Univ. have kept terms by bonafide residence at Ox. or Dub. (Trinity College) 
are, subject to certain provisos, allowed terms corresponding to those which 
they have so kept ; a graduate of Ox. or Dub. (Trinity College) who took a 
degree or degrees after having duly qualified himself therefor not only by 
having passed the examns., etc., required, but by having kept his terms by 
residence in his own Univ., may be admitted on certain conditions to the same 
degree or degrees in Camb. Women graduates of Ox. or Dub. (Trinity College) 
may be admitted by incorporation to the title of the same degree or degrees in 
Camb. 

INTERCOLLEGIATE INDIAN STUDENTS COMMITTEE : Secy., R. B. Whitehead* 
M.A., 22 Fitzwilliam St. 

TERMS. In order that a term may be counted towards qualifying for a 
degree, a student must reside in Cambridge (*.& within a circle of 2^ miles' 
radius from Gt. St. Mary*s Church) during three-fourths of the term. Full 
terms begin : 1932-33 Oct. 7, Jan. 16, Apr.. 19 ; 1933-34 Oct. 10, Jan. 15, 
Apr. 18 j end : 1932-33 Dec. 5, Mar. 16, June 10 ; 1933-3^ -Dec. 8, Mar. 15, 
June 9. 

DEGREES. B.A., M.A., M.Litt., ULtt.D. ; M.Sc., Sc.D. ; B.D., D.D. ; LL.B., 
LL.M., LL.D, ; M.B. and B.Chir., M.Chir., M.D. ; Mus.B., Mus.M., MusJD. ; 
Ph.D. 

ARTS. The qualifications for the B.A. are : (i.) 9 terms' residence ; (ii.) 
passing or being exempted from the Previous Examn. ; (iii.) passing the examns. 
for the Ordinary Degree or a Tripos examn. or examns. 

Exemption from (i.) to the extent of 3 terms can be obtained by students 
entitled to the privileges of affiliation (v. App. XXII). 

(ii.) The Previous Examn. includes Latin or Greek, one other language, 
Maths., and English. Subject to certain provisos, natives of Asia or Africa 



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who are not of European parentage may substitute papers m Arabic, Chinese, 
Sansk., or Pali for the Latin papers. For details and exemptions, see Appendix 



(iii.) Either (#) the General Exanin. (which comprises a number of subjects) 
and a Special Exanin. in one of the following subjects : Div., Engl. Lit., Econ., 
Law, Rural Econ., Mily. Studies, Psych., Physics, Chem., Biology. Or (&) 
the Examns. in Agriculture and allied subjects. Or (c) the Examns. in Archi- 
tecture. 

Certain combinations of (a), (6), and (c) are allowed, and also certain com- 
binations of parts of (a) with parts of the course for the M.B. or the Mus.B., 
or with parts of a Tnpos course. 

The Honours B.A. is obtained by passing in one or more of the following 
Triposes : Archaeological and Anthropological, Classical, Economics, English, 
Geog , Hist., Law, Maths., Mech. Sciences, Mod. and Med. Langs., Mor. Scs., 
Nat. Scs., Oriental Langs., Theol. 

A Bachelor may be admitted Master of Arts at the end of six years from 
the end of his ist term, provided that not less than 2 yrs. have elapsed from 
his admission as B.A. 

DIVINITY. A graduate proceeds to the B.D. when he is of not less than five 
years* standing from his first degree, either (i) by submitting an original 
dissertation composed by himself on some subject connected with Biblical 
Criticism, Exegesis, or History, or with the Nature and Grounds of Christian 
Belief, or with Dogmatic Theology, or with the study of other Religions in 
relation to the Christian Religion, or with Ecclesiastical History, Literature, or 
Antiquities, or with the Philosophy of Religion, or (2) by specifying his pub- 
lished works on one or more of these subjects. He is required to satisfy the 
Degree Committee, either by his dissertation, etc., or otherwise, that he 
possesses a competent knowledge of Christian Theology. A B.D. of 3 yrs.' 
standing proceeds to the D.D. by submitting published works or a printed 
dissertation on the same subjects as those for the B.D. 

LAW. A student who has kept 9 terms and obtained Hons. in both 
parts of the Law Tnpos, or Hons. in some other Tnpos and subsequently 
Hons. m either part of the Law Tripos, is entitled to proceed to the degree 
of B.A. To qualify for the LL.B. it is necessary to pass the LL.B. examn. 
after having kept 9 terms and obtained hons, in Pt. I. or Pt. II. of the Law 
Tripos, or passed in either Part at the hons. standard, or taken the degree 
of B.A. and qualified for practice as a barrister or solicitor in England or 
Ireland, or as an advocate or law agent in Scotland. (For an Affiliated Student 
these requirements may be modified.) A LL.B. may, not less than 6 years 
after the end of his ist term and not less than 2 years since his admission, ask 
leave to submit a dissertation on some branch of law or of the hist, or philosophy 
of law, and, if such dissertation is approved, he may be admitted to the Degree 
of LL.M. Any graduate may be admitted LL.D., not less than 8 yrs. after 
admission to his ist degree, if he has published one or more original contribu- 
tions, approved for the purpose, to the advancement of the science or study of 
Law. 

MEDICINE. The qualifications for the M.B. and B.Chir. are : (i.) 9 terms' 
residence; (11.) passing (or exemption from.) the Previous Examn. (iii.) 
5 yrs.* Med. study ; (iv.) passing in due order 3 examns. and (for the M.B. 
degree) presenting an approved thesis. Admission to the 2nd M.B. exaran is 
conditnl. on proof of diligent attendance on prescribed courses of lectures and 
practical work. Admission to the 3rd M.B. is conditnl. on proof of 3 yrs. of 
hospl. practice, 5 yrs/Med. study, and diligent attendance on prescribed courses 



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of instruction and practical work. A M.B. in the gth term after admission and 
a M.A. in the i2th after admission may be admitted M.D. on submission of a 
thesis or dissertation, but the M A. must have attended lectures and hospl. 
practice and passed examns. as required for the M.B. A candidate for the 
M.Chir. Degree must pass an examn. to which, if Master of Arts, he may be 
admitted after he has become legally qualified to practise Surgery. A candidate 
who is not a Master of Arts may be admitted to the examn. 2 years after com- 
pleting all the requirements for the B.Chir. Degree ; but 3 years must have 
elapsed since he was admitted B.Chir. before admission to the M.Chir. Degree. 
Addenbrooke's Hospl., containing over 200 beds and large out-patient depts., 
is available for clinics. Overseas examns. exempting from the ist M.B. : ist 
examn. for B.Sc. in Agr. of Univ. of S. Africa (subject for subject) ; ist yr. 
examn. for M.B. and Ch.B. or B.Sc. of Univ. of Witwatersrand ; ist examn. 
for med. degrees in Univ. of Adel., Melb., or Syd., or ist examn. in Science in 
Physics, Chem., and Biol. in Univ. of Queensland, W. Aust., or Tasm. 

Music. The qualifications for the Mus.B. include (i.) 9 terms* residence ; 
(11.) passing (or exemption from) the Previous examn. ; (in.) passing an examn. 
in two parts whereof the first may not be taken before the 2nd term, nor the 
2nd before the 8th term. The Mus.M. may be taken after at least 3 yrs. 
have elapsed since admission as Mus.B. and after passing the prescribed examn. 

Graduates of not less than 8 years' standing from admission to their first 
degree who have given proof of distinction in musical composition may be 
candidates for the Mus.D. 

The Sc.D. and Lrrr D. Either degree is open to a graduate of not less than 
8 years* standing from admission to his first degree. These degrees are granted 
in consideration of original contributions to the advancement of Science or 
Learning. 

DIPLOMAS. In addition to degrees, which are for the most part conferred 
only on its own members, the Univ. grants 2, Diplomas which are open to other 
persons in Geog., and in Med. Radiology and Electrology ; and 7 which are 
restricted, or almost restricted, to members of the Univ. Agric. Sc., Anthrop., 
Architect., Class. Archasol., Education, Forestry,* and Oriental Langs., the 
diplomas, in Anthrop. and Orient. Langs, being open to non-members in certain 
exceptional circumstances only. Certificates of competent knowledge of certain 
foreign langs., open to members of the Univ. only, are awarded. A Divinity 
Testimonium is granted on proof of diligent attendance at 6 courses of lectures. 

The Joint Coal-mining Dtploma of the Univs. of Cambridge and Birmingham 
enables Cambridge graduates in Engineering to shorten by one year the period 
of training at Birmingham otherwise required. It is approved by the Board 
of Trade. 

The Diploma in Anthropology may be obtained after residence for one 
term only by Officers of any of the Pubhc Services of the Empire, not ordinarily 
resident in the British Isles, having exceptional qualifications. 

The Univ. makes provision for training candidates for the Higher CIVIL 
SERVICES ; Probationary Vice-Consuls ; Indian Civil Service selected candi- 
dates ; candidates for administrative appointments in Tropical Africa and 
other branches of the Civil Service, and candidates for service under the Govt. 
of the Sudan. To meet the wants of Civil Service candidates a series of 
lectures supplementary to the courses for regular Tripos candidates has been 
arranged by the Board of I.C.S. Studies, and by a Committee of Associated 

* The examinations for the Diploma in Forestry will be held, if candidates 
present themselves, until October 1935 inclusive but not thereafter. 



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Colls. Detailed information may be obtained from the Director of Civil 
Service Studies, appointed by this Committee (C. J. B. Gaskoin, M.A., Fitz- 
william House), and from O. V. Guy, D.S.O., M.C., M A., Umv. Offices, St. 
Andrew's St., who is Secy, to the Board of I.C S. Studies and Appointments 
Board. 

A system of MILITARY INSTRUCTION has also been organized by the Umv, 
The Board of Milit. Studies (Secy. Lt.-Col. G. J. Hornsby Wright, D.S.O., M A. 
Emm.) are in direct communication with the War Of&ce and responsible for 
the nomination of Camb. Univ. candidates for Regular commissions in H.M. 
Forces. See Appendix I. 

AVIATION. Official recognition has also been given to the University Air 
Squadron. The Squadron, membership of which is strictly limited, is primarily 
a technical organization affiliated to the University and under the direction 
of the Air Ministry ; but practical flying instruction is also given to members. 
See Appendix I. Other students, with the permission of their parents or 
guardians and also of their Tutors, are permitted to fly, under certain restric- 
tions, as members of a Civil Flying Club. 

The TRAINING OF TEACHERS is under the management of the Teachers' 
Training Syndicate, established in 1878 (Secy. F. E. E. Harvey, MA.; 
address Warkworth House). 

Examns. for the Certificate of Proficiency, held in June and Dec., are open to 
students of certain colleges, and to graduate teachers who have had at least 
a year's experience in an approved Secondary School, if their attainments are 
satisfactory. 

Students of the University Training College (Principal C. Fox, M.A. Chr. ; 
address Warkworth House) devote their first 3 yrs. to reading for the B.A. 
degree, the 4th to professional training. Several exhibitions are offered to 
intending schoolmasters. Students who have not previously been attached 
to the college may also take a post-graduate course of training. 

There is also the Cambridge Training College for Women (Post-graduate), 
Principal Miss M. H. Wood, M.A. Camb. and Lond., Litt.D. T.C.D., which 
admits women, who have graduated at any British Univ., to a course of pro- 
fessional training in preparation for work in secondary schools. Recognized 
students receive a grant from the Board of Education, and graduates in receipt 
of the four years' grant at any Univ. may be transferred for their 4th year to 
this College. Total number of students, about 50. 

Cambridge graduates are trained for HOLY ORDERS in the Church of England 
at Ridley Hall, founded in 1879 (Principal Rev. J. P. S. R. Gibson, M.A., 
F.I. A. Sid. Suss.) ; or at Westcott House, founded in 1881 (Principal Rev. 
Canon B. K. Cunningham, O.B.E., M.A. Trin.). Other theological colleges 
recognized by the Univ. as Houses of Residence for students : Westminster 
Coll., founded 1844 (Principal Rev. J. Oman, M.A. Qu., D.Phil., and D.D. 
Edin. and Ox., Presbyterian) ; Cheshunt Coll., founded 1768 (President Rev. 
S. Cave, D.D. Lond., mainly Congregational) ; St. Edmund's House, founded 
in 1896 (Rector Rev. C. L. Waring, M.A. Chr., Roman Catholic) ; and Wesley 
House, founded 1924 (Principal Rev. H. M. Hughes, M.A. Jes., D.D. Lond.). 
Cheshunt and Westminster Colleges were moved from Cheshunt and London 
in 1905 and 1899 respectively. 

RESEARCH STUDENTS. Each application for admission must be made to 
the Secretary, and accompanied by (i.) a diploma or other certif. of graduation 
at a Univ. ; (ii.) a statement as to the course of research which the applicant 
desires to pursue, together with evidence of qualification, attainments, and 



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previous study ; (lii.) a statement of the degree, if any, for which the applicant 
wishes to be a candidate ; (iv.) a certif. or declaration of the applicant's age 
at the date of application. In exceptional cases requirement No. (i.) may be 
dispensed with. The application is not granted unless it appears (a) that the 
course of research can conveniently be pursued within the Univ., and (&) that 
the applicant has produced adequate evidence that he is qualified to enter upon 
the proposed course. Before admission he is required to become a member of 
a College, or a Non-Collegiate student. 

Secretary of the Board of Research Studies : R. E. Priestley, M.A. Clare. 
Correspondence should be addressed to the Secretary at the Univ. Registry, 
Cambridge. 

A Research student pursues his course under direction and supervision, 
prescribed by the Degree Committee of the Faculty concerned. If he should 
wish to obtain a degree elsewhere he may, after he has pursued his studies in 
the Univ. for not less than 2 terms with regularity and industry, receive a 
Certificate to that effect signed by his supervisor and by the V.C. After a course 
extending over 2 yrs. and residence in the Univ. for at least 6 terms (Cambridge 
graduates, 3 terms) after admission as a research student, the M.Sc. or M.Litt. 
degree may be obtained. For the Ph.D. degree (v. p. 14) 3 yrs. are ordinarily 
required. One year of the 3-yrs.' course may be remitted if the applicant 
satisfies the Board of Research Studies that he or she has done at least a yr.'s 
satisfactory research work before admission to Cambridge Univ, For any 
degree six terms' residence is essential. 

UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS open to graduates number about 60, and are 
worth about 6000 p.a. In almost every instance they are open only to persons 
who have graduated in this Univ., or have kept a certain number of terms. 
For details see Students' Handbook (price 75 6d., Univ. Press), which also 
gives details of Entrance Scholarships. 

For scholarships and grants open to other than graduates of the Univ. see 
App. XXIII. 

DOMINIONS AND COLONIAL EXHIBITIONS. In view of the difficulties experi- 
enced by Dominion and Colonial students in competing for scholarships and 
exhbns. in the open examn. held each Dec., Trinity Coll. is prepared to consider 
applications made by Dominion and Colonial Univs. on behalf of their students 
for the grant of exhbns. ; value 40 a yr. either more or less according to 
holder's financial circumstances. See also App. XXIII. Candidates must 
apply through the principal authority of their univ. Applications for next 
award must reach the Senior Tutor, Trinity Coll. by July i, 1933, from whom 
particulars should be obtained. 

EXPENSES. No return. See under " Oxford," p. 234, and the Students 1 
Handbook to Cambridge, 1932-33 (Chap. IV.). 

THE UNIVERSITY APPOINTMENTS BOARD is concerned with appointments 
of all kinds (Secy.O. V. Guy, D.S.O., M.C., M.A. ; Asst. Sees. A. L. May- 
cock, M.C. M.A. (Education) ; W. N. C. van Grutten, O.B.E., M.C., M.A. 
(Engineering). Address : University Offices, St. Andrew's St. Telegrams 
Appointments, Cambridge. 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S APPOINTMENTS BOARD. Secy. Miss S. 
Campbell, M.A., 4 Brick Court, Temple, London, E.C.4. Interviews by 
appointment only. 

The UNIVERSITY LIBRARY contains about 1,250,000 vols., including many 
early printed books, and over 10,000 MSS. and 195,000 maps. It is entitled 
under the Copyright Act to a copy of every book published in the U.K., and 



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a large number of foreign books and periodicals are acquired by purchase. 
It contains, amongst others, the following remarkable collections : Acton 
library (mediaeval, ecclesiastical, and modern history, 60,000 vols.) ; W. G. 
Aston's Japanese library ; Sir T. Wade's Chinese books ; J. W. Clark collection 
(Cambridge books, pamphlets, papers, etc.). The annual budget is about 
20,000. 

Each College has a library. Some are interesting survivals of mediaeval 
rooms kept in the state in which they were originally airanged. Among special 
collections in College libraries are : m Christ's College the Robertson Smith 
collection of Oriental books, many of which are connected with Semitic litera- 
ture ; in Gonville and Caius College 800 MSS. collected by Wm. Moore, 1653- 
59, 60 incunabula, heraldic collections of Dr. John Knight (i7th cent.), 1300 
books and controversial pamphlets of Dr. Wm. Branthwaite (d. 1619), Norfolk 
and Suffolk topographical and genealogical works ; in Girton College small 
collections of Oriental books, chiefly Sanskrit (CoweU) and Hebrew (Frere 
printed catalogue), and Botany books and pamphlets (Ethel Sargant). 

In the Arts School in Bene't Street are the Seeley Memorial (works on 
History and Comparative Politics originally collected by Prof. John Symonds, 
1771 to 1807, and added to by his successors), the Bendall (Sanskrit, etc.), 
and Modern and Mediaeval Languages and Moral Sciences departmental 
libraries. A large library of English and other literature is housed in the 
English School (Downing St.). The Balfour library in Downing Place contains 
a large collection of books and periodicals on biological subjects. Here also is 
the Marshall Library of Economics. Other important departmental collec- 
tions are in the Museum of Classical Archaeology, the Squire Law Library, 
the Selwyn Divinity School, and the schools of the Natural Sciences. There 
is a collection of music in the rooms of the Cambridge Musical Society 
(Downing St.). The Library of the Philosophical Society maintains a special 
relation to all the Scientific Depts., and is very rich in sets of Journals and 
Scientific Transactions. 

MUSEUMS, (a) Art and Archaeology. 

The Ftizwnlliam Museum (Dircctor---S. C. Cockerell, M.A., Litt.D.) contains 
a large and valuable collection of paintings, drawings, engravings, Egyptian 
and Greek antiquities, ceramics, coins, illustrated MSS., autographs, early 
printed books, and music. 

The Museum of Classical Archeology (Curator Prof. A. B. Cook, Litt.D. 
Qu.) contains a collection of casts illustrating the history of Greek sculpture. 

The Museum of Ethnology and Archeology (Curator L. C. G. Clarke, M.A. 
Trin. H.) has a large and increasing collection, including Saxon urns and orna- 
ments, casts of Central American monuments, Egyptian stone implements, 
unique Fijian collections, and numerous others resulting from scientific expedi- 
tions by Cambridge men. 

(6) Science. 

The Museums of Science include museums, laboratories, lecture-rooms, 
classrooms, and workshops for Agric., Bio-Chem., Bot., Chcm., Engin, (in- 
cluding Engine-room, Elasticity, Elec., and Hydraulic Labs , and drawing 
office), Exper. Physics, Hum. Anat,, Ethnol., Medicine, Mineralogy, Path., 
Physiol., Psychol., Zool., and Comp. Anat. 

The Museum of Zoology (Supt. C. F. Cooper, M.A. Trin. H.) includes very 
complete series of vertebrates and invertebrates, a scries of invcrtcbrata from 
Naples, valuable collection of Polyzoa, extensive collection of marine animals 
from Pacific and Indian Oceans, and an important collection illustrating 
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The Sedgwick Museum of Geology includes a fine collection of British and 
foreign building stones lately added to the Economic section. 

LABORATORIES AND FIELD STATIONS. 

The Zoological Laboratory, in addition to providing for the ordinary work of 
the Dept. and for research, affords peculiar faculties for the study of diseases 
of animals and of economic entomology. 

Low Temperature Station for Research in Bio-Chemistry and Bio-Physics 
(Director Sir William B. Hardy, M.A. Cai., F.R.S.). See App. XXIV. A. I. (f). 

The Botanic Garden (Director H. Gilbert-Carter, M.B., Ch.B. Edin., M.A. 
Trin.). 

The Scott Polar Research Institute (Director Prof. F. Debenham, M.A. 
Cai.). See App. XXIV. A. (VI.). 

In addition the following Research Institutes attached to the School of 
Agriculture : 

Animal Nutrition Institute (Director F. H. A. Marshall, Sc.D., F.R.S. Chn). 
See App. XXIV. A. I. (d). 

Plant Breeding Institute (Director Emer. Prof. Sir R. H. Biffen, M.A., 
F.R.S. St. Cath.). See App. XXIV. A. I. (a). 

Virus Diseases of Potatoes Section (Director- R. N. Salaman, M.D. Trin. H.). 

Horticultural Research Station (Director D. Boyes, M.A. Emm.). See 
App. XXIV. A. I. (b). 

Department of Ammal Pathology. See App. XXIV. A. I. (c). 

Animal Diseases Research Institute (Director Prof. J. B. Buxton, M.A., 
F.R.C.V.S., D.V.H.). See App. XXIV. A. I. (c). 

Small Ammal Breeding Institute (Director Prof. R. C. Punnett, M.A., 
F.R.S. Cai.). See App. XXIV. A. I. (d). 

The Molteno Institute for Research m Parasitology (Director D. Keihn, M.A. 
Magd.). See App. XXIV. A. I. (c). 

A SCHOOL OF PATHOLOGY was endowed by the Rockefeller Foundation 
(133,000) and Ernest Gates (33,000) in 1924. 

The OBSERVATORY (Director Sir A. S. Eddington, M.A. Trin., D.Sc., 
F.R S., Plumian Prof, of Astr.), about a mile from Cambridge, has a meridian 
circle of 8 J in. aperture ; the Northumberland equatorial 12 in. aperture ; 
the Sheepshanks photographic equatorial i2i in. ; a number of smaller instru- 
ments, and a good library. 

The SOLAR PHYSICS OBSERVATORY (Director Prof. F. J. M. Stratton, 
D.S.O., M.A. Cai.) standing close to the older Obs. has the Newall telescope 
(25 in.), McClean coelostat and spectrograph, Huggins telescopes, etc. The 
Univ. has taken over charge (for the Govt.) of the Solar Physics Obs. formerly 
at South Kensington, receiving a grant-in-aid. 

The CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS, instituted in 1858, are held at 480 
centres in the U.K. and 200 Overseas, notably in India, Ceylon, Malaya, W. 
Indies, and W. Africa. Approx. number of candidates in 1932 : Home 13,025, 
Overseas 15,910. Regns. for the School and Higher School Certificate and 
Junr. examns. and for Certif. of Proficiency in English (for foreign students), 
may be obtained from Syndicate Buildings, Cambridge. See also, p. 64. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Lectures are delivered and classes in connexion 
with them held by a staff of about 40 itinerant lecturers in various towns in 
different parts of England, including places so distant as Southport, Newcastle, 
Gt. Yarmouth, and Exeter, under a system initiated in Cambridge m 1873. 
The characteristic features of the method of teaching adopted are (i.) the 



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Lecture presenting the subject in broad outline, (u.) the Class, held for about 
an hour before or after the lecture, at which questions are given out by the 
lectr., (Hi.) the essays written on these questions, and (iv.) the examination. 
The grades of certificates are . Terminal, awarded after a course of ordinarily 
12 lectures ; Terminal Certificate in Honours implying distinction ; Sessional, 
for courses extending over not more than 2 yrs. and including at least 22 
lectures ; the Vice-chancellor's, awarded to students who obtain Terminal or 
Sessional certifs. satisfying certain conditions and submit a satisfactory essay. 
A Travelling Library is provided for each course. The work is under the 
management of the BOARD OF EXTRA-MURAL STUDIES, on which there are, in 
addition to members of the Senate, representatives of the Local Centres Union 
and the Workers' Educational Assocn. Full particulars can be obtained from 
the Secy., G. F. Hickson, M.A., Stuart House, Cambridge. 

THE SUMMER MEETING (University Extension) is held in Cambridge in 
alternate years and will take place in 1934. In other years there is a Vacation 
Course for Foreign Students, and also Summer Courses in Geography, History, 
English Lit., etc. 

TUTORIAL CLASSES are arranged in connexion with the Workers' Educational 
Assocn. They are managed by a Committee appointed by the Board of Extra- 
mural Studies, including all the members of the Board nominated by the W.E. A. 
The Tutorial Classes Summer School is held every year for 3 or 4 weeks. 

PUBLICATIONS. The Camb. Univ. Reporter, weekly during term, 3d. a copy, 
terminal subs. ss. 6d., or by post 43. 6d. ; Ordinances, 1930 (fresh editions every 
3 or 4 yrs ), 155. ; Supplementary Ordinances, 1932, 25. 6d. ; The Students Hand- 
book, annually in early autumn, 7s. 6d. ; Facilities for Study and Research ; 
Compendium of Univ. Regns., 9d. ; Statutes of the Univ. and Passages from Acts 
ofParU., 53. ; Endowments of the Univ., 1904, los 6d. ; Alumni Cantabrigienses, 
Ed. J. and j. A. Venn (to the year 1751, four volumes), 7 : ios. each vol. ; 
Matricns. and Degrees (a list of all those who have entered the Univ.) : 1544- 
1659, 45 s - J 1851-1900, 155. ; 1901-1912, las. 6d. , the Calendar, annually 
(Nov.), 155. ; the Historical Register, 203. ; Historical Register Supplement : 
1911-20, 8s. 6d. ; 1921-30, I2S. 6d. ; Index to Tripos Lists, 1748-1910, ros. ; 
The War List of the Univ. of Cambridge, 1914-1918, 203. ; University Extension : 
a Survey of Fifty Years, by W. H. Draper, 33. 6d. ; University Ceremonies, by 
H. P. Stokes, 75. 6d. ; The Cambridge Pocket Diary, annually in Oct., 2S. 6d,, 
with pencil, 35. 6d. These, and the books mentioned below, Mulhnger's and 
Willis and Clark's, may be had from the Cambridge Univ. Press, Fetter Lane, 
London, E.C.4, and from all booksellers. 

Histories, etc. : (a) Annals of Cambridge, by C. H. Cooper (5 Vols.) ; (&) The 
Univ. of Cambridge, by J. B. Mullinger (3 vols. to the later i7th cent.) ; (c) 
College Histories Robinson's Series, various authors ; Dent's Series King's, 
St. John's, Trinity, 2s. each ; (d) Cambridge and its Colleges, A. Hamilton 
Thompson ; (e) Cambridge, T. D. Atkinson and J. W. Clark ; (/) Architectural 
History of Cambridge, R. Willis and J. W. Clark, 4 vols ; (g] The Charm of 
Cambridge, by S. C. Roberts. 

Magazines (unofficial) : The Cambridge Review, the Granta, the Gownsman, 
the New Cambridge, weekly during term. 

RECENT LEGISLATION 

For an outline of the new statutes which became operative in 1926, cf. Year- 
book for 1932, p. 66. 



CAMBRIDGE 63 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. The Goldsmiths' Company endowed a Professorship of 
Metallurgy. The Trustees of the British Museum, 2000 for the Scott Polar 
Research Institute. Dr. Bidder, 5000 lire, and the promise of a like sum in 
1933, for the benefit of occupants of the Cambridge Table at the Zoological 
Station at Naples. Dr. Rose, 2000 for the foundation of a Studentship. Mr. 
G. H. Hallam, an annual prize, value c. 50, to be used for travel in Italy. 
Countess Martmengo Cesaresco, a bequest of 4000 to Gonville and Caius Coll. 
for a Univ. Studentship. 

BUILDINGS. Good progress made with buildings in connexion with the 
Rockefeller Benefaction : the foundations of the new Univ. Library are com- 
plete ; the exterior of the extension of the School of Agriculture nearly com- 
pleted, and work is in progress on the extension of the Physiological Laby. 
Plans prepared for a large extension of the Zoological Laby. and for the recon- 
struction of the present building and the Medical School. The Royal Society 
Mond Laby. for magnetic and cryogenic research completed, and the equip- 
ment being installed. The new Literary Lecture Rooms should be ready before 
the end of the current academical year. 

NEW DEVELOPMENT. A Sub-Dept. of Aeronautics in the Dept. of Engineer- 
ing approved, the Francis Mond Prof, of Aeronautical Engin. to be the Director. 

SPECIAL LECTURES The Rede Lecture was delivered by G. S. Gordon, 
M A. Ox. (subject : " Robert Bridges ") ; six lectures by S. Morison, Sanders 
Reader in Bibliography (subject : " The Physical Development of the English 
Newspaper from 1622 to the Present Day ") ; three lectures by W. R. Halliday 
(J. H. Gray Foundation, on : " Greek Legend "). 

DEATHS. 1931 : J. R. Wardale, Fellow and formerly Sr. Tutor of Clare ; 
Rev. T. C. Fitzpatrick, President of Queens' ; J. C. Watt, Sr. Fellow of Jesus ; 
Rev. H. W. Fulford, Sr. Fellow of Clare. 1932 : Rev. C. J. Cooper, Trinity ; 
Dame B. S. Newall, Univ. Lectr. in Fac. of Arch, and Anth., Director of 
Scandinavian Studies, formerly Mistress of Girton ; H. W. Bausor, Clare ; 
Rev. Canon R. H. Kennett, Reg. Prof, of Hebrew, FeUow of Queens' ; E. H. 
Griffiths, Hon. Fellow and formerly Fellow of Sidney ; Rev. J. H. Gray, Sr. 
Fellow and Vice-Pres. of Queens' ; K. H. Breul, Schroder Prof, of German, 
Fellow of King's ; R. H. Adie, Trin. and St. John's, formerly Sec. of School of 
Agric. ; Muriel W. Onslow, Univ. Lectr. in Biochemistry, formerly Fellow of 
Newnham ; Sir D. J. Tata, Hon. Fellow of Caius ; W. Briggs, Jesus ; G. 
Osborn, Emmanuel ; Sir R. Threlfall, Hon. Fellow of Caius ; J. F. Stout, St. 
John's ; G. Lowes Dickinson, Fellow of King's ; E. S. Prior, Slade Prof, of 
Fine Art, Fellow of Caius. 

HONORARY DEGREES. LL.D. Lieut.-Gen. Lord Baden-Powell ; Rt. Hon. 
Viscount Sankey of Moreton, the Lord High Chancellor ; Col. Sir Maurice 
Pascal Alers Hankey, Clerk of the Privy Council ; Litt.D. Prof . Werner Wil- 
helm Jaeger, Berlin ; Prof. John William Mackail, Royal Academy of Arts ; 
Sc.D. Sir William Henry Bragg, Director of the Royal Institution. M.A. 
Hugh Meyrick Meynck- Jones, M.D. (Durham) ; Lieut.-Col. William George 
Grey ; Herbert Hunter, D.Sc. (Leeds). 

APPOINTMENTS BOARD. In 1931, 365 appointments were obtained on the 
introduction of the Board. These included : educational, 132 ; manufactur- 
ing and technical, 81 ; administrative posts in commerce and industry, 66 ; 
Government departments, mainly scientific, 12 ; colonial administrative, 14 ; 
agriculture and forestry, 25 ; Indian and Colonial Railways, P.W.D. and 



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Survey, 5 J journalism and publicity, 8 ; railway traffic, 8 ; articled clerk- 
ships, 6 ; medical, 2 ; miscellaneous, 6. 

LOCAL EXAMNS. were held in December 1931 at 418 centres, including 47 
in India, 36 in Ceylon, 35 in Straits Settlements and Malay States, 4 in China, 
22 in Africa, 25 in W. Indies, and others in Central and S. America, the Bahamas, 
Bermuda, British Arabia, Cairo, Fiji, Gibraltar, Mauritius', New York, New 
Zealand, Sarawak, Seychelles, and Switzerland. The number of candidates 
was 17,924. In July 1932 the examns. were held in 405 centres, of which 34 
were overseas, and the number of candidates was 10,748. 

STUDENTS (excluding 70 men and 15 women not members of the Univ.) 
whose homes are in the British Isles : men 4602, women 451 ; not in the British 
Isles but within the British Empire : m. 326, w. 16 ; in foreign countries, m. 
176, w. ii. Total : full-time, 5667. 

RESEARCH STUDENTS, June 1932, 245, of whom no were Cambridge 
graduates. Their distribution among the various fields of research was as 
follows : Aeronautics i, Agric. 14, Anglo-Saxon 3, Anthropol. 6, Astrophysics, i, 
Biochem. 18, Botany 17, Classics 9, Crystallog. 2, Divinity 2, Econ. 5, Engin. 8, 
Engl. 12, Entomol. 2, Forestry i, Geol. 7, Hist. 15, Law i, Maths. 29, Metall. 3, 
Mod. Langs. 9, Moral Sci. 3, Org. Chem. 9, Oriental Langs. 2, Parasitol. 3, 
Petrol. 4, Pharmacol. i, Phys. Chem. 16, Physics, 29, Physiol. 2, Psychol. 3, 
Zool. 8. 

BOARD OF EXTRA-MURAL STUDIES. Local Lectures (Univ. Extension) : 
44 courses of 12 lectures, 9 of 6 lectures. Tutorial Classes : 7 first-yr., 14 
second-yr., 11 third-yr. The Summer Meeting was held from July 28 to Aug. 
1 8, and was attended by 490 students. The main subject was " The Con- 
tribution of Ancient Greece to Modern Life," the programme being planned and 
earned through with the help of many members of the Fac. of Classics. The 
Tutorial Classes Summer School was held for 3 wks. in July and Aug., and 
was attended by 74 students. 9 extra-mural students were resident in Cam- 
bridge for the year (3 being no longer under the direction of the Board). The 
Cambridge Bulletin of Extra-mural Studies was published once, in the Michael- 
mas Term : a supplement containing a list of classes and courses was issued m 
the Lent Term. 

Students attending Tutorial Classes : men 297, women 326 ; Local Lecture 
(Extension Courses), 4605. 

DEGREES. LL.D., i ; M.D., 11 ; Sc.D., 6 ; Litt.D., 2 ; B.D., 5 ; Ph.D., 
59 ; M Chir., 2 ; M.A., 7*4 ; LL.M., 3 ; M,Sc., i ; M.Litt., 3 ; M.B., 44 ; 
B.Chir., 75 ; LL.B., 30 ; Mus.B., 7 ; B.A., 1432. Titles of Degrees conferred 
on Women during the academical year : Ph.D., 7 ; M.A., 64 ; M.B., i ; B.Chir., 
3 ; B.A., 119 ; Mus.B., 2. 



UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM 

VISITOR THE LORD BISHOP OF DURHAM. 

CHANCELLOR The Most Honourable THE MARQUESS OF LONDONDERRY, 
K.G., P.C., M.V.O., LL.D. 

VICE-CHANCELLOR Sir WILLIAM S. HARRIS, K.C.S.I., K.C.IJE., D.Litt. 

PRO-VICE-CHANCELLORS Sir ROBERT A. BOLAM, O.B.E , M.D., LL.D., 
F.R.C P. ; J. S. G. PEMBERTON, M A., D C.L. ; Rev. STEPHEN 
R. P. MOULSDALE, M.A., B.D. 

DEANS OF FACULTIES Theology : Rev. E. G. PACE, D.D. ; Arts and 
Letters : B. COLGRAVE, M.A. ; Medicine : S. MCDONALD, M.D. ; 
Science : W. E. CURTIS, D.Sc. ; Applied Science : GRANVILLE 
POOLE, B.Sc. ; Music : Sir E. C. BAIRSTOW, D.Mus. ; Commerce : 
E. D. MCCALLUM, M.A. ; Law : T. K. JOHNSTON, M.A., LL.M. 

PROCTORS G. R. GOLDSBROUGH, D.Sc , F.R.S. ; J. L. BURCHNALL, 
M.C , M.A. 

REGISTRAR H. G. THEODOSIUS, M.A., B. es L., 38 North Bailey. 
LIBRARIAN E. V. STOCKS, M A. 

AFFILIATED AND ASSOCIATED COLLEGES 

A. Colleges in which students may matriculate, keep terms, and pass 
examns., and so qualify without coming to England for the B.A., M.A., B.D., 
D.D., B.C.L., and D.C.L. degrees : 

CODRINGTON COLLEGE, BARBADOS. Trustees (under the will of Christopher 
Codrington, who died in 1710) The Society for the Propagation of the Gospel ; 
Visitor The Lord Bishop of Barbados ; Principal Rev. J. C. Wippell, M.A., 
B.D. ; Prof, of Theology Rev. W. E. Hopkins, M.A. ; Prof, of Classics W. W. C. 
Dunlop, M.A. ; Prof, of Medicine F. W. Greaves, M.B., D.P.H. 

FOURAH BAY COLLEGE, SIERRA LEONE. Founded in 1827 by the Church 
Missionary Society. In 1918 the Wesleyan Missionary Society became 
associated with the C.M.S. in the control of the College. Visitor The Bishop 
of Sierra Leone; Deputy Visitors The Chief Justice, the Colonial Secretary, 
Principal Rev. J. L. C. Horstead, M.A. ; Senior Tutor Rev. T. S. Johnson, 
M.A., B.D. ; 4 Tutors and i Occasional Lecturer. 

B. STTNDERLAND TECHNICAL COLLEGE. Founded in iQoa. By the 
Durham. University Act of 1908 this College was to be affiliated in the Schools 
of Engineering and Electrical Engineering when the equipment and staff 
should be deemed adequate. The affiliation took place in 1930, and in 1931 
certain members of the staff were accorded the status of " Recognized Teachers " 
in the University. The " Recognized Teachers " are represented on the Board 
of the Faculty of Applied Science. Principal E. R. Verity, B.Sc., A.R.C.S. 

C. The following associated Theological Colleges : 

St. Aidan's, Birkenhead; St. Andrew's, Oyo, Nigeria; St. Augustine's, 
Canterbury ; the Bible Churchmen's Missionary Coll., Clifton ; Burgh ; Chi- 
chester ; Dorchester ; Edinburgh ; Highbury ; Jamaica ; St. John's, Armi- 

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dale, N.S.W. ; Lichfield ; Lincoln ; Queen's (St. John's, Newfoundland) ; 
Salisbury ; Selwyn (Dunedin) ; Warmmster ; Bishop Wilson School, Isle of 
Man ; Queen's Coll., Birmingham. 

Students may take in these Colleges courses extending over 3 years, which 
qualify for the Lic.Theol. Nine terms kept in one of these Colleges, after 
passing the matricn. examn , may be counted in lieu of 6 of the terms 
required for the B.A. degree in the case of a student who obtains the Lic.Theol. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The Univ. was established by Act of Parliament in 1832 and reconstituted 
in two divisions in 1908. The College of Medicine, founded in 1832, became 
associated with the Univ. first in 1852, and more closely, as " The University 
of Durham College of Medicine," in 1870. Armstrong College was founded 
in 1871 as the Durham College of Physical Science, and assumed its present 
name in 1904. The Vice-Chancellorship is held in rotation by a representative 
of the Durham Colleges, College of Medicine, and Armstrong College for 2 years. 

The Univ. has no teaching staff apart from those of the Durham Colls., 
the Coll. of Medicine, and Armstrong Coll. The Council of the Durham 
Colleges, the Coll. of Medicine, and Armstrong Coll. have respectively full 
power and authonty to regulate teaching and discipline, and to provide for 
the appointment of all their teachers and other officers. 

LIBRARIES. See under the Colleges. 
ADMISSION. See Appendix XXII. 

DEGREES. B.A., B.Arch., M.A., B.Litt. (obsolete), M.Litt., D.Lilt. ; B.Sc., 
M.Sc., D.Sc. ; B.D., D.D. ; B.C.L., D.C.L., LL.B. ; M.B., B.S., M.D., M.S., 
D.Ch. ; B Hy., D.Hy. ; B.D.S., M.D.S. ; B.Mus., D.Mus. ; B.Com., M.Com. ; 
Ph.D ; M.Ed. 

Diplomas in Foreign Langs., Arabic, Theol., Psychiatry, Teaching, Public 
Health ; L.D.S., Lic.Theol. 

The B.A., B.Sc., or B.Com. may be obtained by a 3 yrs.' undergraduate 
course. For the ist yr. of the B.Sc, course equivalent study m another 
Univ., and for the ist yr. of the B.Com. course 2 yrs.' attendance as an evening 
student, may be accepted. For the B.Mus. two public examns. must be passed. 

For the M.B. and B.S. at least i of the 5 yrs. of Med. study must be spent 
in the Coll. at Newcastle. The B.Hy. is open to graduates in Med. who have 
spent i yr. in professional study at Newcastle. The B.D.S. course is one of 
5 yrs. 

The B.C.L. may be taken by examn. by a B.A. of 6 terms' standing. The 
LL.B. may be taken by a candidate of Intermediate grade in Arts or Science 
after a 3 yrs.' course. 

The course for the Diploma in Teaching covers 3 terms after graduation. 

The course for the Diploma in Arabic covers 3 terms. 

The M.A. is open to a B,A. of 9 terms' standing who obtained ist or 2nd 
Class Honours in the Final B.A. examn. or, after passing this examn., has passed 
the Dipl. Thcol., B.D , B.C.L., M.B. or B Sc , degree examn., or who qualifies by 
passing a special examn. The M.Litt. can be obtained by graduates in Arts 
or Commerce of Durham after at least 2 yrs.* research under the direction of a 
member of the University Staff. The M.Sc. can be obtained by a B.Sc. of 
2 yrs.' standing by original work or examn. The M.D.S. can be obtained by 
a B.D.S. of 2 yrs. 1 standing by thesis and practical dental work of high skill. 
The M.Ed, can be obtained without further residence by graduates of 
Durham or of an approved Univ. who hold the Dip. in the Theory and Practice 



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of Teaching of Durham ; "by other graduates after a 2 yrs.' course of stud 
under direction. 

The D.Litt. or D.C.L. may he obtained hy a B.A. (or B.Litt.) or B.C.L 
respectively, of 10 yrs.* standing by a sufficient contribution to learning; tt 
D.Sc. in the 7th year after admission to B.Sc. ; the D.Mus. by a B.Mus c 
15 terms' standing. 

For the M.D. a candidate must have had 2 yrs. of research work or of practi< 
in a hospl. or Mily. or Naval service after graduation as M.B. 

For the D,Ch. a candidate must have devoted 3 yrs. (including one at leas 
in the Univ. and 6 months at least abroad), subsequently to having obtained 
registrable qualification, to the study of surgery and ancillary subjects. 

For the D.Hy. 2 yrs/ experience of Pub. Health research after obtainin 
the B.Hy. are necessary. 

Degrees, etc., in Theology. The B.D. examn. is open to candidates who ai 
graduates in Arts of Durham. The Lie. in Theol. is open to members < 
the Church of England only. Nine terms must be kept at one of the Theo 
Colls, in list C above. The Dipl. in Theol. is obtainable by graduates of 
Univ. of the British Empire who keep 3 terms at Durham and pass the Dip 
examn. Residence for a year at an approved Australian Coll. may be accepte 
in lieu of keeping 3 terms at Durham. The D.D. is open to a B.D. of Durhai 
who is a Master of Arts of 10 yrs.* standing on submission of a sufficient cor 
tnbution to learning. 

FEES. Matricn., 2. Exarnns. and degrees, 2 to 10 (Examns. for D.C1 
20; D.Hy., 20; Final for M.B., B.S., 15). 

PUBLICATIONS. Univ. Calendar (Oct.), 2s. 6d. ; Durh. Univ. Gazett 
45., 4 times a year ; Durh. Univ. Journal (oldest Univ. Mag. in England), on< 
a term, is. 6d. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

NEW DEVELOPMENTS. Report of representative University Committee c 
" Entrance tests and Bachelors* degrees " sent to leading educational authoritu 
and bodies. Annual publication of abstracts of doctorate theses decided o 
Representatives of " Recognized Teachers " of Sunderland Tech. Coll. c 
Faculty of Applied Sci. Univ. becomes member of Universities Bureau < 
the British Empire. 

HONORARY DEGREES. D.D. Rt. Rev. B. F. Simpson. D.C.L. Fd 
Marshal Sir W. R. Birdwood, Sir F. G. Hopkins, Sir A. M. Sutherland. D.Sc.- 
Mr. C. H.Merz. D.Litt. Prof. R. W. Chambers, Sir J. H. Marshall. D.Mu 
Mr. John Ireland. M.A .Col. L. Newcombe, Mr. T. H. Spencer, Aid. S. I 
Swan. M.Sc. Mr. J. H. Marr, Mr. C. E. Robson. 

STUDENTS READING FOR DEGREES AND DIPLOMAS OF THE UNIV. Fu 1 
time, 1439. Part-time, 126. 

DEGREES. M.D., 24 ; D.Sc., 2 ; D.Hy., i ; D.Mus , 3 ; Ph.D., 7 ; M J 
51 ; M.Sc., 15 ; MXitt., 2 ; M.Com., i ; M.Ed., 4 ; B.C.L., 2 ; M.B. and B.5 
31 ; B.A., 160 ; B.Sc., 137 ; B.Hy., 6 ; B.Mus., 7 ; B.Com., 9 J B.D.S., 
L.Th., 27 ; Dip.Th., 13 ; D.Th.P.T., 133 ; D.P.H., 7 ; L.D.S., 2. 

TUTORIAL CLASSES (W.E.A.) AND EXTENSION COURSES. The total no. 
Advanced Classes was i, of Tutorial Classes 51, of Extension Courses 32, 
Preparatory Classes 6 ; districts served : the counties of Durham, Northui 
berland, Cumberland and Westmorland. 



DURHAM DIVISION 



President of Council J. S. G. PEMBERTON, M.A., D.C.L. 
Secretary of the Council]. L. BURCHNALL, M.C., M.A. 

Secretary of Examinations 

PralectorS. R. P. MOITLSDALE, M.A., B.D. 
Treasurer F. W. RITSON, M.A. 
Librarian E. V. STOCKS, M.A. 
Sub-Librarian D. RAMAGE, M.A. Edin. 

PROFESSORS AND LECTURERS 



Arch&ological Research 
Birley, E. B., B.A. Ox. Lectr. 

Botany 
Griffiths, B. M., D.Sc. Birm., 

F.L.S. Reader. 

Chalklin, Kathleen M., M.Sc. 

Wales Lectr. 

Chemistry 

Masson, J. I. Orme, D.Sc. Melb., 

F.I.C. Prof. 

Christie, G. H., M.Sc., Ph.D. ShefL 

Lectr. 

Gibby, C. W., M.Sc., Ph.D. Lond. 
Lectr. 

Waters, W. A., M.A., Ph D. Camb. 
Lectr. 
Classics 

Richards, Rev. G. C., M.A., D.D. 
Ox. (Greek and Class. Lit.) 

Prof. 

How, Rev. J. H., M.A. Ox. (Latin) 

Prof. 

Boden, J. P., M.A. Lectr. 

Body, L. A., M.A. Camb. Lectr. 

Donaldson, Rachel E. D., M.A. 

Ox. and Durh. Lectr. 

Norman, R. T., M.A. Lond., B.A. 

Ox. Lectr. 

Wright, R. P., B.A. Camb. 

Divinity and Eccl. History 
Dawson-Walker, Rev. D., M.A., 
D.D. Ox. Prof. 



Pace, Rev. E. G., M.A.,D.D. (Div.) 

Reader. 

Hawthorn, J. C., M.A. Lectr. 

Economics 
Helsby, L. N., B.A. Ox. Lectr. 

Education and Psychology 
Robinson, A., M.A., D.C.L. Prof. 
Wfflatt, J. F., M.A. Camb. 

Lectr. (Ed.). 

English Lang, and Lit. 

Abbott, C. C., M.A. Lond., Ph.D. 

Camb. Prof. 

Colgrave, B., M.A. Camb. Reader. 

Longland, J. L., B A. Camb. Lectr. 

French 

Sells, A. L., M.A. Camb., D. es L. 
Paris Prof. 

Scott, Ethel M., M.A. Lond. 

Lectr. 

Dodds, Muriel, M.A. Camb., Doc. 

de 1'Univ. Paris Lectr. 

Corbett, J. A., B.A. Asst. Lectr. 

Poujade, Y. Asst. 

Mauley, Audrey F., M. A., A.R.C.M. 

Asste. 

Gandilhon, C. Asste. 

Geography [Lectr. 

Manley, G., M.A., B.Sc. Camb. 
Sylvester, Dorothy, M.A. Liv. 

Lectr. 

Geology [Prof. 

Holmes, A., D.Sc. Lond., F.G.S. 
Hopkins, W., M.Sc., Ph.D. Lectr. 



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German 

Houston, Gertrude A. C., M.A. 
Belf ., Lond., and Durh. Lectr. 

Hebrew and Oriental Langs. 
Thomas, David W.,M. A. Ox. Prof. 

History 
Whiting, Rev. C. E., M.A., D.D., 

B.C.L. Prof. 

Lecturers : 

Hood, F. C., M.A. Edin. 
Douie, Decima L., B.A., Ph.D. 
Braley, Rev. E. F., M.A., LL.M. 

Camb. 
Methuen, Betty V. W., M.A. 

Litu^ology 

Moulsdale, Rev. S. R. P., M.A., 
B.D. Lectr. 

Logic 
Wallis, Rev. C. S., M.A. Lectr. 

Mathematics [Prof. 

Heawood, P. J., M.A. Ox., D.C.L. 
BurchnaU, J. L., M.C., M.A. Ox. 

Reader. 

Baxter, E. F., M.A. Camb., M.Sc. 
Lond. Lectr. (Applied M). 

Music 
Bairstow, Sir E. C., D.Mus. Prof. 



Paleography 
Bayley, K. C., M.A. Hon. Reader. 

Philosophy 
Macgregor, R., M.A. Lectr. 

Physics 
Wagstaff, J. E. P., M.A., D.Sc. 

Camb. Prof. 

Chalmers, J. A., BA., Ph.D. 

Camb., B.Sc. Lond. Lectr. 
Prowse, W. A., B.Sc., Ph.D. Lectr. 

Psychology, v. Educn. 

Theology, v. also Div. 
Coleman, Rev. N. D., M.A. Camb. 
Lectr. in X. and Hellen- 
istic Greek. 



University Extension 

35 Tutors and Lecturers were 
employed, of whom 6 were 
members of the University 
Staff. Secy, to the Joint 
Committee : Rev. Dr. Pace. 
Organizing Secy, of N.E. 
District of W.E.A. : J. B. 
Hall. 



THE DURHAM COLLEGES 

UNIVERSITY. Master Rev. J. H. How, M.A. Censor C. C. Abbott, 
M.A., Ph.D. Bursar A. A. Macfarlane-Grieve, M.A. Chaplain Rev. N. D. 
Coleman, M.A. 

HATFIELD. Master A. Robinson, M.A., D.C.L. Vice-Master and Chap- 
lain Rev. E. G. Pace, M.A., D.D. Tutor in English B. Colgrave, M.A. 
Censor B. Colgrave, M.A. Bursar A. A. Macfarlane-Grieve, M.A. 

ST. CHAD'S. Principal and Chaplain Rev. S. R. P. Moulsdale, M.A., B.D. 
Vice-PrincipalRev. C. E. Whiting, M.A., D.D., B.C.L. Classical Lectr. 
L. A. Body, M.A. Fellow, Tutor, and Bursar Rev. J. P. Boden, M.A. 
Junior Tutor Rev. C. I. Pettitt, B.A. 

ST. JOHN'S. Principal Rev. C. S. Wallis, M.A. Vice-Principal J. C. 
Hawthorn, M.A. Chaplain. Rev. C. H. G. Davey, B.A. Lectr. in Hebrew 
and Bursar W. H. A. Learoyd, B.A. Classical Lectr. O. W. Whaley, M.A. 

ST. MARY'S (for women). Principal Rachel E. D. Donaldson, M.A. ; Senior 
Tutor and Censor Betty V. W. Methuen, M.A. Junior Tutor and Secretary 
Eileen Wilkes, B.A. Domestic Bursar Amy D. Johns. 



70 ENGLAND 

*BEDE (Training College for men). Principal Rev. E. F. Braley, M.A., 
LLM. Vice-Principal D. E. Webster, B.Sc. Lectrs. Rev. M. C. Petit- 
pierre, M.A. ; L. T. Crawhall, B.A , M.R.C.S. ; C. R. Wheatley ; C. S. Axon; 
W. J. Ingram ; J. W. Roe, M.A. ; Rev. J. T. Hughes, B.A. ; H. Oldman, M.A. ; 
E. Hutcmnson, M.A. 

*ST. HILD'S (Training College for women). Principal Eleanor C. 
Christopher, M.A. Lectrs. Winifred Hmdmarch, M.Litt. ; Jean Templeton, 
M.A. ; Barbara McRae, B.A. ; Gladys Hinde, B.A. ; Sylvia Blackham ; 
Mary Maxwell, M.A. ; Honor Brown ; C. Maude, F.R.C.O., A.R.C.M. 

*NEVILLE'S CROSS (Training College for women). Principal Zeta G. D. 
May, M.A. Lectrs. Mary Benson, M.A., B.Sc. ; Marjone C. Haywood, M.A. ; 
Winifred M. A. Lomas, B.Sc. ; Netty M. Lunan, M.A. ; Dorothy Price, M.A. ; 
Agnes Bibby, L.R.A.M. ; Agnes I Champ ; Ethel B. Row ; C. Maude, 
F.R.C.O., A.R.C.M. 

NON-COLLEGIATE STUDENTS. Censor Rev. N. D. Coleman, M.A. 
HOME STUDENTS (Women). Censor Gertrude A. C. Houston, M.A. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

For early history, see Yearbook for 1929. 

LIBRARY, 41,000 vols., 157 incunabula; including rare theological and 
patristic books. Separate Science Library in the Department of Science. 
OBSERVATORY with ahnucantar, seismograph, etc. 

ADMISSION. See Appendix XXIL 

FEES. Including admission, tuition, exarons., board and lodging, sub- 
scriptions and gratuities, at Univ. College, 113 p.a. ; Hatfield, 106 ; St. 
Chad's, 116 ; St. John's, 110 ; St. Mary's, 106 ; St. Hild's, 50-^60; 
Neville's Cross, 45. Non-Coil, students pay 30 p.a. in Arts, 36 p.a. in 
Science, Univ. fees including club subscriptions ; average cost of board and 
lodging per term 18 to 24. 

FELLOWSHIPS. 3 Research, 120, open only to candidates who have kept 
terms and taken B.A. in Durham Division. Pemberton Research Fellowship, 
120, and Centenary Fellowship, 125, open only to candidates who have kept 
terms and taken B.Sc. in Durham Div. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. Valuable collection of books from the Library of the late 
Prof, of English. Also collection of about 1800 books from the collection of the 
late Bishop of Jarrow. 1000 from the Emma Richardson Estate for the 
School of Theology. 

NEW BUILDINGS. Halfield College New Building completed. 

NEW POST. New Asst. Lectr. in the School of Mod. Langs. 

OTHER DEVELOPMENTS. New Meteorological Station and a freshwater 
biology laboratory (Buttcrby Pool) opened. 

* Colleges under the Board of Education licensed by the Council of 
Durham Colleges as places of residence for students reading for degrees in 
the Durham Division of the University. 



DURHAM 71 

VISIT OF MEMBER OF STAFF TO ANOTHER UNIVERSITY. Prof. Arthur 
Holmes delivered the Lowell Lectures at Harvard Univ. 

RETIREMENTS. A. P. Whitaker (Classics), Edith M. Higgins (Botany). 

DEATHS. Rev. Prof. H. EUershaw (English), the Bishop of Jarrow (Theol.), 
J. M. Falkner (Palzeogr.). 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 475, including 55 graduates. Part-time : 
total, 7, including 7 graduates. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. B.A., 109 ; B.Sc., 23 ; M.A., 32 ; D.Mus., 2 ; M.Litt., 
2 ; B.Mus., 7 ; B.C.L., 2 ; L.Th., 27 ; Dip.Th., 13 ; D.Th.RT., 47. 



COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, NEWCASTLE-UPON- 

TYNE 

Chairman of the Court of Governors R. G. E. MORTIMER, O.B.E., J.P., 

M.A. 
President of the College, Vice-Chairman of the Court of Governors 

Sir THOMAS OLIVER, D.L., M.A., D.C.L., M.D., LL.D., D.Sc., 

F.R.C.P. 
Chairman of Council Sir ROBERT A. BOLAM, O.B.E., J.P., LL.D., M.D., 

F.R.C.P. 

Vice-Chairman of Council R. P. RANKEN LYLE, M.A., M.D., B.Ch. 
Treasurer Sir JOSEPH REED. 
Dean of the College STXJART MCDONALD, M.A., M.D., F.R.C.P.E., 

F.R.S E. 

Registrar GEORGE HALL, C.M.G., M.D , B.Sc., F.R.C.P. 
Secretary of Examinations D. BURNS, M.A., D.Sc. Glas. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Anesthetics 
Tate, E., M.D., B.S. Lectr. 

Tutors : 

Armstrong, F. G., M.B., B.S. 
Campbell, L. M. R., M.A., M.B., 

Ch.B. St. And. 
Markham, H. H , M.B , B.S. 
Osselton, E. W., M.B., B.S. 
Peet, E L , M B., B.S., L.D S. 
Phillips, W. J., B.Sc., M.B , B.S 
Seymour, W., M B , B.S. 

Anatomy 

Green, R. B, M.A., MB., BS 
Lond., F.R C.S. Prof. 

Whillis, J., M.D., M.S , F.R C S. 

Lectr. 

Rose, J. D., M.B., B.S., M.RC.S., 
L.R.C.P. Demr. 

Lectrs. in Appl. A. : 
Lickley, J D , M.D. Glas. 
Gilmour, J., M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S. 

Bacteriology 
Dunlop, E. M., M.C., M.D. Glas. 

Prof. 

Kellett, C. E., M A., M.D., Ch B. 
Camb , M.R.C.P. Asst. Lectr. 



Director of Routine Laboratory : 
Warren, S. H., M.R.C.S.. L.R.C.P., 

DP.H. 
Norton, R., M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H. 

Asst. 

Iredale, J. L. G., M.B, Ch.B., 
D P.H. Asst. 

Biology 
Beadle, L C., M.A. Camb. Lectr. 

Chemistry, Organic, and Bio- 

Chemistry 
Saunders, J. A., M.Sc., Ph.D. 

Lectr. 

Children, Diseases of 
Lectr. 

Dentistry, v. infra 

Dermatology 

Bolam, Sir Robert, O.B.E., LL.D. 
Glas., M.D., F.R.C.P. Lectr. 

Dermatology, Clinical 

Thompson, S,, M.D., B.S. Asst. 

Bolam, R. Mason, M.A., M.B., 

B.Ch. Camb. Asst. 

Hygiene, v. Pub. Health 



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DURHAM: COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, NEWCASTLE 73 

Laryngology, Otology, and Rhino- 
logy, Clinical 

Wilson. W. R, M.B., B.S. Lectr. 

Whillis, R., M.A., M.B., B.CMr. 

Camb., F.R.C.S.E. Asst. 



Materia Medica and Pharma- 
cology 

Hall, G., CM.G., M.D., B.Sc., 

F.R.C.P. Lectr. 

Electrotherapeutics 
Davidson, S. W., M.D., B.S. Lectr. 
Ramage, D., M.D., Ch.B. Mane., 
D.M.R.E. Liv. Asst. 

Medical Jurisprudence 
Nattrass, F. J., M.D., B.S., 
F.R.C.P. Lectr. 

Medicine, Principles and 

Practice 

Beattie, T., M.D., F.R.C.P. Prof. 

Hume, W. E., C.M.G., M.A., M JX, 

B.C., F.R.C.P. (and Clin. M.). 

Lectr. 

Drummond, H., M.D., B.S. Lectr. 

Medicine, Clinical 
Lectrs. : 
Hume, W. E. (v. Med. Princ. and 

Prac.). 

Drummond, H. (v. Med.). 
Parkin, A. (v. Therapeutics). 
Hall. G. (v.Mat. Med.). 
Hunter, T. C., M.D., B.S. 
Nattrass, F. J. (v. Med. Juris.). 
Spence, J. C., M.D., F.R.C.P. 
Armstrong, C. N., M.B., B.S., 

B.Hy., D.P.H., M.R.C.P. 

Tutors : 

Ogilvie, A. G., M.B., B.S.,M.R.C.P. 
Ungley, C. C., M.D., B.S., M.R.C.P. 
Lennox, J. A., M.B., B.S. 
Swan, W. G. A., M.B., B.S. 

Midwifery and Gyncecology 
Lyle, R. P. R., M.A., M.D. Dub. 
and Durh., B.Ch., B.A.O. 
Dub. Prof. 



Murray, E. F., M.D. St. And., 

F.R.C.S. 

Lectr. & Clin. Lectr. 
Lectrs. in Clinical M. : 
Ruxton, W. L., M.B., C.M. 
Campbell, L. Mabel R., M.A., 

M.B., Ch.B. 
Evers, H. Harvey, M.B., M.S., 

F.R.C.S. 

Weeks, L. M. f M A., M.D., B Ch. 
Stabler, F. E., M.D., B S., F.R.C.S. 

Ophthalmology [Prof. 

Wardale, J. D., M.A., M.B., B.S. 

Ophthalmology, Clinical 
Arkle, J. S., M.B., B.S. Lectr. 
Ingram, H. V., M.B., BS., 

M.R.C.S., D.O.M.S. Asst. 

Pathology and Clin. Path. [Prof. 
McDonald, S., M.D. Edin., M A., 

F.R.C.P.E., F.R.S E. 
Shaw, A. F. B., B.A., M.D. Dub., 

F.R.C.P.I., D.P.H. Lectr. 
Herbert, Freda K., M.A. Camb., 

M.B., B.S. Lond., M.R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. Lectr. 

Demrs. : 
Stephenson, G. E., M.C., B.Sc., 

M.D., B.S. 
McDonald, Junr., S., B.A., M.B., 

B.CMr. Camb., M.R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. 

Spence, J. C. (v. Med., Clin.) (Medi- 
cal Path.). 
Wardill, W. E. M., M.B., B.S., 

F.R.C.S. (Surgical Path.). 
Evers, H. H. (v. Midw. Clin.) 

(Gynsec. Path.). 

Physiology [Pro^ 

Burns, David, M.A., D.Sc. Glas. 
Seeker, J., M.Sc., L.R.C.P., 
M.R.C.S. Lectr. 

Henderson, Nellie, B.Sc. Lond. 

Demr. 

Ogilvie, A. G., M.B., B.S., 

M.R.C.P. Demr. 

Psychological Medicine 

MacPhail, H. D., O.B.E., M.A., 

M.D. Lectr. 



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Pubhc Health 

Kerr, H., O.B.E., M.A., M.D., 
Ch.B. Edin., D.P.H. Prol 

Surgery 
Turner, G. G.,M.B.,M.S.,F.R.C.S., 

F.A.C.S.(andinClin.S.) Prof. 
Clay, J., C.B.E., M.B., B.S., 

F.R.C.S. Lectr. 

Willan, Rf J., M.V.O., K.H.S., 

M.B., M.S., F.R.C.S. Lectr. 
Hodgson, N , M.B., M.S , F.R.C.S. 
(Op. S.) Lectr. 
Clinical Lectrs. : 
WiUan, R. J. (v. Surg.). 
Pybus, F. C , M.B., M.S , F.R.C.S. 
Johnston, H. M., B.A., M B. Belt, 

F R.C.S. 

Barclay, J. H., M.D., M.S., F R.C S. 
Hodgson, N., M.B., M.S., F.R.C.S. 
Hindmarsh, T. A., M.B., M.S., 

F.R C.S. 

Gilmour, J., M.B., M.S., F.R.C.S. 
Whyte, A. H., M.B., M.S., F.R.C.S. 
Hewitson, W. A., M.B., B.S. Lond., 

M.B., M S , F.R.C.S. 
WardiU, W. E. M, MB, B.S., 

F.R.C.S. 
Brumwell, J., M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S. 

Surgical Registrars : 
Mason, G. A., M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S. 
Watts, W. P. T., M.B., M.S., 

F.R.C.S.E. 
Saint, J. H., M.D., B.S., M.S. 

Minn., F.R.C.S. 

Surgical Tutors : 
Clark-Maxwell, G S , M A. Camb., 

M.B., B.S. 

Feggetter, G. Y., M.B., B.S. 
Larks, G. E., M.B., Ch.B. Sheff., 

F.R.C S.E. 
Logan, A., M.B , Ch.B. St. And., 

F.R.C.S.E. 
Stanger, J. K., M.B., BS., 

L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 



Ungley, H. G., M.D., B.S., 

L.R.C.P., M.R.C S. 
Therapeutics 
Parkin, A., M.D., F R.C.P., 

F.R.C.S. 
Zoology, v. Biol. 

Dentistry 
Lectrs : 
Laing, A. M., L.D.S. (D. Anat. 

and Physiol.). 
Wilson, G. E., L.R.C.P. and S., 

L.M., L D.S., R.C.S. Ire. (D. 

Mechs.). 

Lotinga, C., L.D S. Edin. (D. Me- 
tallurgy). 
Coltman, J., L.D.S. (D Surg. and 

Path.). 

Hutson, W., L.D.S. (Op. D. Surg.). 
Cooper, E. R., L.D.S. Edin. 

(Orthodontics). 
Seymour, W., M.B., B.S. (D. 

Anaesthetics). 
Davis, H., L.D.S. (D. Mat. Med. 

and Therap.). 

Seeker, J. (v. Physiol.) (D. His- 
tology). 

Reay, R. H , L.D.S. (Radiol.). 
Long, J. J., L.DS, Glas. (D. 

Metall.) Asst Lectr. 

Clinical Teachers in the Dental 

Hospital : 

Haggarty, T. R , L.D S. Glas. 
Scott, J. L., L.D.S Glas. 
Jameson, A., L D S. Edin. 
Lotmga, C., L.D.S. Edm. 
Richardson, E. Y., L.D.S. Edin. 
Laing, A. M., L.D.S. Edin. 
Gibbon, E., L.D.S. Eng. 
Davis, H., L.D.S. Glas 
Cooper, E. R., L.D.S. Edin. 
Haswell, S. V., L.D.S. Edin. 
Vincent, S. C., L.D.S. Glas. 
Long, J. J., L.D.S. Glas. 
Atkinson, J. A., L.D.S. 

Tutorial D. Surgeon. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Instruction in Clinical Medicine and Surgery is given in the Royal Victoria 
Infirmary (560 beds) and other hospitals ; in Practical Midwifery and Clinical 



DURHAM : COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, NEWCASTLE 75 

Gynaecology at the Princess Mary Maternity Hospital. The Pathological 
Museum provides an exceptional collection of specimens prepared by modern 
methods. Post-graduate teaching is supervised by a committee represent- 
ing the College and the hospitals. Research facilities are available in the 
various departments. 

LIBRARIES. An annual contribution is made to the Library at Armstrong 
College. In the Medical Section of the Armstrong College Library available 
for students of the College of Medicine there are over 15,000 volumes. Depart- 
mental libraries, 768 volumes. 

MUSEUMS. Anat., Hygiene, Mat. Med., Path. 

ADMISSION. See Appendix XXII. 

SCHOLARSHIPS open to undergraduate students of the College vary from 
20 to 60 p.a. ; open to graduates, 200 every second year and 180 every 
third year, and grants for surgical research. 

FEES. For tuition : M.B., B.S. (5 yrs.' course), 235 : 12 : 6 ; L.D.S. (4 yrs.' 
course, 259 : 133. ; B.D.S. (5 yrs. 1 course), 285 : i8s. (in each case including 
all hospital fees and subscriptions to Students' Union). For examinations : 
Pre-Registration, 3 : 35. ; M.B., B.S., 30 ; M.D., 5 ; M.S., 5 ; D.Ch., 20 ; 
B.Hy.,i2 : 12S. ; D.P.H.,i2 I2S. ; D.Hy.,2O ; D.Psy.,io : los. ; L.D.S., 
15 : IGS. ; B.D.S., 23 ; M.D.S., 5. For degrees : M.B., 6 : 6s.* ; B.S., 
6 : 6s. ; M.D.,io ; M.S., 6 : 6s. ; D.Ch.,io ; B.Hy.,6 : 6s.* ; D P.H.,s ; 
D.Hy., 10 ; D.Psy., 3 ; L.D.S., 3 ; B.D.S., 6 : 6s.* ; M.D.S., 6 : 6s. ; 
Ph.D., 5*. (When a degree marked * is an initial degree at the University the 
sum of IDS. is added.) 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. A further sum of 2600 from Sir Arthur Sutherland, Bart., 
K.B.E. (in addition to his original gift of 10,000) for the completion of the 
Dental Hosp. and School. Public Subscriptions to the College Funds amounted 
to 50. 

NEW BUILDINGS. A new Dental Hosp. and School in the grounds of the 
Royal Victoria Infirmary opened on Jan. 28, 1932, by the Chancellor of the 
Univ. The Dental School is an integral part of the Coll. of Med. ; the Dental 
Board of the U.K. has approved the Dept. for grants of bursaries to approved 
students. 

NEW POSTS. A whole-time lectr. in Biol. ; a whole-tune lectr. in Org. and 
Bio-Chemistry ; a whole-time lectr. and tutor in Dental Mechanics and Pros- 
thetics ; an asst. lectr. (pt.-time) in Bacteriol. ; a whole-time lectr. in Pathol. 
Chemistry ; a pt.-time lectr in Oper. Surg. ; a pt.-time lectr. in Surg. (special 
charge dental students) ; and a pt.-time lectr. in Med. (special charge 
dental students). 

VISITS OF TEACHERS. Prof. Edward Mellanby, Prof, of PharmacoL, Univ. 
of Sheffield, lectured on " Some Vitamin Investigations in Relation to Medi- 
cine " ; Prof. J J. R. Madeod, Reg. Prof, of Physiol., Umv. of Aberdeen, 
lectured on " Diabetes as a Physiological Problem." 

RETIREMENTS. Dr. D. Wells Patterson (Clin. Med.), Sir Robert Bolam 
(Clin. Deimatol. and Ven. Dis.), Dr. O. W. Ogden (Dis. of Children). 

STUDENTS. Full-time, 315, including i graduate and i diplomate. Part- 
tune, 99, including 98 graduates. 

DEGREES AND DIPLOMAS. M.D., 24 ; Ph.D., i ; D.Hy., i ; B.Hy., 6 ; 
M.B., B.S., 31 J B.D.S., i ; D.P.H., ? J L.D.S., z. 



ARMSTRONG COLLEGE, NEWCASTLE-UPON- 

TYNE 

President of the College Rt. Hon. VISCOUNT GREY OF FALLODON, K.G., 
P.C., D.C.L. 

Chairman of Council CECIL A. COCHRANE, M.A., D.C.L., J.P. 
Vice-Chairman of Council WILFRED HALL, M.A., D Sc. 

Principals-Sir WILLIAM S. HARRIS, K.C.S.I., K.C.I.E., B.A. New Zeal , 
D.Litt. 

Registrar and Secy, of Examinations W. S. ANGUS, M.A. Ox., LL.B Liv. 

Bursar R. N. WILKINSON. 

Librarian F. BRADSHAW, M.A. Ox. and Durh., D.Sc. Lond. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Accounting 

Bell, Albert, F.C.A. Lectr. 

Allan, T. K., A.C.A. Asst. Lectr. 

Agriculture and Rural Economy 9 

v. also Forestry, Vet. Sc., 

Dairy Bact. 
Hanley, J. A., A.R.C.S. Lond., 

Ph.D. Munich Prof. 

Wheldon. R. W., D.Sc. Lectr. 
Pawson, H. C. Lectr. 

Adam, D. T., B.Sc. Aberd. (Land 

Surv., etc.) Lectr. 

Agricultural Botany 
Harrison, Miss H. H., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Agricultural Chemistry 
Thomas, B , M.Sc. Adviser. 

Hall, A. A,, M.Sc. Liv. and Mane, 
and Durh., Ph.D. Jena, F.I.C. 
Lectr. 
Elliott, F. J., B.Sc , Ph.D. 

Research Asst. 
Agricultural Economics 
Dinsdale, D. H., M.A. Adviser. 
Hams, A. E., B.Sc. Lond. 

Tech. Asst. to Adviser. 
Glaister, W. W., B.Sc. 

Student Asst. to Adviser. 

Agricultural Mycology [Adviser. 

Bennett, F. T., B.Sc., Ph.D. Lond. 



Agricultural Zoology 
Gray, R. A. H., M.A., B.Sc. Aberd., 
M.Sc. Adviser. 

Archeology 
Birley, E. B., B.A. Ox. Lectr. 

Art (School of Fine Arts) 
Mainds, A. D., A.R.S.A. 

Prof, and Dir, of School. 
Bertram, R. J. S., M.A. (Design). 
Lyon, R. (Painting). 
Maryon, H. J., Assoc. Univ. Read. 

(Sculpture). 
Cordingley, R. A., M.A. Mane., 

F.R.I.B.A. (Archit.). 
Heslop, A., M.A. (Engraving). 
Lall, Mrs. D. M., B.A. Birm. (Art 

Teaching). 

Willis, Miss R., A.R.C.A. (Crafts). 

Cahill, T. J., B.A. Mane. (Archit.) 

Lectr. 

Thomson, Miss M. (Pottery). 
6 Assts. 

Botany, v. also Agric. 
Harrison, J. W. H., D.Sc., F.R.S. 
Prof, and Reader in 

Genetics. 

Blackburn, Miss K. B., D.Sc. 
Lond., F.L.S. Lectr. 



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Bartlett, A. W., M A. Camb., B.Sc. 

Lond., M.Sc., F.L.S. Lectr. 

Thomas, Meirion,M. A.Camb. Lectr. 

Chemistry, v. also Agr 
Clemo, G. R., Ph.D , D.Sc. Lond., 
D.Phil. Ox. 

(Org. C.) Prof, and Dir. 

of Dept. 

Riley, H. L., D Sc. Lond., D.I.C. 
(Inorg, and Phys. C.) Prof. 
Robinson, P. L., D.Sc., F.I.C. 

Lectr. 

Madgin, W. M., M.Sc. Lectr 

MaUen, Miss C. E., M.A. Camb. 

Lectr. 

Leitch, Miss G. C., M.A., B.Sc., 

Ph.D. St. And. Lectr. 

Haworth, R. D., M.Sc., Ph.D. 

D.Sc. Mane., F.I.C. Lectr. 

Sayce, L. A., M.Sc., Ph.D. Lectr. 

Raper, R., M.A., Ph.D. Camb. 

Classics and Ancient History 

Duff, J. Wight, M A. Aberd. and 
Ox., D Litt. Ox. and Durh , 
LL.D. Aberd. Prof. 

Shipley, Miss C. M., M.A. Lectr. 

Waddell, W. G., M.A. Glas. and 
Lond. Lectr. 

Whittick, G. C., M.A. Ox. Lectr. 

Crystallography and Mineralogy 

Fletcher, Rev. M., M.A. Camb. and 

Durh., M.Sc., F.G.S. Lectr. 

Dairy Bacteriology 
Westwater, C. H., M.A., B.Sc. 
Glas. Adviser. 

Economics, v. also Accounting, 

Law 
Hallsworth, H. M., C.B.E., M.A. 

Mane., M.Com. D. Dale Prof. 
McCallum, E, D., M.A. Glas. Lectr. 
Highton,H.E.R.,M.A.Glas. 
Allen, E., M.A. Sheff. Lectr. 

Education 
Smith, Frank, M.A. Camb., B.Sc. 

Mane., Ph.D. Wales Prof. 
Melville, Ellen L., M.A. Leeds 

and Durh. Lectr. 



Brown, V., O.B.E., T.D., M Sc. 

Lectr. 

Bailes, Stella, B.Sc. Lectr. 

Williams, W. M., B.A. Ox. Lectr. 

Hawthorn, Miss C. M., M A., B.Sc. 

Warden of Women's Hostel. 

Leitch, Miss G. C., M.A., B.Sc., 

Ph.D. St. And. 

Asst. Warden of Women's 

Hostel. 
Engin., Mechanical, Marine and 

Civil, v. also Nav Arch. 

Hawkes, C. J., M.Sc., M.I.N.A., 

M.I.Mech.E. Prof. 

Morrow, J., T.D., M.Sc. Mane, and 

Durh., D.Eng. Liv. Reader. 

Hardy, G. F., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Dixon, J. T. H., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Martin, H. E. L., B.Sc. Bns. and 

Lond. Lectr. 

Talbott, A. C., M.Sc. Birm. Lectr. 

Boulton, N. S., M.Sc. Birm. Lectr. 

O'Grady, S. C., B A. Dubl. Lectr. 

Patrick, J. S., M.Sc. Glas. Lectr. 

Engineering, Electrical 
Thornton, W. M., O.B.E., D.Sc. 
Mane., Liv., and Durh., 
D.Eng. Liv. Prof. 

Dickinson, J., MA. Ox., M.Eng. 
Sheff. Lectr. 

Wilcken, J. A., B.Sc. Copenhagen 
and Lond., Ph.D. La Plata 

Lectr. 
English 

Renwick, W. L., M.A., D.Litt. 
Glas., B.Litt. Ox. 

J. Cowen Prof. 

Wragge, Sybil, M.A. Lectr. 

Elmes, R. S., M.A. Camb. Lectr. 
Orton, H., M.A., B.Litt. Ox. 

Lectr. 

French, v. Modern Langs. 
Geography 

Daysh, G. H. J., BXitt. Ox. Lectr. 
Morris, F.G.,M. A. Ox. and Lond. 

Geology, v. also Cryst. 
Hickling, H. G. A., D.Sc. Mane., 
M.Sc. J. B. Simpson Prof. 
Mockler, G. S., B.Sc. Mane. Lectr* 



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Raistrick, A., M Sc., Ph.D. Leeds 

Lectr. 

Tomkeieff, Serge Lectr. 

History, Modern [Prof. 

Morison, J. L., M.A., D.Litt. Glas. 
Bradshaw, F., M A. Ox. and Durh., 

D Sc. Lond. Lectr. 

Tomkeieff, Mrs. O. G., M.A., LL.B. 

Camb. Lectr. 

Cobban, A. B. C., M.A., Ph.D. 

Camb. Lectr. 

Matheson, C., M.A. Temp. Lectr. 

History, Ancient, v. Classics 

Law 

Johnston, T. K, M.A., LL.M. 
Camb. Lectr. 

Charlesworth, J., LL.D. Lond. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Miur, C. W., M.A., LL.B. 

Lectr. (Company Law). 

Mathematics 

Havelock, X. H., M.A. Camb., 
D Sc., F.R.S. 

Prof, and Director of 

Dept. 

Goldsbrough, G. R., D.Sc., F.R.S. 
Prof, and Reader (Dyn- 
amical Astron ). 

Caunt, G. W., M.A. Camb. and 

Durh., M.Sc. Reader. 

Colborne, D. C.,M.A. Camb. Lectr. 

Miles, W. H , B.A. Ox. Lectr. 

Mulholland, H. P., M.A., Ph.D., 

Camb. Lectr. 

Metallurgy 

Smythe, J. A., D.Sc, Durh., Ph D. 
Gott. Wm. Cochrane Lectr. 
Pearson, C. E., M.Met. Sheff. 

Military Science 
Peart, Capt. T. E., M.C. Lectr. 

Mining pdilburn. Prof. 

Poole, Granville, B.Sc. Birm. 
Whetton, J. T., M.C., M.Sc. Leeds 
Lectr. 

Wedgwood, A., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Mason, G. A., M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S. 

Lectr. m First Aid. 



Modern Languages 
Girdlestone, C. M., M.A. Camb., 
L. es L. Paris 

Prof, of French and 

Director of Dept. 
Lectrs. : 

Macgregor, Lilias, M.A. Edin. and 

Durh., D. de 1'U. Gren. (Fr.). 

Vallette, Jean, L. es L Paris (Fr.). 

Tomlinson, Mme., (Ft.). 

Manson, J., M.A. Edin. (Spanish). 

Cunningham, Kathleen, M.A. 

N.U.I , Ph.D. Bonn (German) . 

Music 

Newman, S. T. M., B.A. Ox. 
F.R.C.O. Lectr. 

Naval Architecture 
Abell, Sir Westcott S., K.B.E , 
R.C.N.C.(retd.),M.Eng. Prof. 
Scott, J. L. Lectr. 

Philosophy, Mental and Moral 
Reid, L. A, M.A., D.Litt. Edin., 
Ph.D. Wales Prof. 

Emmet, Dorothy M., M.A. Ox. 

Lectr. 
Physics 

Curtis, W. E., A.R.C.SC., D.Sc. 
Lond. 

Prof, and Director of 

Dept. 

Todd, G. W., M.A. Camb., D.Sc. 

Birm.,M.Sc. Prof. (Expl.P.). 

BullerweU, J. W., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Richardson, E. G., B.A., Ph.D., 

D.Sc. Lond. Lectr. 

Wood, J. F., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Darbyshire, O., M.Sc. Mane. 

Religious Knowledge 
Lectr. 

Secretarial Practice 
Arkless, J. C., A.C.I.S. Lectr. 

Veterinary Science 
Stewart, W. L., M.R.C.V.S. 

Adviser. 

Zoology, v. also Agric, 
Hobson, A. D., M.A. Camb. Prof. 
Bartiett, Mrs. Olga M., M.Sc., 
M.Ed. Lectr. 



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Cooper, J. Omer, M.A. Camb., University Extension 

M.Sc. Lectr. Extra-Mural Organiser and Jt. 

Steel, A., M.Sc. Wales Lectr. Sec., Board of Extra-Mural 

Storrow, B., M.Sc. Studies : H. E. R. Highton, 

Naturalist at Marine Lab. M A. Glas. 

Bull, H. O., B Sc., Ph.D. Lond. English 

Biologist at Marine Lab. Lochhead, J., M.A. Glas. 
Cowan, Mrs. D. [Tutor-Organiser for Cumber- 
Librarian at Marine Lab. i^d and Westmorland. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

LIBRARY, 104,935 vols. (including the Medical libraries). Access to Lit. and 
Philos. Society's 100,000 vols., and to library of N. of England Inst. M.M.E. 
Scientific periodicals subscribed for in co-operation with City Public Library. 
Special libraries : English Bibles from 1535 ; Heslop, English dictionaries (277 
vols ) ; Kepier, fifteenth to eighteenth century printed books, mostly classics 
(600 vols.) ; Merz, philosophical and mathematical (2804 vols.) ; Spence 
Watson, early English texts (536 vols.) ; Oriental, with special reference to 
India (2052 vols ) ; Gilchnst Agricultural (512 vols.) ; Gertrude Bell, Oriental 
(1939 vols.). LABORATORIES with special facilities for research in Engin. and 
Hydr. ; special branches of Chem., Physics, and Agric. ; Marine Biol. (Dove 
Marine Lab , Cullercoats. See App. XXIV. A. III.). 

The Agnc. Dept. undertakes the scientific control of Cockle Park, the 
Northumberland County Experiment Station, and has the use of other County 
and Crown estates for teaching, research, and demonstration purposes. 

ADMISSION. See Appendix XXII. 

DEGREE COURSES. Complete Courses for the Arts, Science, Law, and Com- 
merce degrees and the Educn. Diploma of the Univ. The Applied Science 
courses are in Agriculture, Engineering (Mechanical, Marine, Civil, or Electrical), 
Naval Architecture, Mining, and Metallurgy. The Teachers' Training Dept. 
trains for both Elementary and Secondary School Work. 

DIPLOMAS. For admission to study for the College Diploma (i.) in Agric., 
Mining, or Commerce, or for the Certificate in Fine Art, no regular entrance 
examn. is required ; (u.) in Engineering or Naval Architecture an entrance 
examn. must be passed unless the student has passed some equivalent examn. 
(School Certificate standard in Extra Maths., Mechanics, Physics, and Chem- 
istry) ; (iii.) in Fine Art an entrance examn. in English, and either French, or 
German, or Spanish is prescribed. 

College Diplomas in Architecture (5 yrs.), Engineering (3 yrs.), Naval 
Architecture (3 yrs.), Mining (2 yrs.), Agric. (3 yrs. of 2 terms each), Fine Art 
(4 yrs.), Commerce (2 yrs.). College Certificate in Fine Axt (4 yrs.). College 
Certificate in Agric. (2 tins.). Short courses are provided in Agric. (10 weeks). 

A Tutorial System is established in all Faculties. Each student is assigned 
on entry to a tutor, who is responsible for advising him on his course and 
generally looking after his interests. 

FELLOWSHIPS, ETC. 300 for i yr. (Earl Grey Memorial) , open to a graduate 
in Sci. or Commerce ; 150 for i yr. (Sir W. H. Stephenson Studentship), open 
to a grad. in the Fac. of Arts ; 100 for i yr. (William Black Noble Memorial 
Studentship), open to a grad. in the Facs. of Comm., Arts, or Sci. ; 100 for i yr. 
(Pemberton Studentship), open to a grad. in Sci. ; 75 (3) studentships for 
i yr., open to grads. of any Fac. ; ioo-i5o (5) for i yr., open to grads. of any 
Fac. ; 75 for i yr. (Philip Buckle Memorial Scholarship), open to grads. of 



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the Dept. of Agric. (including Agric. Zool.). For particulars of the Johnston 
Chemical Studentship and Prize, see App. XXIII. 18. The total amount 
available for post-graduate fellowships, etc., is about 1900 p.a., including a 
Senior Research Fellowship under the Research Fund (see below) of 300 p.a. 
available for i yr. 

_ RESEARCH FUND established in 1923 with endowment of 12,000. Ad- 
ministered by a Standing Committee, which allocates the interest of the fund 
as grants in aid of specific investigations by trained workers rather than for 
training persons in research. 

Annual Tuition fee in courses for degree of B.A. or B.Com., 30 ; B.Sc., 35 
(in Engin., etc., 40) ; and for Diploma in Agric., 22 : los. ; Cert, in Agric., 
18 ; Diploma in Teaching, 35 ; in Engin., etc., 40 ; in Fine Arts, 16 ; in 
Commerce, 5 : los. per subject (in evening classes, 3 a subject). Examns. 
for B.A. or B.Sc., 7 ; Students' Societies (men and women), 2 : 23. Registra- 
tion Annual (Degree students and some others), 2. 

RESIDENCE. New Hall, for 79 men, fees 65 p.a. ; Easton Hall, for women, 
fees 64 p.a. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION. Public lectures in the College include the annual 
Earl Grey Memorial and W. H. Charlton lectures, occasional lectures and short 
courses (winter programme issued in Oct.), lectures in French (Alliance Fran- 
$aise), and popular evening lectures. Short courses in various centres in 
Agriculture and Forestry. Tutorial classes in various centres (most of the 
tutors are regular members of college staff). 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar (Sept.), 2s. 6d. ; Principal's Annual Report (Oct.) ; 
The Northerner (Students'), 5 issues annually. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. Anon., 50,000, towards erection of a Hall of Residence 
for Men ; the Rockefeller Foundation, 842, for apparatus for research in 
Physics ; Messrs. A. Reyrolle & Co., Ltd., 250, for Elect. Engin. Equipment. 

NEW BUILDINGS. New Hall, the hall of residence for men students, opened 
at beginning of Mich. Term, 1932. 

RESIGNATIONS. A. Meek (Zool.), on retirement ; H. V. A. Briscoe (Chem.), 
on appt. as Prof, of Inorg. Chem , Univ. of London (Imperial Coll. of Sci. and 
Tech.) ; J. W. Harvey (Philos.), on appt. as Prof, of Philos., Univ. of Leeds ; 
R. Bullock (Fine Art), on retirement ; W. Atkinson (Spanish), on appt. as 
Prof, of Spanish, Univ. of Glasgow ; J. Hall (Engin.), on retirement ; M. V. C. 
Jeffreys (Educn.), on appt. as Lectr., Institute of Education, London ; W. C. 
Kneale (Philos.), on appt. as Lectr. in Philos., Exeter Coll., Oxford ; Miss M. 
Tyrrell (Gcog.) ; A. C. Edwards (Classics). 

EXTENSION WORK. Public lectures in the College included : two French 
lectures under the auspices of the Alliance Fran$aise ; the Earl Grey Memorial 
Lecture on " Forecast and Fact as seen by an Astronomer," by R. A. Sampson, 
M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S. ; the W. H. Charlton Lecture on " Imitation, Illustration, 
and Representation," by the Rt. Hon. Lord Northbourne, M.A. ; and a senes 
of Popular Evening Lectures throughout the winter by various members of the 
Staff. Extra-mural Classes : Tutorial Classes 22, students 372 ; Extension 
Courses 28, students 486 ; total : classes 50, students 856. 

STUDENTS. Full-time, 761, including 134 graduates. Part-time, 585, 
including 31 graduates. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. M.A., 17 ; B.A., 51 ; D.Sc. (Pure Sci.), i ; Ph.D. 
(Pure Sci.), 4 ; M.Sc. (Pure Sci.), 12 ; B.Sc. (Pure Sci.), 68 ; D.Sc. (Appld. 
Sci.), i ; Ph.D. (Appld. Sci.), 2 ; M.Sc. (Appld. Sci.), 3 ; B.Sc. (Appld. Sci.), 
45 ; M.Com., i ; B.Com., 9 ; M.Ed., 4. 



UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS 



VISITOR H.M. THE KING. 

CHANCELLOR His Grace the DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE, K,G., G.C.M.G., 

G.C.V.O., LL.D. 
PRO-CHANCELLOR Col. C. H. TETLEY, D.S O., M.A. 

VICE-CHANCELLOR Sir JAMES B. BAILLIE, O.B E., M.A. Camb., D.Phil. 
Edin., LL.D., J.P. 

PRO-VICE-CHANCELLOR Prof. JOHN STRONG, C.B.E , M A., LL.D. 

TREASURER Hon. R. E. BECKETT. 

DEANS OF FACULTIES AND TUTOR OF WOMEN STUDENTS. See under 

" General Information " Faculties. 
REGISTRAR A. E. WHEELER, M.A. 
ACCOUNTANT E. J. BROWN, B.Com. 
CLERK TO THE SENATE F. T. BAINES, B.A. 
LIBRARIAN R. OFFOR, Ph.D. Lond. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Agriculture v. infra 
Anatomy [Prof. 

Jamieson, J. Kay, M.B., C.M. 

Edin. (Dean of Med. Fac.) 
Cave, A. J. E., M.B., Ch.B. Mane. 
Demr. 

Scholefield, J., M.B., Ch.B., 

M.R C.S., L.R.C.P. Demr. 

Morton, W. C., C.B.E., M.A., M.D. 

Edin. Hon. Demr. 

Broomhead, W. Hon Demr. 

Tasker, R. B., M.C., L.D.S., Hon. 

Demr, (Dental Students) 
Bio-Chemistry, v. Physiol. 
Botany 

Priestley, J. ,H., D.S.O , B.Sc. 

Lond., F.L.S. Prof. 

PearsaU, W. H., D.Sc. Mane., 

F L.S. Reader. 

Walker, N. (Morphol.) Lectr. 

Scott, Lorna I., M.Sc. Lond. Lectr. 

Asst. Lectrs. and Demrs. : 
Steward, F. C., Ph.D. 
Sledge, W. A., Ph.D. 
.' (Physiol.) Demr. 



Grist, Mrs., B.Sc. Lond. 

Hon. Demr. 

Malins, Marjorie E., B.Sc. (R.). 
Chemistry, v. also Technology 

Colour Chemistry. 
Whytiaw-Gray, R. W., O B.E., 

Ph.D. Lond., F.I.C., F.R.S. 
Usher, F. L., D.Sc. Lond. 

(Colloid C.) Reader. 
Lowson, W., B.Sc. Lond. and 
Leeds, F.I.C. (Analyt. C.) 

Lectr. 

Gregory, J. C,, B Sc. Lond., F.I.C. 

Lectr. 

Hume, J., B.Sc. Edin., A.I.C. , 

Asst. Lectrs. and Demrs. : 
Clark, C. H. D., M.Sc. Lond., 

D.I.C. 

Gaxrick, F. J., B.A. Ox. 
Colvin. J., B.Sc., PhJX Liv. Demr. 
Bradley, R. S., M.A. Camb. Demr. 
Wbitaker, H., M.Sc. (R.). 

Chemistry, Organic 
Challenger, F., D.Sc. Birm., B.Sc. 
Lond., Ph.D. Gottmgen Prof. 



(R.) = Research Asst. 
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Baker, J. W., D.Sc. Lond. Lectr. 
Burton, H., Ph.D., D.Sc. Lond., 

M Sc. Sheff. Lectr. 

Wightman. W. A., M.A. Ox. 

Asst. Lectr. & Demr. 
Goss, F. R., M.Sc., Ph.D. Lond. 

Demr. 
Shoppee, C. W., Ph.D., D.Sc. 

Lond. Demr. 

Rothstein, E., Ph.D. Lond , 

AR.CS. (R.). 

Chemistry, Physical 
Dawson, H M., B.Sc Lond., Ph D. 
Gies , D Sc. Prof. 

Smith, G. F., Ph.D. Wales 

Asst. Lectr. 

Belton, J. W., Ph D. Liv. Demr. 
Spence, R., Ph.D. Durh. Demr. 

Classics [Prof. (Greek). 

Edwards, W. M., M.C., M.A. Ox. 
Noble, P. S., M.A. Camb. and 
Aberd. Prof. (Latin). 

(Archaeol.) Lectr. 

Bibby, E. E., M.A. Leeds and 
Camb. (Lat) Lectr. 

Asst. Lectrs. . 

Binyon, D. E. F., B.A. Ox. (Lat ). 
Langton, M. C., B.A., Camb. (Gk ). 
Symonds, Rev H. E , MA. Ox. 
(Lat.) Pt.-time Lectr. 

Commerce, v. Economics 
Dentistry, v. infra 
Economics 

Jones, J. Harry, M.A. Wales (Dean 
of Arts Fac.) Prof. 

Richardson, J. H., MA. Camb., 
Ph.D. Lond. 

Montague Burton Prof. 

(Indust. Relations). 

Shimmin, A.N.,M.A.Manc. Lectr. 

Dickinson, H. D., M.A. Camb. (Ec. 

Hist.) Lectr. 

Dower, R. S., M.A. Camb. (Social 

Organization) Lectr. 

McCarmick, A., A.C.A. (Acctcy.) 

Lectr. 



Cartwright, Mrs , B.Sc. Lond. (R.). 
Wilson, Gwendolen (Soc. Work) 

Tutor. 
Education 

Strong, J., C.B.E , M.A. Lond , 
LL D. St And. Prof 

Welpton, W. P.. B.Sc Lond. 

Lectr. and M. of Method. 

Monahan, A. J., M.A. (Hist, of E.) 

Lectr. 

Wynn-Jones, LI., Ph.D. Leip. 
(Expl. E.) Lectr. 

Curtis, S. J., Ph.D, Lond. 

Asst. M. of Method. 
Blackburn, Ehz. M., M.A. 

Lectr. and M. of Method. 
Robson, Winifred F., M.A. Liv. 

Asst. M. of Method. 
Asst. Lectrs. : 
Holgate, Jane, B.A. 
Newcomb, Edith, M.A. Columbia. 
Smith, C. A., B.A. Lond. 
7 Pt.-time Assts. 

Engineering, Civil and Mech. 

David, W. T.. M.A., Sc.D. Camb., 

D Sc. Wales, M.I.C.E., 

M.I.Mech.E. Prof. 

Gilchnst, J., B.Sc. Edin. Lectr. 

Asst. Lectrs. : 
Richardson, S G , M Sc. . 
Davies, W., B Sc. Wales, Ph.D. 
Evans, R H., M Sc. Mane., Ph D. 
Brown, J. R., M.Sc. 
Caton, E. E. Demr. 

Jordan, J., BSc Mane. Demr. 



Engineering, Elec. 
Wheatcroft, E. L. E., M.A. Camb. 
French, W. E., M.I.E.E, Lectr. 
Stuart, W. S., M.Eng. Liv. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

English Lang, and Lit. 
Wilson, F. P., D.Litt. B'ham., 
M.A. Ox. (Lit.) Prof. 

Dickins, B., M.A. Camb. 

(Lang ) Prof. 
Childe, W. R., M.A. Ox. Lectr. 



(R.) = Research Asst. 



LEEDS 



Asst. Lectrs. : 
Ross, A. S. C., B.A. Ox. 
Stewart, J. I. M., B.A. Ox. 
Wilson, R. M., M.A. 

French and Romance Ph^loL 
Barbier, P., M.A. Load. Prof. 
Gunnell, Doris, M.A., D. de 1'U. 
Paris Lectr. 

Murray, Jessie, M.A. St. And., 
D. de l'U. Pans Lectr. 

Inebnit, J. P., L. es L. Neuchatel 
Lectr. 
Benn, T. V., B.A., Ph.D. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Hainsworth, G., M.A. 

Geography 
Williamson, A. V., M.A. Liv. 

Lectr. and Hd. of Dept. 

Asst. Lectrs* : 

Griffiths, F. W. G., B A. Camb. 
Clark, K. G. T., B.A. 
i Student Asst. 

Geology 

Gilligan, A., B.Sc. Wales, D.Sc., 
F.GS., M.I.ME. (Dean of 
Sci. Fac ) Prof. 

Versey, H. C , D.Sc. Lectr. 

Hudson, R. G. S., D.Sc. Lond., 
F.G.S. Lectr. 

German Lang, and Lit. 
Gough, C. E., Ph.D. Basle Prof. 

Asst. Lectrs. : 

Caldwell, M. Constance, B.A. 
Peacock, R., M.A. 

Hebrew 

Howells, Rev. G., B.A. Lond., 
B.D. St. And., B.Litt. Ox., 
Ph,D. Tub. Temp. Lectr. 

Histology, v. Physiology 

History 

Thompson, A. Hamilton, M.A. 
Camb., DXitt. Durh., F B,A , 
F.S.A., Hon. A.R.LB A. 

Ptoi 

TurberviUe, A. S., M.C., M.A., 
B.Litt, Ox. (Mod. H.) Prof, 



Damton, A, H., M A Ox. Lectr. 
Richardson, G. W., M.A Lond. 

(Aac. H ) Lectr. 
History, Eccles. 

Underwood, Rev. A. C., M.A, 
BXitt. Ox., D.D. Lond. 

Lectr. 
Law 

Hughes, J. D. I., M.A., B.C.L. Ox. 

Prof. 
Lectrs. : 

Haggen, G. L., M A., B.C.L. Ox. 
Burrill, H. R., LL.B. 
Powell, R , M A., B.C.L. Ox. 

Mathematics 

Milne, W. P., M.A. Camb., M.A., 

D.Sc. Aberd. Prof. 

Brodetsky, S., M.A. Camb., Ph.D. 

Leip. (Appd. M.) Prof. 

Gabriel, R. M., M A., Camb. 

(Math. Analysis) Reader. 
Lectrs. r 
Gilham, C W., M.A. Camb., B.Sc. 

Lond. 
Smeal, G., M.Sc. Melb. (Statis. 

Meth). 
Stoneley, R., Sc.D. Camb. (Appl. 

M). 
McVitfae, G. C., Ph.D. Camb. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Medicine and Surgery ; v. infra 

Metallurgy, v. Tech. 

Mining 

Ritson, J. A. S., D S.O., M C., B.Sc. 
Durh. (Dean of Tech. Fac.) 

Prof. 
Lectrs. : 
Brown, T., M.Sc., M.I.M.E. (Mine 

Surveying). 

Williamson, J. N., BSc., Ph.D. 
Edin. (M. and Ore Dressing). 

Music 

Allam, E. W., B.A. Camb., B Mus. 
Lond., A.R C M. Lectr. 

Philosophy 

Hajvey, J. W., M A. Ox. Prof. 
Rainer, A. C. A., M.A. Edin. 

Lectr* 



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. Physics 

Whiddington, R., M.A., D Sc. 
Camb.,F.R.S. Cavendish Prof. 
Stoner, E. C., B.A., Ph.D. Camb. 
Reader. 

Long, F. A., B.Sc. Lond. Lectr. 
Ewles, J., M.A. Camb. Lectr. 

Asst. Lectrs. and Demrs. : 
Brindley, G. W., M.Sc. Mane. 
Pollard, E. C., B.A. Camb. 
Spiers, F. W., B.Sc. Birm. Demr. 

Physiology 
McSwiney, B. A., B.A., Sc.D., 

M.B., B.Ch. Dubl. Prof. 

Huggett, A. St. G. J. McC., D.Sc., 

Ph.D., MB., B.S. Lond., 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (Pharma- 

col.) Reader. 

Winfield, G., M.A. Camb. Lectr. 
Brown, G. L., M.Sc., M.B., Ch.B. 

Mane. Lectr. 

Wormall, A., D.Sc., A.IC. (Bio- 

Chem.) Lectr. 

Eastwood, C. G. Pt.-thne Lectr. 
Hopkins, S. J., Ph.D. Lond. 

(Bio-Chem.) Demr. 
Spurrell, W. R., M.Sc., M.S. Lond., 

F.R.C.S. Demr. 

Dickinson, Mrs. H. D., M.A. Camb., 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (R.). 

Harrison, J. S. (R.). 

Kfflick, Miss E. M., B.Sc., M.B., 

Ch.B. (Temp. R.). 



Flint, E. R., M B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S. 
(Histology) (C.). 

Russian History and Music 
Frere, Rt. Rev. W. H., D.D., 
LittD. Hon. Lectr. 

Russian Lang, and Lit. 
...... Prof. 

Kolni-Balozky, J. 

Lectr. (Actg. Hd.). 



Spanish Lang, and Lit. 



Prof. 



Penzol, P., L.D. Oviedo 

Actg. Hd. and Lectr. 
de Irizar, Augustin Asst. Lectr. 

Technology, v. infra 

Zoology, v. also Agric. [Prof. 
Garstang, W., M.A., D.Sc. Ox. 
Lloyd, LL, D.Sc. 

(Entom. & Protozool.) Reader. 
Henson, H., B.Sc. Birm. 

Asst. Lectr & Demr. 
King, Mrs. W. O. R., B.Sc. 

Asst. Lectr. Pt -time. 
Thomas, J. A. Moy, B.A. Ox. 

Demr. 
Payne, Mrs., B.Sc. Liv. 

Hon. Demr. 

Agriculture 

Prof. 

Lectr. 

Robertson, G. C. A., M.C., M.A., 
B.Sc. Aberd. Lectr. 

Asst. Lectrs. and Demrs. : 
Bywater, T. L., B.Sc Wales 
Moore, H. L, B.Sc., Dip.Ag. Camb. 

District Lectrs. : [Leeds. 

Thompson, H., B.Sc. Mane, and 
Strachan, J., M.A., B.Sc. Aberd., 

N.D.A. 

Robb, J., B.Sc. Aberd. 
Findlay, D. H., B.Sc. Glas., 

N.D.A., N.D.D. 
Gibson, W. S., B.Sc. 
Gelling, W. E., B.Sc., N.D.A. 
Bates, A. B., B.Sc., N.D.A. 
Ballardie, W. W., B.Sc. Durh. 

N.D.D. 

Agnc. Botany 

MiUard, W. A., D.Sc. Bris. Lectr. 
Burr, S., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Asst. Lectrs. : 

Jones, A. Powell, M Sc. Wales. 
Chalmers, C. H., B.Sc. Edin., 

N.DA. 

Turner, Dorothy M., B.Sc. Demr. 
Demr. 



(R.)ResearchAsst. 



(C.)= Clinical Lectr, 



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Agric. Chemistry 

Comber, N. M., D.Sc. Lond., 
A.R.C.S., F.I.C. 

Actg. Hd. and Prof. 
Jones, H. Trefor, MSc. Wales, 
A.I.C. Lectr. 

Asst. Lectrs . 

Willcox, J. S., B.Sc. Lond., A.I.C. 
Marshall, C. E., M.Sc. Mane., 
Ph.D. Loud. 

Agric. Economics 

Ruston, A. G., B.A , B.Sc. Lond., 
D.Sc. Lectr. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Nichols, H. E., B Sc. Res. Asst. 
Turnbull, A. B., B Sc. 

(Temp.) Res Asst. 
Miller, T. E., N D.A. Stud. Asst. 
2 Costings Clerks. 

Agric. Engineering 
Mackay, I. M., B.Sc, Edin. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Agric. Zoology 

Taylor, T. H., M.A., R.U.I. Lectr. 
Johnson, L. R , B.Sc. Asst. Lectr. 

Dairy Husbandry 
McGregor, J., B.Sc. Glas., N.D.A., 
N.D.D. Lectr. 

Asst. Lectrs. : 



Hort^culture 

Grainger, J., B.Sc, Ph.D. (Hort. 
Botany) Asst. Lectr. 

Poultry Husbandry 
Goode, C. W., N.D.A., N.D.D. 

Lectr. and Demr. 

Asst. Lectrs. : 
Millar, Ishobel McL., N.D.D. 



Vetennary Hygiene 
Bowes, H. G., F.R.C.V.S. Lectr. 
10 Instrs. and Asst. Instrs. in 
. . Dairying, Hortic./ Poultry, 
Farriery, and Bee-keeping. 



Medicine 

(for subjects of first 2 yrs. Anat., 
etc., v. supra) 

Anesthetics 
Rowling, S. T , M.D Lectr. 

Bactenology, v. Pathol 
Cancer, v. Pathol. 

Forensic Med. 

Telling. W. H. Maxwell, M.D., B.S. 
Lond., F.R.C.P. Prof. 

Infectious Diseases 
Anderson, J S., M.A., M.D., 
D.P.H. Aber. Lectr. 

Matena Med., v. Pharmacy 
Medicine and Cfan. Med. 
Watson, G. W, M D. Lond., 
F.R.C.P. (C.) Prof. 

(Clin. Med.) Prof. 

Vining, C. W., M.D., .Lond., 
F.R.C.P., D.P.H. 

(Diseases of Children). Prof. 
Ingram, J. T., M.D. Lond., 
M.R.C.P. 

Lectr. (SkinDis.) (C.). 
Tattersall, N , M.D. Lond. 

Lectr. (Tuberculosis). 
MacAdam, W , M.A., B.Sc., M D., 
Ch.B Glas., F.R.C.P. 

Lectr. (Dietetics and 
Metab Med.) (C.). 
Garland, H. G., M.D., M.R.C.P. 

Med. Tutor and Registrar. 
Hon. Demr. 

Mental Diseases 

Bolton, J. S., M.D., D.Sc. Lond., 
F.R.C.P. Prof. 

Obstetrics and Gynaecology 
Gough, W., B.Sc., M.B., B.S. 
Lond., F R.C.S., F C.O.G. 

(Gynaec.) (C.) Prof. 
Claye, A. M., M.D., F.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. (Obst.) (C.) Prof. 
Carrie, D. W., Ch.M., F.R.C.S. 

(Obst.) Tutor. 



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Young, W. McG., M.A., M.D. Glas. 

(C.). 

Adamson, Mrs. R., M D . B.S. 
Loud., F.C.O.G. 

Lectr. (Midw.) (C.). 

Ophthalmology 

Lee, H., B.A., M.B., B.Ch. Camb., 

F.R.C.S. Lectr. (C.). 

Lodge, S. D., F.R.C.S. (C.). 

Otology 
Munby, W. M, Ch M. Edin., 

F.R.C.S. Lectr. (C.). 

Bain, E. W., M.B., B.S. Lond,, 

F.R.C.S. (C.). 

Pathology and Bacteriology 
Stewart, M. J., M.B., Ch.B. Glas , 
F.R.C.R 

(Path.) (C.) Prof, and 

Hd. of Dept. 

McLeod, J. W., O.B.E., M.B, 
Ch. B. Glas. 

(Bact.) Brotherton Prof. 
Passey, R. D , M C., M.D., B.S., 
D.P.H. Lond. 

(Exper. Path.) Prof, and 
Dir. Cancer Research. 
Fowweather, F. S, M.Sc., M.D., 
D.P.H. Liv., F.I.C. 

(din. Chem. P.) Reader. 

Lecturers : 

Gordon, J., M.D., D.P.H. (Bact.). 
Poison, C. J., M.D. Birm. (Path). 
Carmichael, R., M.B., Ch.B. Edin. 

(Path.). 
Happold, F. C., Ph.D. Mane. 

(Path.). 
Sutherland, P. L., M.B, Ch.B., 

D.Sc. Glas. (P. of Indust Dis.). 

Demrs. : 

Hickman, Miss E. M., M.Sc., M.D. 
Thomson, J. G., M.B., Ch.B. 

Aberd. 

Hoyle, L., M.B., Ch.B. 
Wheatley, Bertha, M.B., Ch.B. 
(Bact.) (Pt.-time). 



Cattley, R., M.B., C.M. Edin., 
B Sc., D.P.H. Camb. (Path ) 
Hon. Fellow. 

Burrow, J. le F. C., M.B., Ch.B. 
Edm., M.R.C.P. (Med. P.) 

Hon. Demr. (C.). 

Richardson, A., M.B., B.S. Lond., 
F.R.C S. (Surg. P.) 

Hon. Demr. (C). 

Stewart, Clara, M.B., B.S. Lond. 
(Path.) Hon. Demr. 

Cancer Research : 
Orr, J. W., M.D., B.Sc., B A.O., 
D.P.H. Belf. 

Lectr. in Exp. Path, and 

Asst. Dir. 

Havard, R. E., B.A., B.M., B.Ch. 

Ox. Bio-Chemist. 

Bonser, Mrs. K. J., M.D. Mane., 

M R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Fellow. 

Kendal, L. P., M.Sc. Mane., Ph D. 

Camb. Fellow. 

Berenblum, L, B.Sc., M.D. Fellow. 

Fellow. 

Hemsley, F. R. W. (R.). 

Leese, A., B.A. Camb. (R.) Temp. 
Pharmacology and Therapeutics 
Veale, R. A., B.A. Ox., M.D., B S. 
Lond, F.R.C.P. Prof. (C.). 
Moll, H. H., M.D. Rome, M.B., 
Ch.B , M.R.C.P. Hon. Demr. 
Pharmacy and Matena Medico, 
Arming, J. J., L.M. Lectr. 

Public Health, v. also Path. 
Jervis, J. J., M.D. Edin., D.P.H. 
Lond. Prof, of P.H. Admn. 
Underwood, E. A., M.A., B.Sc., 
M.D. Glas., D P.H. 

Hon. Demr. 

Radiology and Electro-Thera- 
peutics [Lectr. 
Scargill, H. B., M.B , B.S. Lond. 
Cooper, G., B.A., B.Ch., B.A.O., 
M.D. Belf. Lectr. 
Surgery 

Dobson, J fc R, M.S. Lond., F R.C*S. 
Prof. (C.). 



(C.) Clinical Lectr. 



(R.)= Research Asst. 



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Paine, A. B , M B.,Ch.B.,M.R.C.S., 

L R.C P. Surg. Tutor. 

Braithwaite, L. R., M.B., Ch.B. 

Mane, and Leeds, F.R.C.S. 

Dir. of Surg. Res. (C.). 
Daw, S. W., M.B., B.S. Lond., 

F.R.C.S.(Orth.S ) Lectr. (C ). 
Pyrah, L. N., M.B., Ch.M., M.Sc., 

F.R.C.S. Surg. Tutor. 

Surgery, Chnical 
Collinson, H., C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., 

T.D., M.B., M.S. Lond., 

F.R.CS. Prof. (C.). 

Moir, P. J., M.C., M.B., Ch.B. 

Glas., F.R.C.S. (C.). 

Symons, H. W., M.B., Ch.B., 

F.R.C.S. (C.). 

Chamberlain, D., M.B., Ch.M., 

FR.C.S. (C.). 

Broomhead, R., M.B., Ch.B., 

F.R.C.S. Lectr. (C.). 

Vaccination 

Greaves, F. W. M., M.D., D.P.H. 
Instr. 

Venereal Diseases 
Bibby, J. P., M.B., Ch.B., 
M.R.C.P. (C.). 

Dentistry 

Dental Anatomy and Physiology 
Sykes, J. G., B.Ch.D. Lectr. (C.). 

Dental Histology 
Hon. Demr. (C.). 

Dental Mechanics [Lectr. (C.). 
Thorburn, W. S., M.Sc., L.D.S. 
Watt, G.V., L.D.S. Tutor (C.). 

Dental Metallurgy 
Lowson, W., B.Sc. Lond. and 
Leeds, F.I.C. Lectr. 

Dental Radiology 
Scargill, H. B., M.B., B.S. Lond. 
Lectr. 

Dental Path, and Boat. 
Ravenscroft, H. J., L.D.S. 



Dental Surgery 

Read, T. T., F.R.F.P.S. Glas., 
L.R C.S., L.R.C.P Edin., 
L.D.S. Glas. 

(C.) Prof. & Warden. 
Cocker, J. P , L.D.S. Lectr. (C.). 
Hey, S. D., L.D.S. (Op. D. Surg.) 
Lectr. (C.) 

Marston, W., M.Sc., L.D S. (C.) . 
lies, G. D., L.D.S. (C.). 

Crawford, J. K., L.D.S. (C.). 

Ravenscroft, H. J., L.D.S. (C.). 
Macrae, J M, LD.S. (C). 

Brenan, S. H., L.D S. (C.) 

HoUings, M. R., B.Ch.D. Demr. 
Green, A H , L D.S. 

(Prosth. D.) Demr 
3 Hon. Clin. Tutors 
2 Hon. Anaesthetists. 

Orthodontia 

Wilkinson, G. L., M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., L D.S. Lectr. (C.). 

Technology 
v. also Agr., Engin., Mining 

Coal, Gas, and Fuel Industries 

with Metallurgy 

Cobb, J. W., C.B.E., B.Sc. Leeds 

and Lond., F.I.C. Livesey Prof. 

Hodsman, H. J., M.B.E., M.Sc., 

F I.C. (Gas Chem ) Lectr. 
Preece, A. (Met.) Asst. Lectr. 
Roberts, A. L., Ph.D. (Refractory 

Materials) Asst. Lect. & (R.). 
Research Chemists ; 
Wood, J. W., M.Sc. Tech. Mane., 

A.I.C. 

Dent, F. J., Ph.D. 
Blackburn, W. H., Ph.D. 
Key, A., Ph.D. 
Williams, N. H., M.Sc, 
Parrish, E., M.Sc. Mane. 
Etheridge, W., B.Sc. 
Spivey, E., Ph.D. 
Eastwood, A. H., Ph.D. 

(R.) (Temp.). 



(C.)CIinical Lectr. 



(R.) = Research Asst. 



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Colour Chemistry and Dyeing 

Rowe, F. M., D.Sc., F.I.C. Prof. 

Forster, R. B., Ph.D. Berl , D.Sc., 

N.U.I., F.I.C., A.R C.S.I. 

(Colour Chem.) Lectr. 
King, P. E., A.I.C. (Dyeing) Lectr. 
Cross, E. J., B.Sc. Lond. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Peters, A.T., Ph D. Mane. (R.). 
Giles, G. H., B.Sc. (Dyeing) (R.). 

Leather Industries 

McCaudlish, D., M.Sc. Prof. 

Atktn, W. R., M.Sc. Lectr 

Thompson, F. C., M.Sc. Lectr. 



Procter International Research 

Laboratory : 
...... Hon. Director. 

Thompson, F. G., M.Sc. (R.). 

Textile Industries 
Barker, A. F., M.Sc. Prof. 

Lectrs. : 



Hollis, T. (Yarn Manul). 



Yewdall, A (Cloth Struct., etc.). 
Pickles, F. (T. Testing). 
Speakman, J. B., D.Sc. Mane. (T. 

Chem). 
Astbury, W. T., B.A. Camb. (T. 

Phys.). 

Asst. Lectrs. : 
Farley, W. A. (T. Design). 
Priestley, G. (Cloth Anal). 
Woods, H. J., B.A. Ox. (R ). 

Chamberlain, N. H., Ph.D. (R.). 
Barker, S. G., Ph.D. Berlin (Dir., 

Res. Students at Torridon). 
Denham, W. S., D.Sc., F.I.C. (Dir., 

Silk Res. Students). 



University Extension 

Staff Tutors : Stewart, D., M.A., 
N.U.I. ; Walker, N. ; Wil- 
liams, J. R., B.A. ; Johnson, 
L. G., B.A. Sheff. ; McCul- 
loch, F. J., B.A. ; Roberts, 
D. W , B Sc. Lond. 



(R.) = Research Asst. 

AFFILIATED COLLEGES 

COLLEGE OF THE RESURRECTION, MIRFIELD (Warden G. Rees, M.A.) 
and RAWDON COLLEGE (Principal A. C. Underwood, D.D.). Students 
are exempt from attendance at the Univ. in the first yr. for B.A. 

TECHNICAL COLLEGE, HUDDERSFIELD (Prin. J. F. Hudson, M.A., B.Sc.). 
Similar exemption for B.A., B.Sc. (including Engin.), and M.B. and Ch.B. 

DIOCESAN TRAINING COLLEGE, YORK, Similar exemption for B.A., B.Sc. 

PRINTING DEPARTMENT OF THE LEEDS CENTRAL TECHNICAL SCHOOL. 
Classes recognized as part of course for the B.Com. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The Leeds School of Medicine, founded 1831, and Yorkshire College, 
established as a College of Science in 1874, were united in 1884. The College 
formed part of the Victoria Univ. from 1887 to 1904* when a Univ. was estab- 
lished by Royal Charter in the city of Leeds. 

LIBRARY, including that of the Medical School and of the Dept. of Agri- 
culture, about 132,236 books, 45,257 pamphlets. Besides the General Library, 
there are separate rooms devoted to Science, Agriculture, English, French, 
German, Classics, Economics, Philosophy, History, Law and Music. Special 
collections : (a] MSS. illustrating developments in textile industry about 1800 ; 



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(6) 2100 vols in French on Great Britain, printed before 1801 ; (c) 264 vols. 
contemporary records (Journal Official, newspapers of Metz, Strasbourg, and 
Nancy, etc.) of political events in France during 1870 and 1871 ; (d} an Icelandic 
and Old Norse collection of 7628 vols. 

MUSEUMS : Anatomy, Dyeing, Materia Med., Path., Textile, Zool. LABORA- 
TORIES : Agricultural Chemistry, Botany, Chemistry, Colour Chenu and 
Dyeing, Engin. (Elec., Civ., Mech.), Geol., Leather Industries (including 
Procter Internat. Research), Maths., Metallurgy, Mining, Path, and Bacterio- 
logy, Cancer, Physics, Physiol., Textile, Zool. OBSERVATORY, i8J* reflector 
telescope. FARM, 348 acres, including Poultry School. HOSPITALS available 
for Clinics : Infirmary (627 beds) and several others ; Asylum (2400 inmates). 

FACULTIES. Arts (including Economics and Law), Science, Technology 
[including Agnc., Coal Gas and Fuel with Metallurgy, Colour Chemistry and 
Dyeing, Engineering (Civ., Elec., Mech.), Leather Industries, Mining, Textile 
Industries], Medicine (including Dentistry). Deans: Profs. Jones (Arts), 
GtUigan (Science) , Ritson (Technology), Jamieson (Medicine). Tutor of Women 
Students : Dora M. Hibgame, M.A. Ox. 

In connexion with each of the technological departments there is an 
Advisory Committee, which includes representatives of the industry concerned. 

ADMISSION. See Appendix XXII. 

DEGREES. Obtainable after a 3 yrs/ course starting from matricn. B.A., 
B.Sc. (Honours degree usually 4 yrs.), B.Com. (which may be taken with 
an Applied Science as one of the principal subjects) : 3 yrs. for degree, or 4 yrs. 
including Diploma of Printing Dept. of Leeds Tech. Coll.) ; LL.B. (3 yrs.) ; 
after si to 6 yrs., M.B., Ch.B., B.ChuD. 

ADMISSION TO ADVANCED STANDING. See Appendix XXII. 

Mining students receive practical instruction in mines under arrangements 
made with local owners, but the courses are not intended to supersede the 
usual apprenticeship. 

Hons. students of Mod. Langs. (French, German, Russian, Spanish) normally 
spend 3rd term of 2nd year at some approved foreign Univ. 

Supplementary Textile studies may be combined with a B.A. or B.Com. 
course. Any of the Tech. subjects may be taken in a B.Sc. course. The 
Law Dept. prepares students for the Bar and Solicitors' examns. as well as 
for the Univ. degrees. 

HIGHER DEGREES. M.A., LL.M., M.Com., M.D., Ch.M., i yr. ; M.Ed., 
M.Sc., 2 yrs. (for holders of Hons. B.Sc., i yr.) after the bachelorship. 
Graduates of approved Univs. (all the chief Univs. of the world, including 
institutions recognized by the Assocn. of Amer. Univs., v. App. XXVI.) may 
obtain the M.A., PhJX (v. p. 14), or M.Sc. by ^ yrs. of research. M.A., 
Ph.D. or M.Sc. of this Univ. may obtain the Litt.D. or D.Sc. 6 yrs. after the 
bachelorship. 

Graduates of other Univs. who have been admitted to degrees of equal 
or similar rank in Leeds may, in proceeding to higher degrees, count their 
standing as graduates from the date of original graduation. 

DIPLOMAS. In Education (grads.) or Ed. Admn., i or 2 yrs. In Social 
Organization and Public Service and in Public Administration., 2 yrs. In 
Engin., Fuel and Metall., Dyeing, Textiles, Leather, Agric., 3 yrs,, reducible 
under certain conditions to 2. In Gas Engin. or Fuel and Metall, special lor 



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graduates, i yr. ; for apprentices, part-time, 4 yrs. In Colour Chem. and 
Dyeing, for apprentices, part-time, 5 yrs. In Public Health, 12 mos. In 
Psych. Med., 6 mos. In Nursing, involving 4 yrs.' hospital training and 3 
mos.' lectures. In Dent. Surg., 4 yrs., including 2 in Univ. In Commerce, 
i yr. (post-grad.). 

EVENING COURSES for advanced students in Technological subjects are 
conducted in co-operation with the Leeds and West Riding Education Com- 
mittees. 

FEES. Matricn., 2. Registration, 2. Composition fees for tuition 
(including Union): Arts, 34 a session; Law, 14:113.; Science, 42; 
Technology, 46 ; Agric. (other than degree students, who pay the Technol. 
fee in the 2nd and 3rd yrs.), 31. Course for Dipl. in Educn., 35 p.a. ; Dipl. 
in Social Organization, 27 p a. Medicine : complete course for M.B., includ- 
ing hospl. practice and maternity hostel residence, 299. Dentistry (including 
hospl. practice and pupilage) : Dipl., 247 ; Degree, 280. Research fee, 18 
a session. Examns. : Arts, Science, etc., 6 ; Medicine (including graduation), 
19 ; Dentistry, B.Ch.D., 16 ; L.D.S., 16. Graduation fee, 7. 

POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS, ETC. Fellowships and scholarships for re- 
search in Gas and Col. Chem. Textiles, see App. XXIII. Also, for graduates 
of the Univ., 150 for 2 yrs. for research and advanced study ; 150 for 2 
yrs. for research in English, or History, or Economics ; 100 for research in 
Chem. or Pharrn. ; 70 Scholp. for research in Arts Faculty ; 125 for higher 
Humanistic study, for graduates of Leeds or Sheffield ; 45 for advanced study 
in Greek or Latin ; 25, Forensic Med. and Hygiene. 

RESIDENCE. One hostel for 140 men and 4 for women. Fees, men 64, 
women 54 to 63 per session of 32 weeks. A site of 160 acres on the outskirts 
of the city has been acquired for hostels for men and women students. 

APPOINTMENTS BOARD. Secretary : W. R. Grist, B.Sc. Lond. 

OVERSEAS STUDENTS' COMMITTEE. 

An OLD STUDENTS' ASSOCN. was formed in 1923. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION. Lecture courses and Tutorial classes are pro- 
vided in co-operation with the Workers* Educnl. Assocn. and Local Education 
Authorities, and an Annual Summer School in connexion therewith was 
instituted hi 1919. 

Summer Schools are arranged from time to time. 

In connexion with the Agric, Dept. a considerable part of the time of 
lecturers of the Univ. is devoted to work in local centres. 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar (Sept.), 45. ; Annual Reports of the Univ. and 
of Tech. Depts. ; List of Researches, etc. ; Gryphon, 35. annually (students' 
magazine) ; Union Handbook ; Prospectuses of various Depts. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. Appeal Fund (Sept. 1932), 424,425. Legacies of 20,000 
from Mrs. Emily Fawcett for Chair of Theol. ; of 1000 from Mr. Darcy Wilson ; 
and of 1000 from Mr. F. W. Vause for " John Gilbert Vause Memorial Schp." 
Gifts of 300 a yr. for 7 yrs, from the late Dr. Wm. Briggs to augment existing 
funds for students ; 9000 from Dr. C. F. Tetley for sports pavilion ; xoo 
anon, for research in concrete ; 100 from Sir Philip Reckitt for agric, research ; 



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40 from Federation of Curriers ; from a national society (anon.) a piece of 
North Italian sculpture ; painting by the late Mr. E. T. Jones presented by his 
family ; and many valuable gifts to the Library and to various Depts. 

NEW BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT. Pathological Institute, Chemistry 
building, sports pavilion, and workshop for Dyeing Dept. in progress. Plans 
of new Brotherton Library approved. 

NEW POSTS. Chair in Philos. and Hist, of Religion established ; addl. 
Clin. Lectureship and Asst. in Pathol. and Cancer Research. 

CHANGES IN REGULATIONS, ETC. Regulations adopted for Blanche Leigh 
Schp. in Music ; modification of Regns. for Clothworkers* Schps. and Fellow- 
ships ; and minor alterations in various regns. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION COURSES at 16 centres; 62 Tutorial Classes; 
Tutorial Class Summer School at Saltburn ; course of 8 Public Lectures on 
" The Formation of the Gospel Tradition" ; 6 Advanced Science Lectures ; 
4 lectures on " Science in Everyday Life " ; 2 lectures on " Some Aspects of 
French Art " and 2 on " Mozart " ; 6 single lectures on various topics ; 10 
Midday Music Recitals. 755 Lectures given in County by Agricultural Dept. 
in addition to 9 organized courses in Agric. ; 8 in Hortic. ; 2 in Dairying ; 5 
in Bee-keeping ; 3 classes in Dressmaking ; 3 in Cookery and 33 ten days' 
courses in Butter-making and Cheese-making ; 83 Popular Lectures given by 
members of staff at various centres in the Univ. area. 

OTHER DEVELOPMENTS. Visit by H.R.H. Prince George on Sept. 27; 
modification of arrangements for clinical teaching in Gynaecol.; refresher 
course for Textile Teachers. 

RESIGNATIONS AND DEATH. Prof. C. M. Gillespie (Philos.) ; Prof. R. S. 
Seton (Agnc.) ; Prof. F. W. Eurich (Forensic Med.), and Mrs. Moorman 
(Warden, Oxley Hall), retired; Mr. A. D. Hargreaves (Law), on appt. as 
Reader in Law at Birmingham Univ. ; Dr. R, G. Inkster, on appt. as Prof, of 
Anat. at Manitoba Univ. ; Dr. J. S. Young (Cancer Res.), on election to Chair 
of Pathol. at Queen's Univ., Belfast ; Mr. D. G. 0. Ayerst (Univ. Exten.), 
on appt. to staff of Manchester Gmrdwn ; and various others. Dr. J. B. 
Allan (Hebrew) died. 

HONORARY DEGREES. LL.D. Sir James Peace Hinchhffe, Miss Ellen 
Mary Musson; Litt.D. Prof. Herbert Read; PH.D. Mr. Osbert John Rad- 
clyffe Howarth. 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 1520, including 218 graduates. Part-time, 
318, including 40 graduates. 

DEGREES. B.A., no ; B.Com., 7 ; LL.B., 21 ; M.A., 23 ; MJEd., 5 ; 
M.Com., i ; B.Sc., 102 ; M.Sc., 6 ; Ph.D., 16 ; D.Sc., i ; M.B., CLB., 26 ; 
M.D., 3; Ch.M.,1. 



UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL 



VISITOR H.M. THE KING. 

CHANCELLOR Rt. Hon. the EARL OF DERBY, K.G., G.C.B., G.C.V.O., 
LLD. 

PRO-CHANCELLORS VISCOUNT LEVERHULME, D L., M.A, Camb. ; 
C. SYDNEY JONES, M.A. 

VICE-CHANCELLOR -H. J. W. HETHERINGTON, M.A., LL.D. 

TREASURER -R. H. ARMSTRONG. 

DEANS OF FACULTIES. See under " General Information " Faculties. 

CHAIRMAN OF CONVOCATION J. A. WOODS, M.D S., L.D.S. 

REGISTRAR EDWARD CAREY, LL.B. 

ASSISTANT REGISTRAR S. DUMBELL, M.A. 

LIBRARIAN -Associate Prof. W. GARMON JONES, M.A. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Anatomy [Derby Prof. 

Wood, W. H., B.Sc., M.D. Mane. 

Lectrs. : 
Nuttall, H. C. W., F.R.C.S., 

D.P.H. (Appl. Surg. A.). 
Capon, N. B., M.D., F.R.C.P. 

(Appl. Med. A.). 
Jones, Tudor J., M.B., Ch.B. 

(Embryol.). 
Diggle, W. S., M.B., Ch B Demr. 

Archeology, v. also Palaeog. and 

Associated Institutions 
Droop, J. P., M.A. Camb. (Classi- 
cal A.) C. W. Jones Prof, 
Peet, T. E., M.A. Ox. (Egyptology) 
Brunner Prof. 

Garstang, J., M.A., D.Sc., B.Litt. 
Ox., LL.D., F.S.A. (Methods 
and Practice of A.) 

Rankin Prof. 

(Mediaeval A.) Reader. 

Newberry, P. E., M.A. (Egyptian 

Art) Reader. 

Architecture, v. also Civ, Design, 

Engin. 

Reilly, C. H., O.B.E., M.A. Camb., 
F.R.I.B.A. Roscoe Prof. 



Budden, L. B., M.A., F.R.I.B.A. 

Assoc. Prof. 
Scott, Sir Giles G., LL.D., R.A., 

F.R.I.B.A. (Eccl. Archit.) 

Reader. 

Marshall, J. E., B.Arch. Sr. Lectr. 

Cole, E. R. F., B.Arch., F.R.I.B.A. 

Lectr. 

Miller, B. A., B.Arch. 
Dougill, W., M.A., B.Arch. 
Velarde, F. X., B.Arch. 
Nunn, J. P., B.A. 
Allen, J. S., B.Arch. 
Todd, A. C., Dipl. Arch. 
Thearle, H., Dipl. Arch. 
Brooke, D., M.A., B.Arch. 
Ferriby, E. A., B.Arch. 
Penn, W. C., R.O.I. (Drawing 

from the Life) Instr. 

Smith, H. Tyson 

Hon. Instr. in Craftsmanship. 

Art of the Theatre 
Dean, Basil Shute Lectr. 



Astronomy 



Reader. 



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Bio-Chemistry [Johnston Prof. 

Channon, H. J., B.A., D.Sc. Lond. 

Coope, R., B.Sc., M.D., M.R.CP. 

(Clin. Chem.) Lectr, 

Asst. Lectrs. : 

Loach, J. V., Ph.D., B.Sc., Birm. 
Smith, J. A. B., M.Sc. Lond , Ph.D. 

Birm. 
Devine, J., B.Sc. 

Johnston Colonial Fellow, 
Botany 

Thompson, J. McLean, M.A., D.Sc. 
Glas.,F.L.S. H.GaskellProf. 
Knight, Margery, D.Sc., F.L.S. 

Sr. Lectr. 

Demrs. and Lectrs. : 
Stirling, J., B.Sc. St. And. 
Mathias, W. T., M.Sc. Wales. 
Horton, W., M Sc. 

Hon. Lectr. in Plant Path. 

Chemistry, v. also Bio-C. 
Baly, E. C. C., C.B.E., M.Sc., 
F.R.S. (Inorg C.) Grant Prof. 
Heilbron, I. M., Ph.D. Leip., D.Sc. 
Glas., F.R.S., F.I.C. 

H. Harrison Prof. (Org. C.). 

Lewis, W. C. McC., M.A. Belt, 

D.Sc., F.R.S., F.Inst.P. 

(Physical C.) Brunner Prof. 

Hilditch, T. P., D.Sc. 

Campbell-Brown Prof. 

(Industrial Chem. 

Fats, Waxes and Oils) . 

Senr. Lectrs. : 

Kay, F. W., M.Sc. Mane., Ph.D. 

Berl. (Applied Organic C.). 
Guthrie, F. C., M.A. Camb., F.I.C. 

(Analytical C.). 
Griffith, R. O., D.Sc. (Phys.). 

Lectrs. and Demrs. : 
Edwards, D. M., B.Sc. (Inorg.). 
Shntt, W. J., M.Sc. (Phys.). 
M'Keown, A., D.Sc. (Phys.). 
Doran, W., M.Sc. (Organ.). 
Keffler, L. J. P., D.Sc. (Inorg.). 
Nance, J. T., M.A. Ox. (Inorg.). 
Occleshaw, V. J., M.Sc. (Inorg.). 
Morton, R. A., Ph.D., D.Sc. (In- 
org. and Spectrosc.). 



McGookin, A., Ph.D., B.Sc. (Org.). 
Rogerson, H., M.Sc. Viet., F.I.C. 
(Inorg.) Demr. 

Collin, G., B.Sc., Ph.D. (Indust.) 

Demr. 

Chemzstry, Pub. Health 
Roberts, W. H., M.Sc., F.I.C. 

Assoc. Prof. 
Jones, E. Gabriel, M.Sc., F.I.C. 

Lectr. 
Smith, F. J., B.Sc., F.I.C. Lectr. 

Civic Design 

Abercrombie, L. P., M.A., 
F.R.I.B.A. Lever Prof. 

Special Lectrs. : 

Kelly, S. A., F.S.I. (Civic Engin.). 
Mattocks, R. H. (Landscape 

Design). 
Clarke, J. J M. A. (Law of Housing 

and Town Planning). 
Dougill, W., M.A., B.Arch., 
A.R.I.B A. Research Fellow. 
Beaufoy, S. L. G., A.R.I.B.A. 
Ward, H. M. 

Classics 

Campbell, A. Y., M.A. Camb. 
(Greek) Gladstone Prof. 

Fletcher, G. B. A., M.A. Camb 

Lectr. 

Mountford, J. F., M.A. Ox. and 
Birm., D.Litt. Birm. (Latin) 

Prof. 
Onians, R. B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Lectr. (Latin). 
Cooper, C. G., M.A. St. And. 

Junr. Lectr. 
Hartley, Mildred, B.A. Camb. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Commerce [Chaddock Prof. 
Dewsnup, E. R., M.A. Mane. 

Lectrs.: 
Miller, Margaret S., M.A., B.Com. 

Edin., Ph.D. (Econ.), Lond. 
Campbell, C. D., M.A., Ph.D. 
Taggart, P., F.S.A.A. (Account- 
ancy) Spl. Lectr. 
Mort, J. H. (Banking) SpL Lectr. 

(Ind. Traffic Management) 

Spl. Lectr. 



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Dentistry, v. infra 

Economic Science, v. also Com. 

Brunner Prof. 

Macdonald, R. A., M.A. 

Senr. Lectr. 
Henderson, W. O., M.A Camb. 

Junr, Lectr. in EC. Hist. 

Education, v. also Hist., Physics 
Campagnac, E. T., M.A. Ox. Prof. 
Brigstocke, W. O., B.A. Lond. 

Senr. Lectr. 

Lectrs. : 

Collie, Frances A., M.A. Wales. 
Kermode, Helen S., M.A. 
Attlee, C. M , B.A Ox. 
Pollitt, A. W., Mus.Doc. Durh., 

F.R.C.O. 

Tozer, A. H. D., B.A. Camb. 
Winchester, Lily, M.A., Spl. Lectr. 

Teachers of Drawing : 
Laverock, Florence H, 
Cameron, Elizabeth L. 
Butler, Dorothy F. 
White, W. W. 

Milne, Susan (Method) Asst. 

Roberts, Hilda R 

(Phys. T.) Instruc. 

Engineering, v. infra 

English Lang, and PhiloL 
Grattan, J. H. G,, B.A. Lond. 

Baines Prof. 

Schram, O. K., M.A. Wales, 
Ph.D. Camb. Lectr. 

English Lit. 
Martin, L. C., B.Litt.. M.A. Ox. 

King Alfred Prof. 

A. C. Bradley Prof. 

Shawcross, J., M.A. Ox. 

Senr. Lectr. 

Trenery, Grace R., M A. Lectr. 

Mcllwraith, A. K., M.A. Ox, 

D.Phil. Lectr. 

Jones, Doris C., M.A. Tutor. 

Entomology [Dutton Prof 

Patton, W. S., M.B., Ch.B. Edin. 
Evans, Alwen M., D.Sc. Lectr. 



Esperanto 

Colknson, W. E., MA. Lond., 
Ph.D. Buchanan Lectr. 

Fisheries, v. Ocean 
French [J. Barrow Prof. 

Eggli, J. E., Ag. des L., D es L. 
Renault, G. E., B. es A. Dijon 

Senr. Lectr 

Mayoux, J., Ag. d'Ang. Lectr. 

Wright, Jean, M.A., D. de L'U. 

Pans Lectr. 

MofEat, Margaret M., M.A., D de 

TU. Paris Junr. Lectr. 

3 French Tutors. 

Geography, v. also Geol. 
Roxby, P. M., B.A. Ox. 

RanHn Prof. 

Smith, W., M.A. Lectr. 

Baker, S. J. K., M.A. Junr, Lectr. 
Varley, W. J., B.A. Wales 

Junr. Lectr. 
Rodgers, D. D. E., B.A. Tutor. 

(Cartographer) 

Geology 

Read, H. H., D Sc. Lond., 
A.R.CS,F.G.S. 

Herdman Prof. 
Lectrs. and Demrs. 
Double, L S , M.Sc . F.G.S. 
Neaverson, E, D.Sc, F.G.S. 

(Palseont.). 
German 

Colhnson, W. E., M.A, Lond., 
Ph.D. (also Hon. Lectr. in 
Comp. Philol.) Prof. 

Picton, jEnid, B.A. Wales Lectr. 
Hebrew, v. Affild. Instns. 
Hellenistic Gk., v. Affild. Instns. 
History [Assoc. Prof. 

Jones, W. Gannon, M.A. 

Hist., Ancient 
Ormerod, H. A., M.C., M.A. Ox. 

Rathbone Prof. 
History, Eccl., v. Affild. Instns. 

History, Medieval 
Coopland, G. W., B.Sc. Lond., 
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McKisack, May, M.A., B.Litt. Ox. 
Lectr. 

History, Modern 
Veitch, G. S , M. A , Litt.D. 

A. Geddes & J. RanMn Prof. 

Routledge, F. J., B Litt. Ox , M A. 

Senr. Lectr. 

Howden, Marjorie P., M.A. Lectr. 
McElwee, W. L , B.A. Asst. Lectr. 

It ah an 
Senr. Lectr. 

Law, v also Civic and Engin. 
Blease, W. Lyon, LLM. (Public 
Orator) Q. Viet. Prof. 

Batt, F. R., LL M. (Comml. L.) 

Prof. 
Shawcross, H. W., LL M. 

Warr Mem. Lectr. 

Brown, H., M.A., LL B. (History 

of English Law, etc.) Lectr. 

(Internat L.) Hon. Prof. 

Mathematics, Applied 
Proudman, J., M.A. Camb., D.Sc , 
F.R.S. Prof 

Hargreaves, R., M.A. Camb. 

Reader. 

Street, R. O., M.A. Camb , M.Sc. 
Sr. Lectr. 

Doodson, A. T, D.Sc. (Analysis 
of Observations) Hon. Lectr. 
Grace, S. F , D Sc., F.R.A S 

Lectr. 
Mathematics, Pure 

Prof. 

Lectrs. : 

Wilson, B. M., M.A. Camb. D.Sc. 
Lectr. 

Bradley, F. W., B.Sc., Ph D. 
Haslam- Jones, U. S., M.A., D.Phil. 

Ox., B.Sc. Lond. 
Formby, J. A., B.Sc. Tempy. 

Medicine, v. infra 

Music 

Fellows, Rev. Canon E.H.,M.V.O., 
M.A., Mus Doc. Ox. and Dub. 
AJsop Lectr. 
Naval Archit., v. Engin. 



Oceanography 

Prof. 

Daniel, R. J., D.Sc. Lectr. 

Jenkins, J. T., D.Sc. Lond., D.Sc. 
Wales, Ph.D. Kiel (Sea 
Fisheries) Hon. Lectr. 

Paleography and Diplomatics 
Twemlow, J. A., M.A. Ox. 

Assoc. Prof. 
Parasitologv 

Blacklock, D. B., M.D., D.P.H., 
D.T.M. W. Myers Prof. 

Southwell, T., D Sc., Ph D. 

Lectr. (Helminthology). 
Philology, Comparative, v. Ger- 
man 

Philosophy 

Dorward, A. J., M.A. Edin. and 
Camb. Prof. 

Senr. Lectr. 

Turner, J. E., M.A., Ph.D. 

Reader 

Philosophy of Religion 
Webb, C. C. J., M.A., DJLitt Ox., 
LL D. St And. 

Forwood Lectr. 

Physics [L. Jones Prof. 

Wilberforce, L. R., M.A. Camb 
Rice, J., M.A, Bell (Spl. Lectr. in 
Educn.) Assoc. Prof, 

Lectrs. and Demrs. : 
Ablett, R., M.Sc. 
Edwards, E, BSc Wales, M.A. 

Tor. (Spl. Lectr. in Educn.} 
Lipson, H., M.Sc. 
Roberts, R. W., D.Sc. 
Wallace, L. A., B.Sc. 
Beevers, C. A., M.Sc. 

Oliver Lodge Fellow. 
Physiology 

Roaf, H. E., M.D. Tor., D.Sc., 
LR.CP,M.R.C.S. 

Holt Prof. 
Lectrs. : 

Duffield, F. A., M.B , Ch.B Edin. 
Waller, W. W., B.A., B.M. Ox. 
Chamberlain, E. N., M.D., M.Sc. 
(Spl, Lectr. in, Educn.). 



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Wadsworth, T. W., M.D., D.P.H. 

(Appl. Physiol.). 
Walker, C. E, D.Sc., M.R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. (Histology). 
Tozer, Frances M., B.Sc. Lond. 

(Histology and Cytology). 
Follows, A. B., M.B., Ch.B., 
M.R.C S., L.R.C.P., D.P.H. 

Holt FeUow. 
Protozoology 

Lectr. 

Public Administration 
Simey, T. S., B.A. Ox, Lectr. 
Wilson, P. A., B.A. 

(Soc. & Polit. Theory) Tutor. 
Russian Studies 
Boswell, A. B., M.A. 

Bowes Prof, of R. Hist. 

Lang, and Lit. 
Slepchenko, B. S. Recog. Teacher. 

Social Science 
Carr-Saunders, A. M., M.A. Ox. 

Charles Booth Prof. 
Jones, D. Caradog, M.A. Camb. 

(Social Statistics) Sr. Lectr. 
Black, Ellinor I., B.Sc. Lond. 

Lectr. 

Spl Tutors: 

Keeling, Dorothy C., M.B E. 
MacEwen, Christine W. 

Spanish 

Peers, E. Allison, M.A. Camb. and 
Lond. Gilmour Prof. 

Lara, Maria V. de, Lie. en Hist. 

Tempy. Lectr. 
Vet. Science 

Share- Jones, J., D.V.Sc., M.Sc., 

F.R.C.V.S., Dir. of Vet. Studies 

Prof, of V. Anat. 

Gaiger, S. H., F.R.C.V.S., Prof. 

(Diseases of Animals). 
Lectrs. : 

Davies, G. O., M.V.Sc., M.R.C.V.S. 
Annett, H. E., M.B.E., M.D., 

D.P.H. 

Elam, C. W., D.V.H , M.R.C. V.S. 
Hughes, H. V., B.V.Sc. 
Isherwood, R., M.R.C.V.S., Ad- 
ministrator, Vet. Hosp. 



Mattinson, A. B., O.B.E., 
F.R.C.V.S., D.V.S.M. Viet. 

Shuttleworth, A. C., B.V.Sc., Res. 
Surg., Vet. Hosp. 

Mullen, A. L., M.R.C.V.S., 
D.V.S.M. Mane., Vet. Adviser. 

Welsh 

Davies, J. Glyn, M.A. Assoc. Prof. 
Owen, E., M.A , F.S.A. 
(Welsh Mediaeval Antiq. ) Reader. 

Zoology, v. also Entom., Ocean., 

Parasit., Protoz. 

Orton, J. H., D.Sc. Lond , F.L.S. 
Derby Prof. 

Burfield, S. T., M.A. Camb., M.Sc., 
F.L.S. Sr. Lectr. 

Lectrs. and Demrs. : 
Bisbee, Ruth C., M.Sc., F.L.S. 
Fordham, Mahalah G. C., M.Sc. 

W. Aus. 
Herdman, E. Catherine, M.Sc. 

Hon. Lectr. 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Perrott, S. W., M A.I. Dub. Prof 
Whitaker, H. A., M.Eng. Lectr. 
Hitchens. A. P., B.Eng. (also 
Design and Draw.) Lectr. 
Daymond, J. R., B.Sc. Wales 

Jr. Lectr. 

Dock and Harbour Engineering 
Wilton, T. R., M.A. Camb. 

Assoc. Prof. 
Economics, Applied 
The Prof, of Econ. Lectr. 

Electrical Engineering 
Marchant, E. W., D.Sc. Lond. 

Jardine Prof. 

Teago, F. J., D.Sc. Durh. (Elect. 
Machinery) Rankin Prof. 
Lectrs. : 

Prescott, J. C., D.Eng. 
Brookes, R. C., B.A. Camb. 
GDI, J. F., M.Sc., B.Eng. 

Law, Engineering 
Gordon, C. G. S., LL.B., 
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Marine Engineering 
Lectrs. : The Prof, of Mech. E., 
the Prof, of Appl Mech , the 
Prof, of Nav. Arch. 
Mechanical Engineering and 

Applied Mechanics 
Scholes, G. E , M.B E., M.Sc Mane. 
Harrison Prof. (Mech. E.). 
Mason, W., D.Sc. Mane. (Applied 
Mechanics) Hughes Prof. 

Mawson, H , D.Sc (Eng.) Lond., 
A.R.C.S. 

(Mech. Engin. and Hy- 
draul. Mach ) 

Sr. Lectr. 
Clark, J. J., M.Eng. 

(Design & Drawing). Lectr. 
Okill, J., M Eng. Lectr. 

Kearton, W. J., M.Eng. Lectr. 
Cole, E. B., M.Sc. Bris. Lectr. 
Smith, G., B.Sc. Lectr. 

Metallurgy 

Bannister, C. O., M.Eng., A.R S.M. 
(also Lectr. in Dental M.) 

Wortley Prof. 
Kennett, S. J., B Sc., A.R.S M. 

Lectr. 

Municipal Engineering 
Brodie, J. A., M.Eng. Assoc. Prof. 

Naval Architecture 
Abell, T. B, O.B.E., M.Eng, 
R.C.ST.C. (ret ) 

A. Elder Prof. 

Wilson, J. C. M., M.Eng., R.N.C. 
Lectr. & Demr. 
Railway Engineering 
Aspinall, Sir J. A. F., D.Eng. 

Assoc. Prof. 

Medicine 

(for subjects of first a yrs. Anat., 
etc., v. supra) 

Bacteriology 

Beattie, J. M., M.A. N.Z., M.D., 
C.M. Edin. Prof. 

Lectrs : 

Ashcroft, L. S., M.B., Ch.B., 
D.PH. 



Gray, J. D. A., B.Sc., M.B., Ch.B. 
Edin , F.R.C P. (Pub. Health 
Bact). 

Crawford, F. J. H., B Sc., M.B., 
Ch B , M R.C S , L R.C.P. 

Garrett Intern. Fellow'. 
Cytology, v. also Physiology 
Walker. C. E., D.Sc, M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. Assoc. Prof. 

Tozer, Frances M., B.Sc. Lond. 

Lectr. 
Dermatology 

Stopford-Taylor, R., D.S.O., M.B., 
Ch.B , F.R.C.S. Ed. Lectr. 
Diseases of Children 
Fordyce, A. D., M.D. Edin. Lectr. 

Diseases, Infectious 
Rundle, C, O.B E., M.D. Lond., 
D.P.H. Lectr. 

Diseases, Mental [Lectr. 

Reeve, E. F., M.B., B.S. Lond. 

Diseases, Specific [Lectr. 

Ross, A. O. F., M.D. Ed., D.P.H. 
Forensic Medicine and Toxico- 
logy [Prof. 
MacFall, J. E. W., M.D., D.P.H. 
Jones, Tudor J., M.B., Ch.B". 

Demr. 
Hygiene 

Prof. 

Frazer, W. M., M D., M.Sc., 

D.P.H. (Practical San.) Lectr. 

Lectrs. in Pub. Health Admn. : 

Hanna, W., M.A., M.D. Belf., 

D.P.H. (Admn. and Vaccn.). 
Stallybrass, C. O., M.D.. B.S., 

D.P.H. 
Laryngology 

Forster, H. V., M Sc., M.B., Ch.B., 
F.R.S.M. Lectr. 

Materia Med., Pharmacy, Phar- 

macol. and Genl. Therap. 
Dilling, W. J., M.B., Ch.B. Aberd. 

Prof. 

Brookfield, R. "W., M D., M.R.C.P., 
D.P.H. 

Lectr. (Practical Therap.). 
Sadler, Eileen S., M.Sc. Demr. 
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Hay, John, D.L., M.D., F.R.C P. 
Prof. & Clin Lectr. 
Cohen, H , M.D , M.R C P. Lectr. 
Chamberlain, E. N., M.D. Lectr. 
Coope, R., M D , B.Sc 

Museum Demr 

Clinical Lectrs : 
Bligh, J. Murray, M D., F.R C P 
Capon, N. B., M.D , F.R.C P. 
Johnson, W., M D., F R.C P. 
Jones, H. Wallace. M.Sc., M.D. 
Pemberton, H. S., M.B. 
Matthews, J. C., M.A , M D. Camb. 
Wadsworth, T. W., M.D., D.P.H., 
M R.C P. 

Midwifery and Gyn&c. 
Robinson, A. L , M.D., B.S. Lond., 
F.R C S., F.C.O G. 

Prof. &Clm. Lectr. 
Gemmell, A. A., MA., M.D., 
F.R,C.S E , M.C.O G. 

Lectr & Clin. Lectr. 
Herd, S. B , M D., M.C O G. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Demrs. : 

Malpas, P., M B., Ch M., F.R.C S, 
Datnow, M M., M.D , M C O G. 
Marshall, C. M., MB, Ch.B , 
F.R.C S. Asst 
Boyce Fellow. 

Clinical Lectrs. : 
Burns, J. W., BA., M D. Dub., 

F.R C.S.E., F.C.O.G. 
Nicholson, Ruth, MB., M.S., 

B.Hy., D.P.H. Durh. 
Willctt, J. H, MD. 
Wilson, J. St. G, MB, Ch.M.> 

F.R C.S. 

Ophthalmology 

Chavasse, F. B., M.A., M.D., 
D.O.M.S. Ox. Lectr. 

Pathology 

Dible, J. H., MB., ChB Glas., 

F R.C.P. Holt Prof. 

Cleave, H. H , M B., Ch B. Leeds 

Senr. Lectr. 



Evans, W Howel, B.Sc., M D. 

(H.) Lectr. 

Jones, R. Watson, B.Sc, MB., 
Ch B , M.Ch. Orth., F.R C S 

(H.) Lectr. 

Collins, D. H., M.B, ChB., 
M.R.C.S., L R.C P. 

Junr. Lectr. 

Pownall, Margaret, M.B., ChB., 
D P.H. Mane. Junr. Lectr. 
Gerrard, W. W., M.B, Ch.B., 
M R.C.S , L R.C.P. 

Holt Fellow. 

Pharmacology and Genl Therap., 
v. Mat. Med , etc. 

Public Health, v. Hyg. and 
Chem. 

Radiology 

Roberts, R. E., M.D., B Sc., 
D.M R.E , D.P.H. Lectr. 
Asst. Lectrs. : 
Mather, J. H., M.B., Ch.B., B.Sc., 

D.M.R.E. 

Walker, Nora M., M.B., Ch.B. 
Viet , D.M.R.E, 

_ Hon Asst Lectr. 

Surgery 

Whitaker, P. H., M.B., ChB., 

M R.C S , L R.C P., D.M.R.E. 

Prof. 

Kelly, R. E., C.B , M D., B.Sc , 
1' R.C S 

Prof, and Clin. Lectr. 

(Orthop.) 

Lectr. and Clin. Lectr. 

(Operative S ) 

Lectr. and Clin. Lectr. 

Kennon, R., M.D., F.R.C.S. 

(Practical S.) Lectr. 

Wells, C. A., M.B., Ch.B., F R.C.S. 

Demr. 

Reid, H., M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. Museum Demr. 
Hughes, T, L., M.B , Ch.B. 

Thelwall Thomas Fellow. 

Lady Jones Fellow. 

Other Clinical Lectrs. : 
Armour, T. R W., M.B., C.M, 
Edin , F.R.C.S. 



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Davies, C O., M.B., B S. Lond., 

F.R.C.S. 
Heaney, F. Strong, M.A., M.D. 

Dub. 
Simpson, G. C. E , B A., M.B., 

B.C. Camb., B Sc., RR.C.S. 
McMurray, T. P., Ch.M. Belf. 
Morrison, J. T., M.B., Ch.B. 
Jeans, F. A. G., M.A., M B., B.Ch. 

Camb., F.R C.S. 
Rawlinson, J. H., M.B., Ch.B , 

F R C S E 
Williams, O. Herbert, M.B. Edin., 

F.R.C.S., D P.H Ox. 
Wolfenden, H. F., M.D., F.R.C.S. 

Tropical Med. 

Yorke, W., M.D., M.R.C.P., F.R.S. 

Sir A. Jones Prof. 

Tropical Diseases of Africa 

Gordon, R. M, M.D. Dub., 

D.P.H., D.T.M. Pro! 



Tropical Sanitation 



Lectr. 



Vaccination, v. Hygiene 

Dentistry 
Dental Surgery 

Gilmour, W. H., M.D.S , L.D.S., 

LL.D. (Penn.) (Dir. of D. 

Educn ) Cohen Prof. 

Softley, J. W,, B.D.S (and Op. D. 

Surg.) Demr. 



Ancssthetics 

Smith, G. F. R., M B., B.S. Lond., 

M.D. Lectr. 

Ireland, G., B.D.S. Demr. 

D. Anai., HistoL, and Physiol. 
Woods, J. A., M,D.S., L.D.S. 

Lectr. 
Guyler, T. W. C., B.D S. Demr. 

D. Mechanics and Prosthetics 
Fenn, H R. B., L D.S., D.D.S. 
Penn. Lectr. 

Leatherbarrow, H., L.D.S. Demr. 

JD. Metallurgy, v. Met. 

Operative D Surgery 
ColHnge, J. S H., L.D.S. Lectr. 
Lewis, G. J., L.D.S. Demr. 

Ball, G. S., L.D.S. Asst. Demr. 

Chn. D. Surgery 
8 Lectrs. ; i Demr. 

Orthodontia 

Mountford, E. H., L,D.S. Lectr. 
Watkin, H. G., L.D.S. Demr. 

University Extension 

Secy, to the Univ. Extension 

Board : 
E. Hickinbotham, B.A. Ox. 

Joint Sees, to the Jt Committee 

on Tutorial Classes : 
E. Hickinbotham, B.A. Ox. 
F Garstang. 



ASSOCIATED AND AFFILIATED INSTITUTIONS 

INSTITUTE OF ARCHAEOLOGY, Abercromby Square, Liverpool. Associated 
Teachers additional to the staff of the Faculty Assyriology, Pinches, T. G., 
LL.D. ; Numismatics, Milne, J. G., M.A. ; Central American Arch., Gann, 
T. W. F., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

LIVERPOOL OBSERVATORY AND TIDAL INSTITUTE. Observatory est. 1845, 
Tidal Institute, 1919. Administered by a Joint Committee representing the 
Univ. Council and the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board. Director, Prof. J. 
Proudman, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S. Assoc. Dir., A. T. Doodson, D.Sc. See also 
App. XXIV. A. IV. 

ST. AIDAN'S COLLEGE, Birkenhead. - Principal, Rev. F. B. Heiser, M.A. Ox. 
Certain courses (not given in the Univ.) are recognized as Univ. courses in part 
for the ordinary degree of B.A. 

Recognized Teachers in Hellenistic Greek, Roberts, Rev. E. A. H., M.A. 
Ox. ; Eccl. Hist., SteinZy, Rev. E., M.A. ; Hebrew, Keith, Rev. K. E., M.A. 



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EDGE HILL TRAINING COLLEGE. Principal, Miss E. M. Smith, M.A. 
Recognized Teachers in Maths., Smith, Miss E. M., M.A. ; English Lit., 
Deakin, Miss M. H., M.A. 

MOUNT PLEASANT TRAINING COLLEGE. Principal, Miss C. Holcroft, B.A. 
Recognized Teachers in Latin, Sampson, Miss M., M.A. ; English Lit , 



DIOCESAN TRAINING COLLEGE, Chester. Recognized Teachers : Thomas, 
R. A., O.B.E., M.A., Principal (in Maths ) ; Hooper, F. W., B.Sc., A.I C. (in 
Chem. and Physics) ; Lewis, W. E., B.A. (in Maths, and Physics). 

THE HARRIS I NSTITUTE, Preston. First year of Degree Course (Engineering) . 

SCHOOL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE, Pembroke Place, Liverpool. Ward for 
Tropical Diseases at Royal Infirmary, Liverpool. Departs, with research labs. 
at Sierra Leone. For training in the conduct of original research and organiza- 
tion of prophylactic measures. Has sent numerous expeditions to tropical 
countries. Publishes Memoirs and Annals. For staff, v. supra Trop. Med , 
Trop. San., Parasit., Entom., Hygiene. D.T.M. course, 3 mos. D.T.H. course, 

3 mos. after taking D.T.M. 

PATHOLOGICAL LABORATORY, County Mental Hospital, RainhiU. 

FACULTY OF MEDICINE : 20 general and special hospitals are affiliated for 
the purpose of clinical or practical work required for degrees and diplomas in 
the Faculty of Medicine. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

University College, Liverpool, founded by Royal Charter 1881, was admitted 
into the Victoria University, Manchester, in 1884. In 1903 the University 
of Liverpool was established by Royal Charter and the College was absorbed 
in it. 

LIBRARY, MUSEUMS, ETC. The library of the Univ. contains about 126,000 
vols., and includes among special collections great series, such as Migne, Pertz, 
Muratori, and Acta Sanctorum. Among rarer possessions are the Rylands 
collection of early works on Geography and Astronomy, a collection of works 
by and about William Blake, sets of the Roxburghe, Bannatyne, and Maitland 
Clubs, a unique number of Aldines, and over 150 incunabula, the earliest speci- 
men of printing being a leaf of the 42-hne Bible, circa 1454, and the final sheets 
of the Constitutiones of Clement V. printed at Mainz in 1460. Special biblio- 
graphies have been issued. In addition there are twenty-three Class Libraries 
in the Faculty of Arts and External Departmental Libraries for the Medical 
and Science Depts. 

The following are the principal MUSEUMS AND LABORATORIES : Anat., 
Archaeol. (including a unique Hittite collection), Archit.,Bact.,Biochem.,Bot., 
Chem., Physical and Electro-Chem., Electricity (Applied), Embryol. and 
Genetics, Engin. (including facilities for aerial motor and propeller testing and 
other wind experiments), Geol., Hygiene, Laryngology, Materia Medica, Expl. 
Med., Trop. Med. (including museum, animal houses, and specially warmed 
glass insectarium, and research labs, at Liverpool, and Sierra Leone), Obst. 
and Gyna5c., Oceanog., Ophth., Path., Physics, Physiol. and Histol., Surg. 
Path., Tidal Research, Toxicology, Vet. Anat. and Path., Zool. The Port 
Erin (Isle of Man) Marine Biol. Lab. has been transferred to the Univ. by an 
Act of Tynwald. See also App. XXIV. A. III. HOSPLS. available for Clinics, 

4 general and 5 special, containing 1530 beds, which together constitute the 
clinical school. The trade of the port ensures frequent cases of infection. 



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Special wards for Trop. Diseases. Expeditions to Tropical countries organized 
for investigation or advice. Suitably qualified persons may enter the Labs, 
for research at prescribed fees. 

FACULTIES, (i) Arts (with Schools of Archit., Archseol., Social Sciences and 
Administration (including Economics, Commerce, Geography, Social Science 
and Publ. Admimstn.), Local History and Records, Russian Studies ; Depart- 
ments of Civic Design and Educn.) ; (2) Science ; (3) Medicine (with Schools of 
Dent. Surg., Hygiene, Trop. Med., Vet. Sc.) ; (4) Law; (5) Engineering. 
Deans : (i) Prof. A. Bruce Boswell (Russian), (z) S. T. Burfield (Zool.), (3) 
Prof. W. J. Dilling (Pharmacology), (4) Prof. Batt (Commercial Law), and (5) 
Prof. Abell (Naval Architect.). Director of Dental Educn., Prof. Gilmour ; of 
Veterinary Studies, Prof. J Share- Jones. 

ADMISSION. See Appendix XXII 

DEGREE COURSES : 3 yrs., B.A., B.Com., B.Sc., LL.B. ; 3 or 4 yrs., B.Eng. 
{plus 2 yrs.' appr'ship) ; 5 yrs., B.Arch., B.V.Sc. ; 6 yrs., M.B., Ch.B. ; not 
less than 5& yrs., B.D.S. 

The B.Com. courses include (i) General Business ; (2) Banking, Insurance, 
Accounting, (3) Transport, Railways, Shipping ; (4) Consular Service. 

The LL.B. courses prepare for the Bar and solicitors' examns. as well as 
for the Degree. The B.V.Sc. may be taken concurrently with the M.R.C.V.S. 

HIGHER DEGREES : Ph.D., v. p. 14. (x) Graduates of Liverpool in Faculty 
concerned. Obtainable after Bachelorship : i yr. (after Hons. B.Sc., ord. 
B.Sc., after qual. examn ), 2 yrs. (after passing Final B.Sc. at end of second yr.), 
M.Sc. ; 15 mos., M.Ch Orth. ; 2 yrs., M.A., M.Com.; 2 yrs. by thesis, 5 yrs. by 
examn., M.D. ; 2 yrs., Ch.M., M.H. (Hygiene), M.D.S.; i yr. study (with thesis 
and examn. or examn. wholly), M.V.Sc., LL.M. (Ord. B.Eng. i yr. study in 
addition), M.Eng. After Mastership 7 yrs. from date of B A,, D.Litt. ; 3 yrs., 
D.V Sc. ; 5 yrs., LL D. After Mastership or Ph.D. : 5 yrs. after M.Sc., 4 yrs. 
after Ph.D. (Science), D.Sc. (5 yrs. after M.Eng. or Ph.D. Engin.), D.Eng. ; 
10 yrs., after B.Arch., on distinguished, archit. work, M.Arch. (2) Graduates of 
approved, Unvos. After Bachelorship and 2 yrs.' higher study or research in 
Liv. Univ. : M.A (i yr. elsewhere), M.Com. (i yr. elsewhere), M.Sc. (i yr. else- 
where), M.H., M.V.Sc. (i yr. elsewhere), LL.M. (i yr. elsewhere), M.Eng. The 
M.A, is also open under certain conditions to B.Arch. and grads. in Liv. Univ. 
of a Faculty other than Arts, and the M.Com. to graduates of Liverpool other 
than B.Com and M.D.S., 3 yrs. standing and i yr. study (thesis and/or examn. 
wholly). (3) Non-Graduates. After 3 yrs.' higher study or research in. Liv. 
Univ. : M.A. (i yr. elsewhere), M.Sc. (i yr. elsewhere), LL.M. (i yr. elsewhere), 
M.Eng. 

The M.Ch.Orth. is open to grads., other than Med., of this or approved Univs. 
who are F.R.C.S. (Eng., Ed., or I.) or Fellows of the American Coll. of Surg, 

DIPLOMAS. ArchaeoL, i yr. course ; Archit., 5 yrs. ; Civic Design, i yr. ; 
Commerce, 3 yrs. ; Educn. (for grads.), i yr. ; Geography, 2 yrs. ; Public 
Administration, 3 yrs. ; L.D.S., not less than 4 yrs. ; D.P.H., 9 mos. or i yr. ; 
D.T.M., 3 mos. ; D.T.H., 3 mos. (after taking D.T.M.) ; D.M.R.E., 3 terms ; 
D.V.H., 6 mos. ; Engin., 2 yrs. after final examn. for Certif . 

CERTIFICATES. Archaeology, 2 yrs.' course , separate Arts subjects, 2 yrs. ; 
Architectural Design, i yr. ; Civic Design, 2 terms of 2 sessions ; Social 
Science, i or 2 yrs. ; Educn., i yr. ; Engin., 3 yrs. (2 yrs. for cands. who 
have taken appd, techn. course) ; Univ. extension courses, i yr. 

FEES. For Matricn., 2. Guild of Undergrads., 2 : zos. p.a. DEGREE 
COURSES : B.A., or B.Com. (3 yrs.), 90 (B.A. Special Studies, 4th yr. 10 ; 



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B Com. Hons., 4th yr. 10) ; M.A. or M.Com. (sessional), 5 ; B Arch. (5 yrs.), 
150; B Sc. (3 yrs.), 105 to 120 (B Sc. Hons., 4th yr. 40) ; M Sc (sessional), 
Maths., 5 ; other subjs., 10 , M.B., Ch B. (6 yrs ), 260 ; M.D. (sessional), 
10 ; Ch.M. (2 yrs ), 20 ; M.H. (2 yrs.), 80 ; M.Ch.Orth. (15 mos.), 41 ; 
B D.S., 250, and for students taking Dental Mechanics with a private practi- 
tioner, 160 ; M.D.S. (2 yrs.), 22 or 27 ; B.V.Sc. (5 yrs.), 175 ; M.V.Sc., 
ist yr , 30, 2nd yr., 20 ; LL.B. (3 yrs.), 48 : 125. ; LL M. (sessional), 5 ; 
B.Eng. (3 or 4 yrs.), i44-i92 ; M Eng (Research), 20 ; Ph.D. (2 or 3 yrs.), 
27 or 40 . i os. Apparatus fee per session for candidates taking Research 
(Sc., Med , Eng., except Maths.), 10. DIPLOMA COURSES : Archit. (5 yrs.), 
150 ; Civ. Des. day, 22 : IDS. ; Educ. (i yr.), 20 ; Com. (3 yrs.), 90 , 
Archaool. (i yr ), 10 ; Geography (2 yrs ), ist yr., 20, 2nd yr., 10 ; Public 
Admin. (3 yrs.), 30 ; D.P H. (i yr ), 47 ; D.T.M. (3 mos ), 21 , D.T.H. (3 
mos.), 12 : i6s. ; D.M.R.E. (3 terms), 31 : ics. ; L.D.S. Liv., 198, and for 
students taking Dental Mechanics with a private practitioner, 138 : 155. ; 
M.R.C.V.S. (5 yrs ), 150 ; D.V.H. (6 mos.), 21 ; Eng. (after taking Eng. 
Cert.), 96. CERTIFICATE COURSES: Archit. Des. (i yr.), 35; Civ, Des. (2 
terms of two sessions), 10 ; Soc. Science (2 yrs ), 28 ; Archajol. (2 yrs.), 30 ; 
Educ. (i yr.), 20 ; Engin. (2 or 3 yrs.), 96-i44. Separate Arts Subjects : as 
for separate courses. 

EXAMN. FEES. M.B. and Ch.B., B.V.Sc., B D S , 15 ; B.Arch., 5 : 10 : 6 ; 
other Bachelor degrees, 4; Masters degree (exatnn. or on application), M.H., 
10 gs. ; Ch.M., M.Ch.Orth., M.V.Sc., M.D.S., 5 ; others, 3 ; Doctor's (examn. 
or on application), Ph.D., 8, others, 10. Diploma examns., L.D.S., 15 ; 
Comm., 4 ; Archajol., 3 ; Public Admin., i ; Civic Design, i : 10 : 6 ; 
Architect., 5 : 10 : 6 ; Educn., 2 ; Geog., 2 ; Eng., 3 , others, 5 gs. 
Certifs. Examns., Eng., 6 ; others, 2. Degree Admission Fees, 6 for first 
degree, subsequent degrees, 5 ; Dipl. Eng., 3 ; Certif. Eng , 2 ; others, i. 

POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS, ETC. A large number of valuable Fellow- 
ships and Scholarships are offered annually in all faculties. For Garrctt Inter- 
national and Johnston Fellowships for Research and Ridgeway Research 
Scholarship, v. App XXIII. 16, 18. 

RESIDENCE, ETC. Two hostels for 103 men (fees, 70) ; one for about 
90 women (fees from 65 to 72). Students' Union Club House cost 20,000. 

APPOINTMENTS. Secretary, S. Dumbell, M.A. Secy for Women's Appoint- 
ments, Miss E. A. Buller, B A. 

ASSOCIATION OF GRADUATES. Besides " Convocation " there is a Liver- 
pool University Society, with mainly social functions. 

A UNIVERSITY EXTENSION BOARD and a University Joint Committee on 
Tutorial Classes are responsible for extra-mural work. There are travelling 
libraries for local centres. 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar (Oct.), 2s. 6d. ; Diary (Oct.), free to members 
of the Univ. ; Prospectuses of Faculties and Schools (July), free ; Students' 
Handbook (Oct.), free ; Students' Magazine, The Sphinx, 6d. (4 numbers per 
session) ; Report on Research and other Original Work (Nov.), free ; Inaugural 
Lectures. Issued in 1920, inter aUa t School of Tropical Medicine Historical 
Record, 1898-1930, los. 6d. ; A Brief Record of Work and Progress. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. Anon , 5000 for extension of the Students' Union ; Mrs. 
Alsop, 1914 for further endowment of the James W. Alsop Lectureship in 



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Music ; Rockefeller Foundation, 1000 for completion of the Social Survey of 
Merseyside and publication of results. 

NEW POSTS. Lectureship in Spectrosc., Woman Secy, for Women's 
Appointments, Woman Supervisor of Lodgings for Women, Hon. Lectureship 
in the Pathol. of Orthopaedic Conditions, Junior Lectureship in Econ. Hist., 
Asst. Lectureships in Pure Maths, and in Appd. Maths., Obstetric Asst. 

OTHER DEVELOPMENTS. New School of Architecture (including Dept. of 
Civic Design) in course of construction. Reconstruction of Marine Biol. Lab. 
at Port Erin. 

CHANGES IN REGULATIONS. Among the more important are M.A. : 
amended to exclude candidates for degree of M.A. from presenting an examn. 
without a thesis. Litt.D. : amended to exclude candidates who have not 
taken Bachelor's degree at Liv. Univ. M.B., Ch B. : Special Chemistry re- 
placed by an extension of the course in Biochem. during 2nd and 3rd yrs. 
D.P.H.: candidates (full-time study) can now complete the course in 9 
calendar months. D.M.R.E. . three terms' course instead of two. 

RESIGNATIONS AND DEATHS. Resignations and Retirements : Prof. J. S. 
Macdonald (Physiol.) ; Dr. C. Thurstan Holland (Radiol.) ; Mr. K. W. Mon- 
sarrat (Op. Surg. and Clin. Surg.) ; Mr. R. Craig Dun (Clin. Surg.) ; Dr. A. 
Gordon Gullan (Clin. Med.) ; and Prof. D. A. Slater (Latin), retired ; Prof. 
J. R. BeUerby (Econ. Sci.), resigned ; Dr. M. Praz (Italian), on appt. to Chair 
of Italian, Univ. of Manchester ; Dr. L. A. Reid (Philos.), on appt. to Chair 
of Philos., Univ. of Durham. Deaths : Pro-Chancellor Sir H. Wade Deacon, 
Prof. Rushton Parker (Surg.), Emcr. Prof. Watkinson (Engin.), Prof. H. Leith 
Murray (Midwif. and Gynaecol.), A. Scott (Ichthyol.), H. C. Chadwick (Marine 
Biol.), Dr. J. Middlemas Hunt (Hon. Dean, Liv. School Trop. Med.), Major 
H. E. Barrow (O.T.C.). 

EXTRA-MURAL WORK. Extension Lectures were given to the general 
public, to Teachers, Technical Colls., and Schools, in the area from Barrow in 
the north to Crewe in the south, and from Wigan to the coast. The Univ. 
Extension Board arranged 144 lectures at various centres. 64 Tutorial 
Classes arranged in conjunction with W.E.A. Students on Roll, 1318. Series 
of popular afternoon and evening public lectures at the Univ. 

VISITS OF TEACHERS, (a) Visitors to the Univ. : Prof. L. B. Namier (Univ. 
Manchester), on "The Present Position of Jews in Eastern and Central 
Europe " ; Prof. A. A. Bowman (Univ. Glasgow), on " Animism and Religious 
Experience " ; Mons. Rene Jasinski (Univ. Lille), on " Les tendances du 
theatre francais contemporain." 

(b) Visits to Other Univs. : Prof. E. Allison Peers (i.) Rede Lecture at 
Cambridge, (ii.) Centennial Lecture, New York Univ. Prof. P. M. Roxby 
lectured at various Univ. centres in China. 

HONORARY DEGREES. Litt.D. John Ramsay Bryce Muir, Siegfried 
Sassoon. LL.D. Charles Glover Barkla, Muirhead Bone, Sir Henry Wade 
Deacon, Sir Benjamin Sands Johnson, James Joseph Mallon, Eleanor Florence 
Rathbone, Ralph Vaughan Williams. D.Eng Henry Selby Hele-Shaw. 
M.A.. Alice Gertrude Caton, Jessie Lupton Coates, Harold Corti Emmerson. 
M.Sc. William Horton. LL.M. John Carey Bromfield. M.Eng. Harry 
Hughes Harrison. 

STUDENTS. Full-tune : total, 1838, including 173 graduates. Part-tune : 
total, 446, including 267 graduates. 



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DEGREES CONFERRED. Litt.D., i ; Ph.D. (Arts), i ; M.A., 22 ; B.A. Hons., 
58 ; B.A. Ord, 47; B.Arch. Hons., 15; B.Arch. Ord., 6; B.Com. Ord., 7; 
D.Sc., i ; Ph.D. (Sci.), 10 ; M.Sc , 18 ; B.Sc. Hons , 42 ; B.Sc. Ord., 45 ; 
M D., 7 ; M.H., i ; Ch.M., i ; M.Ch.Orth., 4 ; M.B., Ch.B. Hons., 6 ; M.B., 
Ch.B. Ord., 32 ; B D.S. Hons , i ; B.D.S, Ord , 3 ; M.V Sc., 2 ; B.V.Sc., 2 ; 
LL.M., 3 ; LL.B. Hons., 10 ; LL.B. Ord., 5 J Ph.D. (Engin.), i ; M.Eng., 16 ; 
B.Eng. Hons., 21 ; B.Eng. Ord., n. Total, 399. 



UNIVERSITY OF LONDON 

Central offices South Kensington, S.W.? Telegraphic address University, 
Southkens, London. 

VISITOR H.M. THE KING IN COUNCIL. 

CHANCELLOR The Rt. Hon. the EARL OF ATHLONE, K.G., G.C.B., 
G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., D.S.O. 

VICE-CHANCELLOR Prof L. N. G. FILON, C.B.E., T.D., B.A. Camb., 
M.A., D.Sc., F.R S. 

DEPUTY VICE-CHANCELLOR W. R. HALLIDAY, M.A., B.Litt. Ox., LL D. 

Glas. 

CHAIRMAN OF CONVOCATION S. L. LONEY, M.A. 
CHAIRMAN OF THE COURT The Rt. Hon. LORD MACMILLAN, M.A., 

LL.D. Edin. 

PRINCIPAL EDWIN DELLER, LL.D., O Leg. d'H. 
CLERK OF THE COURT H. CLAUGHTON, C.B.E., B.A. 
SECRETARY TO THE SENATE MAURICE WEBB, C.I.E., M.A. Ox. 
ACADEMIC REGISTRAR S. J. WORSLEY, D.S.O, M.C., B A. 
EXTERNAL REGISTRAR G. F. GOODCHILD, M.A., B.Sc. 
UNIVERSITY EXTENSION REGISTRAR JOHN LEA, M.A. 

SECRETARY OF THE MATRICULATION AND SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS 
COUNCIL S. H. SHURROCK, M A. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF EXAMINATIONS R. B. P. WALLACE, B.A., 

LL.B. Camb. 

GOLDSMITHS' LIBRARIAN R. A. RYE. 
DEANS OF FACULTIES. See under " General Information " Faculties. 

REPRESENTATIVE IN PARLIAMENT Sir ERNEST G. G. GRAHAM-LITTLE, 
B A., M.D., F.R C.P. 

The several Incorporated Institutions, Departments, and Schools of 
the University, together -with other Institutions having Recognized 
Teachers, are referred to on pp. 117-189 below. 

University teaching is organized under 3 categories : (i) con- 
ducted by the Univ. itself ; (2) conducted by the several " Schools 
of the Univ." ; (3) conducted at the other Institutions at which there 
are " Recognized Teachers of the Univ." For explanation of these 
terms, see below. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

[NOTE. The University authorities desire that it should be clearly under- 
stood that they can accept no responsibility for any information concerning 

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examns. or procedure except such as is contained m their own official Regns 
These can always be obtained on application fit the Univ offices ] 

The Univ. was constituted by Royal Charter in 1836 as a body empowered 
to grant degrees to students of approved institutions after examination, and, 
until 1900, its work was confined to the examination of students The system 
whereby entrance to its examns. was restricted to students of certain affiliated 
Colleges was abolished, except for examns. in Medicine, in 1858. In 1878 
its degrees were thrown open to women, London being the first of the Univs 
of Great Britain to adopt this policy. 

In 1900 the Univ. was reconstituted so as to strengthen the ties between 
it and the institutions engaged in Higher Education within a radius of 30 
miles. The Senate was empowered to admit as Schools of the University institu- 
tions situated within the administrative county of London and not earned on 
for the private gain or profit of the owners which provide education of Univ. 
standard, and required to obtain reports at prescribed intervals on the 
efficiency of such schools. A special form of recognition could be given to an 
institution within the same area founded for research or the cultivation of 
any special branch of science or learning, and the Lister Institute of Preventive 
Medicine, the Maudsley Hospital, the Bethlem Royal Hospital, the School 
of Pharmacy, and the School of Oriental Studies have been admitted in this 
category. 

The Senate has the power also to recognize as Teachers of the Univ. 
any members of the teaching staff of public educational institutions, 
whether Schools of the Umv. or not. Matriculated students of Schools 
of the Umv or studying under such Recognized Teachers are eligible under 
certain conditions for registration as Internal Students^ and are allowed, 
after pursuing Approved Courses of Study, to enter for the " Internal " 
examns. of the Umv, External Students may pursue their studies where and 
how they please, and are admitted, without any conditions as to attendance 
at Approved Courses, to examns for degrees in all subjects except Medicine, 
Pharmacy, Mining, and Architecture. The examns. for Internal and External 
students are in some cases separate, in others identical. 

Further changes in the constitution of the Umv. have been made by the 
Statutes under the University of London Act of 1926. These Statutes came 
into force in March 1929. The most important change is the creation of a new 
body known as the Court, which is responsible for the finances of the Umv. 

The two original colleges of the Univ. have been incorporated in it, the 
University Coll. in 1905 and King's Coll. in 1908, the Senate taking over the 
responsibility for their administration. 

LIBRARIES. The hbraues belonging to the Umv. of London contain in the 
aggregate c. 625,000 vols. and pamphlets distributed in three chief centres, as 
follows : (i) The Univ. Library in the Central Building at S. Kensington (c, 
253,500 vols and pamphlets) which provides a free lending library for students 
and well-equipped research libraries for post-graduate students, incl. the Gold- 
smiths' Library of Econ. Literature, foremost, on the historical side, among the 
econ libraries of the country (c. 60,000 vols. and pamphlets). (2) Univ. Coll. t 
Gower Street (c. 300,000 vols. and pamphlets), incl. the General Library, a 
series of separate " seminar " libraries (known as the Arts Libraries), the 
Science Library, and the Med. Sciences Library. (3) Kings Coll., Strand 
(c. 75,ooo vols. and pamphlets), ind. a general library and several special 
collections. The libraries of the Institute of Historical Research, the Francis 
Galton Laboratory, and the Commerce Degree Bureau, and a small students' 
library at Goldsmiths' Coll., New Cross, are also the property of the Univ. 



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There are also important specialized and general libraries belonging to the 
Schools and instns. of the Univ , incl. those of the Med. Schools, the London 
School of Hygiene and Trop. Medicine, the Royal Coll. of Music, the School of 
Oriental Studies, and the London School of Economics. 

Full particulars of the above are included in R. A. Rye : Students' Guide to 
the Libraries of London (v. infra Publications). 

MUSEUMS. Among the many Museums which, in addition to those belong- 
ing to the Schools and Institns. of the Univ., are accessible to students in 
London are the British Museum (Antiq. and Nat. Hist.) ; Horniman (Anthrop. 
and Zool.) ; London ; Parkes (Sanitary Science) ; Practical Geol. ; Roy. 
Archit. Soc.'s ; Roy. Coll. of Surgeons' ; Science, S. Kensington (Mech., 
Nav., and Struct. Engin., Phys , Maths., Chem., Physiog., GeoL, and Biol.) ; 
Sir John Soane's (Art and Antiquarian) ; Victoria and Albert, S. Kensington 
(Archit. and Sculpture, etc.). 

LABORATORIES AND INSTITUTES. See pp. 133-138 below and under the 
several colleges. 

FACULTIES, i. Theology. 2. Arts. 3. Laws. 4. Music. 5. Medicine. 
6. Science. 7- Engineering. 8. Economics and Political Science. Deans : 
i. Rev. Canon Claude Jenkins (King's Coll.). 2* Prof. Reed (King's Coll.). 
3. Prof. H. A. Smith (Lond. Sch. of Econ.). 4. Dr. William Wallace (R Acad. 
of Music). 5. Dr. A M. H. Gray (Univ. Coll. Hosp ). 6. Prof. F. Horton (R. 
Holloway Coll.). 7. Prof. A. H. Jameson (King's Coll). 8. Prof. Eileen E. 
Le P. Power (Lond. Sch. of Econ.). 

Committees of the Senate. The more important are The Academic Council, 
the Council for External Students, the Collegiate Council, the University 
Extension and Tutorial Classes Council, the Matricn. and School Examinations 
Council, the Finance and General Purposes, Library, and Scholarships Com- 
mittees. There are 18 other Committees besides the 46 Boards of Studies. 

TERMS for Univ. and Inter-coUegiate courses, 1933-33: Oct. 6-Dec. 15, 
Jan. lo-March 21, April 25-June 27. 

DEGREES. B.D., D.D. ; B A., M.A , D.Lit. ; LL.B., LL.M., LL.D. ; 
B.Mus., D.Mus. ; M.B., B.S., M.D., M.S. ; B.D.S. ; B.Pharm. ; B.Sc., M.Sc., 
D.Sc.; B.Com., M.Com. ; Ph.D. (in Faculties of Theol., Arts, Music, Medicine 
(non-clinical subjects), Science, Engin., and Econ.). 

The B.Sc. and D.Sc. are granted in the Faculties of Science (including 
Pure Sc., Agric., Hortic., Vet. Sc., and, for External students, Estate Manage- 
ment, and, for Internal students, Household and Social Science B.Sc. only), 
Engineering, and Economics ; the M.Sc. ha Science (including Agric., Hortic., 
Vet. Sc., and, for Internal students, Household and Social Science, and, for 
External students, Estate Management), Engineering and Economics. 

ADMISSION. See Appendix XXII. 

EXTERNAL students preparing for the Bachelorship undergo Intermediate 
and Final examns. at intervals prescribed in the Regns., and approximating 
(except in Med., Dental Surgery, and Vet. Sc.) to 3 yrs. in all. All External 
Students (except, for the present, those overseas) are required to register for 
each examn., and all must previously have matriculated. Copies of all Regns. 
may be obtained gratis and post free from the External Registrar. 

EXTERNAL EXAMINATIONS IN THE OVERSEAS DOMINIONS. Certain of the 
examns. of the Univ. for External students are held not only in London and at 
Provincial centres within Great Britain, but also in certain of the overseas 
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Theol. are held for civilians; but other examns. may be held for military 
personnel. The Matricn. examn and the examns. in Theol., in Arts, in Laws, 
and in Economics have been held at no overseas centres. The Univ. Examns. 
in Science have also been held under special arrangements at 12 overseas 
centres, including Ceylon, the Government of which colony now awards annually 
scholarships of a total value of over 4000 per annum upon the results of the 
Univ. Final examns. in Arts and in Science. 

An INTERNAL student before being allowed to enter as such for any examn. 
must, unless specially exempted, have attended Instruction courses in all the 
subjects thereof. For a first degree in any Faculty he must have completed 
an Approved Course of Study extending over at least 3 yrs. which must, 
ordinarily, have been continuously pursued, but not necessarily all at one 
institution. A minimum number of hours of attendance is as a rule prescribed 
for each course, and a reduction is allowed in the case of an evening student 
who is certified by an employer to be engaged in his service for not less than 
25 hours a week. The Interm. course generally extends over i yr. As a 
general rule, Hons. may be taken at the Final examns. A course of study 
extending over not more than i yr. taken in another Univ. approved for the 
purpose subsequently to a student's passing the Intenn. may be accepted 
subject to regns. in lieu of a course taken in this Univ. 

Any person who has passed the Interm. examn. as an External student 
may be allowed to take the Final examn. for the first degree after having 
attended for 2 yrs. as an Internal student an approved course of study for it, 
but the degree is not conferred till after a further yr.'s course of approved study. 

ARTS. In the Interm. examn. 2 langs. must be taken, including either 
Lathi with Rom. Hist., or Greek with Greek Hist. Natives of Asia or Africa 
may apply for permission to substitute for Latin or Greek Classical Arabic, 
Classical Persian, Sanskrit, Pali, Classical Hebrew, or Classical Chinese. For 
B.A. (General) Degree 3 subjects, including a language other than the candi- 
date's own language, must be taken. The Honours subjects for the Final 
examn. are Archseol., Chinese, Classics, Hebrew and Aramaic (including Syriac), 
Hist., Geog., Maths., Philos., Psych., Engl., French, Gcr., Ital., Portuguese, 
Span., Slavonic Studies, Indo-Aryan, Arabic, Persian, Japanese, also Celtic for 
External students, and, for Internal students, Greek, Latin, Dutch, Scand. 
Langs., Anthropol., Sociology. 

The B.A. course in Archit. extends over 5 yrs., but graduates of approved 
Univs. may be exempted from such part of the earlier yrs.' courses of study 
and examns. as the Senate may determine. 

The M.A. is conferred in Archaeol., Class., Hist., Hist, of Art, Maths., 
Mediaeval and Mod. Langs., Oriental Langs., Philos., Educn., Geog., and, , 
for Internal students only, in Comp. Philol., Psychol., Slavonic Studies, and 
Sociology. Internal students are required (except in Maths.) to submit a 
thesis. In some cases candidates must have taken Hons. at the B.A. examn. 
External students may take the M.A. examn. 2 yrs. after graduation in Arts. 
Candidates may only take i branch or section at a time. In most there is a 
viva-voce examn. 

The D.Lit. is open to M.A/s and Ph.D.'s only and is conferred for original 
work. 

Diplomas. Teacher's, x yr. course for graduates and others similarly 
qualified (also for External students) ; Fine Art (3 yrs.) ; Dramatic Art 
(2 yrs.) ; Slavonic studies (2 yrs.) ; Hist. (4 yrs. part-time or x yr. full-time) ; 
Hist, of Art (4 yrs. part-time or 2 yrs. more intensive) ; Public Health (Aca- 
demic and External) ; Journalism (2 yrs.) ; Literature (4 yrs. part-time or i yr. 



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full-time) ; the Literary, Historical, and Comparative Study of the Bible 
(4 yrs. part-time); Town Planning and Civic Archit. or Civic Engin. (2 
evenings a week for 2 terms or i day a week for 3 terms) ; Academic Dip. 
in Geog. (120 hours) ; External Dip. in Geog. ; Sociol., etc. (v. infra, Econ.) ; 
Librarianship (z yrs. for day students, 3-5 yrs. for evening students) ; Aca- 
demic Dips, in Compar. Philol., Military Studies, Psychol., Anthropol., and 
Archaeol. (2 yrs.) ; Hist, of Art (i yn). 

SCIENCE. For the Interm. examn. Pure or Applied Maths, or Physics 
must be taken with 3 other subjects. For Final (General) examn. any 3 of 
the following may be selected : Pure Maths., App. Maths., Astron., Physics, 
Chem., Geol., Bot., Zool., Physiol., Psych., Anthrop,, Milit. Studies, Geog., 
Human Anat. and Morph., and Logic and Method (Ext. students), Statistics 
(Int. students). For B.Sc. (Special) examn. a student selects i principal and 
(except in case of Human Anat. and Morphol. or Maths.) i subsidiary subject. 
Honours may be awarded at both B.Sc. (General) and B.Sc. (Special) examn. 
For the M.Sc. for Internal students a thesis is required except in Maths. 

For the Degree in Agric. the Interm. examn. includes Chem., Bot., 
Zool., and Physics ; the Final Agric., Bio-Chem., Agric. Bot., and Agric. 
Engin. In Horticulture the subjects for the Interm. are Chem., Bot., Zool., 
Physics, Geol., and Surveying; for the Final, Practice of Hortic., Book- 
keeping, Principles of Hortic., and Entom. For the Degree in Vet. Sc. there 
are 4 examns. to be taken in their proper order : Prelim. (Inorganic Chem. 
and Physics), Interm. Pt. I. (Organic Chem., General BioL, and Vet. Anat.), 
Pt. II. (Vet. Physiol.), and Final (Vet. Pathol. and Vet. Hyg.). There is no 
Doctorate in Agric. or in Vet. Sc., Bachelors of Science (Agric. or Vet. Sc.) 
being held to be eligible for the ordinary D.Sc. For the Degree in Household 
and Social Science there are 3 examns. : ist Interm. (Phys., Inorg. Chem., 
Biol., and Social and Econ. Hist.) ; 2nd (Chem. Org. and Phys., Gen. and 
Econ. Biol., Principles of Econ.) ; and Final (App. Chem., PhysioL and 
Bio-Chem., Hygiene and BacterioL, and Household Work). For the Degree 
in Estate Management there are 2 examns., Interm. and Final. Interm. : 
Pt. I. Surveying, Econ., and Agric. or Town Planning ; Pt. II. Accounting 
and Land Law ; (Pts. I. and II. may be taken separately). Final : Pt. I. 
Land and Buildings Valuation, Taxation and Tithe, Land Law ; Pt. II. 
Building Constm., and either A (Agric., Forestry, Agric. Law) or B (Town 
Planning, Urban Pub. Sanitation, Munic. and Local Govt. Law). Pts. I. and 
II. may be taken separately. 

Diplomas. Academic Dip. in Bacteriology (i yx.) ; Academic Dip. in 
Biology (i yr.). 

THEOLOGY. The Interm. course is in Bibl. Langs., Class. Langs., Ancient 
Hist., and Psych, and Ethics ; the Final in Old Test., New Test., Bibl. and Hist 
Theol., Church Hist., Philos. Introdn. to TheoL, and a selected subject. The 
Honours examn. is distinct from the Pass, and may be taken i yr. after gradua- 
tion in Div. ; the subjects are Hebrew and Aramaic, including Syriac, Greek 
N.T. and Apocrypha, Church Hist., Bibl. and Hist. Theol., Study of ReHgion. 
Candidates for the D.D. degree must have taken Honours in Theol. in this 
Univ. 

Diplomas. Academic and External Diplomas in Theol. and Diploma in 
Theol. (Univ. Extension and Tutorial Classes Council). 

LAW. The subjects of the Interm. course are Rom. Law, Engl. Const. 
Law and its Hist., Engl. Legal System, and Crim. Law and Crim. Procedure, or 
Indian Penal Code and Crim. Procedure. For LL.B. candidates must offer 
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limited groups. Candidates for the LL.M. are examined in three selected 
subjects. Candidates for the LL.D. must hold the LL.M. 

MEDICINE. The course extends normally over 5^ yrs. In the first yr. 
courses in Inorg. Chem , Phys., and Genl. Biol. in preparation for the ist 
examn. for Med. degrees are taken. The 2nd and srd yrs. are devoted to 
Org. Chem. (the only subject at Pt. I. of the snd examn.), Hum. Anat. and 
Embryol., Physiol., Pharmacol. Pt. II. of the 2nd examn. is normally taken 
1 8 mos. after passing the ist. The Final course for the M.B., B.S. degrees 
falls into 2 groups as follows : Group I. Med., Path., For. Med. and Hyg. ; 
Group II. Surg., and Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Examn. in the groups may 
be taken separately or together, but degrees are not conferred until candidates 
have passed hi both groups. 

Institutions outside the U.K. and Irish Free State, certificates from which 
for the complete course of Med. educn , including Clin. Med. and Surg. pre- 
paratory to the M.B., B.S. degrees for External students, are accepted by the 
Univ. of London : Umvs. of Dalhousie, McGill, Adel. (with Infirmary), Melb. 
(with Melb. and Alfred Hospls ), Syd. (with Infirmary and Pnnce Alfred Hospl.), 
N.Z. (with Dunedin Hospl.) ; following Indian Med. Colleges Grant (Bombay), 
Bengal (Calcutta), Lahore, Madras ; Med. Coll., Colombo ; Univ. of Malta ; 
Sch. of Med., Cairo. 

The M.D. may be taken in any of the following : Med , Path., Psych. Med., 
Midw. and Dis. of Women, State Med., Trop. Med. 

The M.S. may be taken in Surg., Dent. Surg., Ophth , or Laryn., Ot., and 
Rhin 

For the M.D. or M.S. a thesis or published work may be submitted. 

The course for the B.D.S. extends normally over 5 yrs. there are 4 examns. 
The subjects of the Final examn. are Med., Surg., Pharm. and Mat. Med., 
Pathol. and Bacteriol., Oper. D.S. and Orthodontics. 

B.Pharm. The Interm. subjects are Bot., Chem., Physics, and Zool. ; 
Final subjects are Bot., Chem., Pharmacognosy, and Pharmacy. 

Diplomas. Clinical Pathology ; Psychological Medicine ; Nursing ; Public 
Health. 

Music. The subjects for the Interm. examn. are Harmony and Counter- 
point, Form and Analysis, and Hist, of Mus. For the B.Mus. examn. : 
Harmony and Compn., Counterpoint, Fugue and Canon, Hist, of Music, 
Musical Analysis, Musical Exercise. Candidates for the B.Mus. must submit 
a musical exercise. For thp D.Mus. there is a written examn. and a musical 
exercise. 

ENGINEERING. Interm. examn. subjects : Pure Maths, and Applied 
Maths., Heat, Elec. and Magn., Engm. Drawing, and either Sound and 
Optics or Chem. or Geol. In the Final examn. in Engin. not less than 5 
subjects are taken, a wide choice being allowed ; in M^nmg 6, of which Mining 
Geol. and Mineral., Mining, Mine Surveying, Mineral Dressing, and Assaying 
are compulsory ; in Metall. 6, of which Metall., Metall. Analysis, Metallo- 
graphy and Pyrometry, Electro-Metall., and Fuel and Refractory Materials, 
are compulsory. For an Honours degree in Engin., Mining, or Metall. at 
least i extra subject must be taken at the Final examn. and a higher standard 
reached in all the subjects taken. 

ECONOMICS. The Interm. examn. for B.Sc. (Econ.) is in 2 parts, which may 

be taken together or on different occasions. Pt. I. Elements of Econ., Geog., 

Maths, or Logic or French or German. Pt. II. English Econ. Hist., British 

Constitution. For the Final Econ., two alternative subjects, and a selected 



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subject. Passages are set from French, German, and Italian works for transla- 
tion and comment. 

For the B.Com. the Interm. examn. is in 2 parts, which may be taken 
together or on different occasions. Pt. I. Elements of Econ., Geog., an 
approved Modern Lang. Pt. II. English Econ. Hist., Accountmg, or a sub- 
sidiary Approved Mod. Foreign Lang. The B.Com examn is in 2 parts : I. 
the Present Organization of Industry, Banking, Trade, and Transport ; Econ. 
Development of the Empire ; Elements of Comml. Law ; Statistical Method ; 
a selected subject ; II. A selected group of subjects. 

Diplomas. Academic Dip. in Public Administration (2 yrs.), also for 
External Students ; Academic Dip. in Sociology and Social Administration 
(2 yrs.' course, at least 150 hours hi each) ; Dip. in Economics and Social Sc. 
(4 yrs.' part-time or shorter full-time course). 

MILITARY EDUCATION. See Appendix I. Military Studies is one of the 
optional subjects for the Interm. and Final B.A. and B.Sc. (General) examns. 
An Academic Dip. in Military Studies is awarded. The Officers' Training 
Corps Contingent supplied 4200 officers for the war, of whom 650 are known 
to Have fallen. 

POST-GRADUATE STUDY AND RESEARCH. In most of the Colleges and 
Schools of the Univ. special arrangements are made for Research students, 
and the facilities offered are not restricted to Internal graduates of the Univ. 
External graduates and graduates of, and persons who have passed the degree 
examns. of, other approved Univs. are allowed, under certain conditions, to 
enter as Internal students for the degree of Bachelor or of Ph.D. in the several 
Faculties (but not in Medicine and Surgery), and for the degree of M.A., LL.M., 
or M.Sc. Application for registration may be submitted with evidence of 
graduation, etc., through the authorities of the College, School, or Institution at 
which the applicant proposes to study, and supported by their certificate of his 
fitness to undertake a course of study or research with a view to the proposed 
degree, and that they are willing to supervise his work. An Overseas student 
may himself submit an application on the prescribed form, and the Univ. 
will, if so requested, advise as to the selection of the College, School, or In- 
stitution at which, and Teacher under whom, he should study. Application 
for such advice should be addressed to the Academic Registrar. Overseas 
students should apply for registration before coming to London, and their 
applications should reach the Univ. by May i, or, if from Australia or New 
Zealand, March i, to enable them, should their applications be successful, to 
enter upon their course of study in Oct., *>. at the beignning of the session. 
Students whose applications are approved are required to pursue a course 
extending over at least 2 yrs. (v. infra Publications). 

An Internal student who is a candidate for the Ph.D. degree must have 
graduated in the Univ. in the faculty of Theology, Arts, Music, Medicine, 
Science, Engineering, or Economics, or have been registered as a candidate for 
the degree after passing approved examns. for a degree in another Univ. An 
Internal student is further required to pursue a course of study of not less than 
two years' full-time, or four years* ^art-time, training in research and research 
methods. Any graduate of the Univ. may become a candidate for the Ph.D. 
degree in his first degree Faculty as an External student on receiving the 
approval of the Council for External students. 

FEES, Matricn. 2j gs. ; Examn. and Graduation 12 gs. (Med., 29 gs.) 
for first Degree. Other Degree fees, 10 to 20 gs. Tuition, see the sections 
relating to the several colleges. 

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Senate in aid of advanced work or research. These include one of 50 p.a. 
for i or 2 yrs., open to students of Univ. Coll. in Maths.; one of 100 in Archaeo- 
logy ; one of 50 in Physiology ; 100 and 140 in Arts ; 100 in Econ. ; 
200 for the man or woman who, being resident in London and a graduate of 
the Univ., has done most in the preceding 5 yrs. to advance Medical Art or 
Science ; 200 for a graduate of a British Univ. for the promotion of post- 
graduate research ; 2 Univ. Travelling Scholarships of 275 each, open to 
Internal and External graduates in all faculties, and 7 Univ. Studentships of 
150 each, open to Int. and Ext. graduates in TheoL, Arts, Laws, Music, and 
Engineering ; Duveen Travelling Studentship of 450 for research in Oto-Rhino- 
Laryngology. The Gilchrist Trustees provide funds for two Studentships, viz. 
one of 100 for a woman graduate preparing for a profession ; and one in Mod. 
Langs., 80, open to a B.A. who took Honours m French or German, for a 
course of study abroad with a view to the profession of teaching. Three 
Scholarships of 50 each for i yr. are awarded annually for proficiency in 
Oriental Langs. The Scholarships Pamphlet, obtainable post free on applica- 
tion to the Univ., gives details of many others. 

The Sir Ernest Cassel Travelling Scholarships (4) of 200 to 300 each, open 
to British students who pass Part I. of Final Examn. in Commerce, and 
propose to pursue study of Commerce abroad. 

For Research grants, etc., open to grads. of other Univs., see App. XXIII. 

ADVISORY SERVICE FOR EXTERNAL STUDENTS. Any External Student 
who is duly registered for an external examn. and experiences any difficulty 
in connexion with the appropriate studies may apply to the External Registrar 
for guidance. Such guidance may take the form of detailed schemes of study 
or personal discussion with an Advisor. For preliminary consideration there 
is no fee, but for detailed study scheme a fee of 1-4 guineas is charged. 

THE COMMERCE DEGREE BUREAU exists to help in then- studies External 
(especially extra-London) students proposing to take the Commerce Degree 
examns., to assist in the employment of Commerce Degree students and 
graduates at home and abroad, to provide a reference and lending library for 
students, and generally to promote the value and usefulness of the Commerce 
degree. Offices were opened in 1922 under a Board of Governors at 46 Russell 
Square, W.C.I, where the work of the Bureau is associated with the general 
UNIVERSITY APPOINTMENTS BOARD work. There is a Bureau Educational 
Advisory Staff (Chief Advisor : Prof. A. J. Sargent, M.A.). Prospectus and 
enquiry forms obtainable on application to the Secretary, H. J. Crawford, B.A. 

RESIDENCE. Hostels recognized by the Senate : Connaught Hall of Resi- 
dence, 16-20 Torrington Square, W.C.i ; Univ. Coll. Hall, Baling, for 52 men 
students (fees for residence, 303. to 3 a week) ; College Hall, Malet Street, 
W.C. i, for women students ; King's Coll. Theological Hostel, Vincent Square, 
S.W.I ; The Platanes, Denmark Hill, S.E.5, for King's Coll. and its Med. School. 
Residence is also provided at or in connexion with the S.E. Agnc. Coll., Wye, 
Bart.'s, Guy's and Middlesex Hospl. Med. Schools, the TheoL Colls, at Hamp- 
stead and Highbury, and the Women's Colleges. LODGINGS INFORMATION 
BUREAU, 68 Tomnglon Square, W.C.i. 

A UNION SOCIETY on the lines of those of Oxford and Cambridge was 
founded in March 1921. Address University Union, 68 Torrington Square, 
W.C.I. There is also an ASSOCN. OF LONDON GRADUATES. A UNIVERSITY 
COUNTRY CLUB at Chequers was formed (by a private company) in 1924. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION. The work of the University Extension and 
Tutorial Classes Council may be considered to fall under the following heads : 
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Foreigners ; (c) Examn. for the Certif . in Religious Knowledge ; (d] Examns. 
for Certificate of Proficiency in English, and for Certifs. in Danish, French, 
German, Italian, Norwegian, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish ; (e) Examn. for 
Certif. in Diction and Drama ; (/) Exatrms. for Diplomas in History, Literature, 
Economics and Social Science, History of Art, the Literary, Historical and 
Comparative Study of the Bible ; (g) Examn. for Diploma in Psychological 
Medicine ; (h) Examn. for Diploma in Dramatic Art ; (i) Examn. for Diploma 
in Nursing; (j) Examn. for Diploma in Theory and Practice of Physical 
Education ; (fc) Examn. for Diploma in Theology. 

(a) Univ. Extension Lectures have been carried on by the Univ. since 1902 
(prior to that, since 1876, by the London Society for the Extension of Univ. 
Teaching). Courses are held, at about 50 centres, on Hist , Lit., Econ. and 
Social Sc , Study of the Bible, Philos , Psychol., Geography, Painting, Architec- 
ture, and Nat. Sc. A class is held in connexion with each lecture, and students 
are encouraged to do regular written work for the lectr. An examn. for certif s. 
may be held at the end of each Sessional (24 or 25 lectures) or Terminal (10 or 12 
lectures) course. A few short courses (5 or 6 lectures) of a pioneer or illus- 
trative kind are arranged ; hi connexion with these there is no examn. Con- 
tinuous study over several years is encouraged by the Vice-Chancellor's Certif. 
of Continuous Study (awarded to students who obtain 4 Sessional Certifs. in 
the same general subject or cognate subjects) and by the Diplomas in the 
Humanities (Hist., Lit., Econ. and Social Science, Hist, of Art, the Literary, 
Historical and Comparative Study of the Bible), awarded, under the Seal of 
the Univ., to students who carry on an approved co-ordinated course of study 
usually covering 4 yrs , and pass the required examns. (Diplomas in Hist., 
Lit., and Econ. and Soc. Sci. are also awarded on the result of One Year Full- 
time study ; Diplomas in Econ. and Soc. Sci., and Hist, of Art on the result of 
2 yrs.* part-time study). 

The. Tutorial Classes for Working-people extend over 3 consecutive years, 
and membership is usually limited to about 24 students, who undertake to 
attend regularly and to do regular written work for the tutor. Certifs. are 
not awarded. 

(b) A Holiday Course for Foreigners is held annually in London during four 
weeks from the middle of July. Special stress is laid upon Phonetic teaching. 
The course is designed to widen the students' knowledge not only of the 
Engl. Lang., but of English customs, mstitns., and art, by means of lectures, 
classes, excursions, etc. The total number of students admitted to the 
course is limited to about 300, and the number in each class to 8. During 
the 25 years 1904-1914 and 1919-1932 the course was attended by 6225 
students from 51 countries. 

(c) The Examination for the Certificate in Religious Knowledge is held once a 
year in June. It may be held at certain of the Provincial centres at which 
the June Matricn. examn. is appointed to be held, as well as in London. 

(d) Examinations for Certificate of Proficiency in English ((i) for foreigners, 
(ii) for English-born) in Aug. and Dec. or as may be arranged. They are 
intended to provide evidence, which may not be guaranteed by a teacher's 
other certificates, of such a practical working knowledge of the English 
language, written and spoken, and of such acquaintance with Phonetics, as 
may be of special value for teaching English in foreign countries (Scheme A), 
or to foreign students (Scheme B). 

(e) Examinations for the Certificates in French, German, Italian, Russian, 
Spanish, Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish are held in July or as may be 
arranged. They are intended primarily for teachers who are not specialists in, 

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but who require a Certif . testifying to their practical working knowledge of, the 
language, both spoken and written. 

(/) The Examination for tine Certificate in Diction and Drama is held once a 
year, in July, and is open to Registered Teachers, to Teachers on the Provisional 
and Associate Registers, and to others specially approved, who have taken a 
one-yr. course at Training Schools or Institutions approved for the third-yr. 
course for the Diploma in Dramatic Art. 

(g) The Examinations for the Diplomas in History; Literature English 
Lang, and Lit. or General Lit. ; Economics and Social Science ; History of Art; 
and the Literary, Historical and Comparative Study oj the Bible are held once 
a year for students who have followed a recognized course of study for 4 yrs. 
as part-time students, or in some cases for a shorter period. 

(h) The Examn. for the Diploma in Psychological Medicine is held twice a 
year, in March and Apr. and in Oct. and Nov., and is open to candidates whose 
names are in the Medical Register. There are two varieties of this Dip., for 
those desiring to specialize in Mental Diseases and in Mental Deficiency 
respectively. 

(*) The Examn. for the Diploma in Dramatic Art is held once a year, in July, 
and is open to students whose general education satisfies the Council and who 
have studied at least 2 yrs., after attaining the age of 17 yrs., at Training 
Schools or Institutions where courses have been approved. 

(^) The Examn. for the Diploma in Nursing is held once a year in October 
and November, and is open to Registered Nurses (or Nurses eligible to sit for 
the prescribed examn. for registration) whose general education satisfies the 
Council, subject to certain specified conditions with regard to Part B of the 
Examn. 

(k) Examns. for the Diploma in the Theory and Practice of Physical Education 
will be held Part I. twice a yr., in June and Dec., Part II. once a yr., in May, 
open to students who, after completing their i8th yr., have studied at least 
2 yrs. before Part I. and 3 yrs. before Part II. at Physical Training Colleges 
whose courses have been approved. 

(I) Examn. for the Diploma in Theology, held once a year, in July, open to 
students not less than 19 yrs of age who have taken 2 sessions of full-time study 
or 3 sessions of part-time study at a Theological College recognized for the 
Diploma. 

[Further information and copies of the Regns. may be obtained from the 
University Extension Registrar, University of London, South Kensington, S.W. 7.] 

INSPECTION AND EXAMINATION OF SCHOOLS. A close relationship between 
examination and inspection has been carefully and continuously developed 
by the Univ. The County Councils of Middlesex and Surrey have placed their 
Secondary Schools to the number of 75 under the Univ. for regular inspection 
and for the holding of the School examns., the local authority in each case 
making a special financial arrangement with the Univ. 

Inspection may include either a general inspection of the whole school or 
a special inspection of certain subjects or groups of subjects. It may be so 
combined with the Certificate examns. that these form an integral part of it. 
It may also include an examn. earned on by the Inspectors and the Staff of the 
school in co-operation. This system of combined inspection and examn. is 
known as Examinational Inspection, and is capable of considerable variation 
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The Examinations for School Certificates are held only in Schools inspected 
by the Univ. or under other approved inspection. See App. XXII. 

The Higher and General School Examinations are recognized by the Board 
of Education as " Second " and " First " examns. (v. App. XXII.) respectively, 
and the Certifs. I. and II. awarded to candidates attending schools recog- 
nized by it as efficient Secondary Schools are attested by it. 

In the case of each of the School examns. an Inspector visits the school 
for the purpose of conducting an oral examn. in such Mod. Langs, as are taken. 
Practical examns. in Science are optional, except in the case of grade I., in 
which they form an essential part of the examn. 

PUBLICATIONS. The following are obtainable from the Univ. of Lond. 
Press, Ltd., 10-11 Warwick Lane, London, E.C.4 : 

The Calendar, pubd. in Sept., pnce 6s. net, postage gd. Regns and Courses 
for Internal Students (the " Red Book "), pubd. in Sept., 2s. 6d., postage gd. 
The Courses are pubd. separately for the several Faculties. The Regulations 
for External Students (the "Blue Book"), pubd. in Sept., is, 6d. net, 
postage 6d. ; London Univ. Gazette, pubd. at average intervals of 4 weeks ; 
the Examn. Lists are pubd. in Supplts. ; annual subs., including postage, 55. ; 
single no., 7d- Matriculation Pamphlet, issued after each Examn., containing 
the Regns. and Examn. Papers, is. 8d. post free. Examn, Papers, published as 
soon as possible after the several Examns. ; prices vary from lod. to 2s. nd. 
Libraries of London a Guide to Students, by R. A, Rye, Goldsmiths' Librarian, 
3rd edition, xos. Historical Record of the Univ., Second Issue, 1836-1926, 
contains (a) a Hist, of the Univ. ; (b) former Fellows ; (c) Donations and Trusts ; 
(d) Graduates ; (e) persons to whom prizes, etc., have been awarded ; 55. net., 
postage 6d. 

Regulations. The following may be obtained on application to the Univ. : 
Regns. for Matncn. ; Regns. for Int. and for Ext. Students (pubd. separately) 
for Degrees in Arts, Science, Agric., etc. ; for the various Diplomas and 
Certificates in special subjects ; for Ph.D. Degree ; Scholarships pamphlet. 
Applications for any of these should be addressed to the Principal. 

O.T.C. Handbook obtainable from the Secy., 46 Russell Sq , W.C.I. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS Mr. Samuel Courtauld has handed over his house at 20 
Portman Square, W.i, to the Univ. for the purposes of the Gourtauld Institute 
of Art. See also under Univ. and King's Colls. 

NEW POSTS, At Courtauld Institute of Art : Readership in History of Art. 
At Univ. Coll. : Readership in Modern French Hist. At King's Coll. Theol. 
Dept. : Chair of Pastoral and Liturgical Theol. At Imperial Coll. : Readership 
in Chemical Engineering. At London Sch. of Econ. : Stevenson Research 
Professorship ; Tooke Chair of Economic Sci. and Statistics. At Lister In- 
stitute : Readership in Experimental Pathol. At Cancer Hosp. : Readership 
in Pathological Chem. 

OTHER DEVELOPMENTS. The London Day Training College has been trans- 
ferred from the London County Council to the Univ. and is now known as the 
Institute of Education. The Courtauld Institute of Art opened at 20 Portman 
Square in Oct. 1932, pending the erection of the new building on the Blooms- 
bury site. The Royal Army Med. Coll. and the Naval Med. School of the 
Royal Naval Coll. are no longer Schools of the Univ. On the other hand, 3 
members of the stafE of the John Innes Horticultural Instn. have been " recog- 
nized " as teachers of the Univ. An M.Sc. Degree in Estate Management for 



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External Students has been instituted. An Academic Diploma in the Hist, of 
Art and a Diploma in Theol. (University Extension and Tutorial Classes Council) 
have been instituted. Honours may now be obtained at Commerce Degree 
Examns. Five additional Post-graduate Studentships are now being offered. 

HONORARY DEGREE. ,!,.>. The Rt. Hon. the Earl of Athlone, K.G., 
P.C., G.C.B. 

STUDENTS. Total admissions in the year 1931 were 12,224, of whom 3398 
were exempted from the ordinary matricn. examn. : 535 as graduates of other 
Umvs., 2597 as holders of approved certificates, and 266 after passing the 
Special Univ. Entrance examn. Of 4567 candidates for first degrees, 2613 
were internal and 1954 external. The total number of internal students on 
the rolls was 11,793, while about 13,000 were registered as external. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION. Number of Lecture Courses : Sessional (24 or 
25 Lectures), 44 ; Terminal (10 or 12 Lectures), 39 ; Short (4 or more Lectures), 
33. Terminal entries of Students for all Courses, 8991. Humanities Diploma 
Students, 515. Number of Univ. Tutorial Classes, 63 ; Students, 1305. 

The Holiday Course for Foreigners was again very successful, and there 
were 284 students, representing 27 nationalities. 

VISITORS who lectured in the Univ. : Prof. A. M. Tallgren of Helsingfors 
(Anthrop.) ; Prof. W. Weber of Halle (Archaeol.) ; Prof. G. Morgenstierne of 
Gothenburg (Comp. Philol.) ; Prof. Dr. W. Stammler of Greifswald (German) ; 
Prof. J. Bidez of Ghent (Hist ) ; Prof K. Burner of Vienna (Psychol.) ; Prof. E. 
Faral of Paris (Rom. Langs.) ; Prof. H. Kantorowicz of Kiel (Law) ; Dr. 
Pierre Lepaullc of Paris (Law) ; Prof. Dr O. Grosser of Prague (Human Anat.) ; 
Prof. Dr. F. Tobler of Dresden (Botany) ; Prof. M. Polanyi of Berlin (Chem ) ; 
Dr. Pierre Denis of Pans (Geog.) ; Prof. Dr. H. Cloos of Bonn (Geol.) ; Prof. 
W. R. Hess of Zurich (Physiol.) ; Dr. W. A. Shewhart of New York (Statist.) ; 
Dr. F. Silvestri of Portici (Zool.) ; Mr. E. C. Crittenden of Washington (Elect. 
Engin.) ; Prof. R. Jasinski of Lille (French) ; Prof. L. Cazamian of Paris 
(Engl.). 



INCORPORATED COLLEGES 

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, 
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 

Address Gower St , W.C i. Telegrams University College, London. 

CHAIRMAN OF THE COLLEGE COMMITTEE Prof. Sir JOHN ROSE BRAD- 
FORD, Bt., K.C.M.G., C.B., C.B.E., D.Sc., M D., F.R.C.P., F.R.S. 

VICE-CHAIRMAN The Rt. Hon. LORD MESTON, K C S.I., V.D., LLJD., 
Hon. M D. Zur. 

TREASURERS A. DIGBY BESANT, B.A., F.LA. ; The Rt. Hon. LORD 
LOCH, C.B., C.M G., D S.O., M V.O. 

PROVOST ALLEN MAWER, M.A , Litt D. Camb., F.B A. 

DEANS OF FACULTIES. See tinder " General Information " Faculties. 

SECRETARY C. O. G DOUIE. 

SENIOR TUTOR H. J. HARRIS, B A. 

TUTOR TO WOMEN STUDENTS EDITH GOODYEAR, B.Sc. 

LIBRARIAN J. A. WILKS, M.A. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

Anatomy Anthropology, Cultural [Reader. 

Smith,- G. Elliot, M.A. Camb., Perry, W. J , M.A. Camb.^ D Sc. 

Litt.D. Mane., M D , M.S. i Hon. Lectr. 

Syd, B.Sc. Belf, Ch.M., Archeology, v. also Egyptol. 

F.R.C.P., F.R.S Prof. Ashmole, Bernard, M.A., B.Litt. 

Hill, J. P., D.Sc. Edin , Sc.D. Dub., Ox . Y ates Prof 

F R.S Prof (Embryol.) . Gardner, E. A., Litt.D Camb. and 

Hams, H A., D.Sc, M.B., B.S., Dub> 

B.Sc. Wales. E mer. Prof> and Ya tes Lectr. 

Prof. (Clin. A.) and Wheeler, R. E. M., M. A., DXit. 

Curator of Museum. (Brit . Archaeol.) Lectr. 

Kirk, J., M.B., Ch.B. Edin., j Hon. Lectr. (Indian. Arch^ol.). 

Goldby^F^A, M.l" Ch^! ^MUcture v p. x 57 

Camb Sr. Demr. ** ( F e Arts ) 

Young, M., M.D. Glas. Lectr. Schwabe, R. Slade Prof. 

Fielding, Una, M.B., Ch.M Borenius, Tancred, D.Lit., Ph.D. 

Lectr. and Demr. Helsing. 

4 Hon. Lectrs (2 Radiol , i CytoL, Duromg-Lawrence Prof, 

i Ethnol) and 2 Hon. Re- w (History of Art), 

search Assts. Bayes, W., A.R.W.S. Lectr. 

2, Demrs., i Hon. Demr., and i 9 Assts. and i Demr. 

Senr. Asst., i Hon. Asst. Astronomy, v. Maths. 

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Bio-Chemistry, v. Physiol. 
Botany 
Hill, T. G., D.Sc , A.R.C.S. 

Prof (Plant Physiol ) and 

Dir. of Labs. 
Salisbury, E. J., D.Sc. 

Quam Prof. 
Haas, P., Ph.D. Freib., D.Sc. 

Reader (Plant Chem.). 
Cutting, E. M., M A. Camb. 

ST. Lectr. 
Russell-Wells, Barbara, Ph D. 

Lectr. 

Jane, F. W., B.Sc. Lectr. 

i Asst. Lectr., i Quain Studt. 

Celtic 

Flower, R. E , B.A. Ox., D.Litt. 
N.U.I. Hon. Lectr. 

Chemical Engineering 
Gibbs, W. E., D.Sc. Liv. 

Ramsay Prof. 

Mullen, J. P., M Eng. Liv. Lectr. 
Donald, M. B , M.Sc. Mass. Inst. 
Technol., A.R.C.S. Lectr. 
i Hon. Lectr. 

Chemistry 

Donnan, F. G., C.B.E., M.A. 
N.U.I., LL.D. Edm. and St. 
And., Ph.D. Leip., D.Sc. Liv. 
and Bell, F.I.C., F.R.S. 

Prof, and Dir. of Labs. 

tngold, C. K., D.Sc., F.R.S. Prof. 

Collie, J. Norman, Ph.D. Wto., 

LL.D. Glas., D.Sc. Liv. and 

Bell, F.R.S. 

Emer. Prof, and Hon. Lectr. 
Brady, O. L., B.A. Cape, D.Sc., 
F.I.C. Reader (Org. C.). 

Evans, H. J., B.Sc. 

Sr. Lectr. (Med. Students). 
Terrey, H., B.Sc. 

Sr. Lectr. (Inorganic Analyt.). 
Bailey, C. R., B A., M.Sc. 

Sr. Lectr. 
Lectrs. : 

Gilbert, L. F., B.Sc. 
Day, J. N. E., M.Sc., A.R.C.S. 
Topley, B., M.A. Ox. 



Le F&vre, R J , M.Sc , Ph.D. 

Walker, O. J., Ph D. Edin. 

Goodeve, C. F., M.Sc. Mamt. 

4 Hon Lectrs. 

2 Asst. Lectrs. 

4 Hon. Research Associates. 

Classics [Prof. (Greek). 

Smiley, M. T., M.A. Dub. 
Butler, H. E., M.A. Ox. 

Prof. (Latin). 

Solomon, L. f M.A. Ox. Sr. Lectr. 
Vaughan, Elinor J., M A. Lectr. 
Lockwood, J. F., M.A. (Gk.) Lectr. 
M'Lellan, R. D., B.A. (Lat.) Lectr. 

Danish, v. Scand. 

Dutch History 
Geyl, P., Lit.D. Leyd. Prof. 

Dutch Lang, and Lit, 
Weevers, Th., Litt.D. Gron. Lectr. 

Economics, v. Polit. Econ. 
Economic Geography, v. Geog. 

Egyptology and Coptic- 
Petne, Sir Flinders, D.C.L. Ox., 
LL.D. Aberd., F.B.A., F.R.S. 
Edwards Prof. 
Murray, Margaret A., D.Lit. 

Asst. Prof, 
i Hon. Asst. 

Embryology, v. Anatomy 

Engineering, Electrical 
Clinton, W. C., B Sc , M.Inst.E.E. 
Fender Prof. 
Barlow, H. E. M., B.Sc., Ph.D. 

Senr. Lectr. (Electro- 
Communications) . 
Bayhss, C. W., M.A. Camb. 

Lectr. (Electrical Ma- 
chinery), 
i Demr. 

Engineering, Civil and Mechani- 
cal, v. also next heading 
Coker, E. G., M.A. Camb., D.Sc. 
(Eng.) Edin., M.Inst.C.E., 
F.R.S. (Dean) 

Kennedy Prof, and Dir. 
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The Prof, of Munic. Eng, 

Reader (Surveying). 

Lloyd-Evans, B J., M Sc., 

M.I Mech E Asst. Prof. 

Collins, H. J., M.Sc. (Eng) Birm. 

Asst. Prof. (Civil and Munic.). 

Davidge, H. T., B Sc , M.Inst E E. 

Sr. Lectr. 

Webb, A. E., B.Sc. Sr. Lectr. 
Cookson, A. C., M.Inst.C.E. 

Lectr. (Railway E.). 
Cunningham, Brysson, D.Sc. Belf., 
B.E. N.U.I., M.Inst.C.E 

Lectr. (Waterways, Har- 
bours, and Docks). 
Capper, P. L., M.Sc. Lectr. 

2 Sr Assts. 

Eng^neering, Municipal 
Ormsby, M T. M., A.R.C.S. Dub , 
M.Inst.C.E.I. (Reader in Sur- 
veying also) Chadwick Prof. 
Delafield, M. E, M.B , B.Ch , 
D.P.H. Spl. Lectr. (Hygiene). 
Hart, C. A., B.Sc. Lectr. 

English 

Chambers, R. W, M.A., DXit , 

F.B A Quain Prof. 

Sisson, C. J., M.A. Edin., D. es L. 

Dijon Lord Northckffe Prof. 

Greg, W. W, LittD Camb , 

F.B. A. Hon. Lectr. (Bibliogr )i 

Blackman, Elsie, M.A. Sr. Lectr. 

Sutherland, J. R., M.A. Aberd., 

BXitt. Ox. Sr. Lectr. 

Batho, Edith C., M.A. Sr. Lectr. 

Baker, E. A., M.A., D.Lit. Lectr. 

Hitchcock, Elsie V., Ph.D., D.Lit. 

Lectr. 

Smith, A. H., Ph.D. Leeds Lectr. 
i Senr Asst., i Asst. Lectr., i 

Quain Studt. 
Eugenics and Applied Statistics, 

v. p. 136 

French, v. also Hist. 
Brandin, L. M., M.A., Ph.D. 
Greifs. Fielden Prof. 

Jeaffreson, J. W,, M.A. Sr. Lectr. 
Stephan, E. M. Sr. Lectr. 

Schlumberger, Beatrice J.,M.A. 



Starke, Dora, M.A. Lectr. 

Tancock, L. W., B.A., Ph.D. Lectr. 
i Asst 

Genetics 

Haldane, J. B. S, MA Camb, 
RR.S Prof 

Geography 

Fawcett, C. B., D.Sc., BXitt. Ox. 
Prof. (Econ. and Regl. G.). 
The Prof of Munic. Engin. 

Reader (Surveying). 

Buchanan, R. O., M.A. N.Z , B.Sc. 

(Econ.), Ph.D. Lectr. 

Dickinson, R E., M.A. Leeds Lectr. 

Hart, C. A , B Sc. 

Lectr. (Surveying), 
i Asst. Lectr. 

Geography j Physical, Geology and 

Mineralogy 

King, W. B. R., O.BE., MA. 
Camb. Yates-Goldsmid Prof. 
Chubb, L. J., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Goodyear, Edith, B.Sc. 

Hon. Lectr. 

1 Sr. Asst , i Demr. 

German 

Robertson, J. G., M.A., LittD. 

Dub , B.Sc. Glas., Ph D. Leip., 

F.B.A. Prof. 

Willoughby, L. A., M.A., D.Litt., 

Ph.D. Vienna Prof. 

Perrett, W., B.A., Ph.D. Jena 

Reader. 
Norman, F., M.A. Reader. 

2 Assts. 

Hebrew, v. also Semitic 

Goldsmid Prof. 

Loewe, H. M. J., M.A. Camb. 

Goldsmid Lectr. 
History, v. also Art and Medicine 
Neale, J. E., M.A. Liv. 

Astor Prof. (English H.). 
Davis, Eliza Jeffries, M.A., F.S.A. 
Reader (London H.). 
Williams, C. H., M.A. Camb. 

Reader (Constl. H.). 
Alexandre, A. 

Prof. (Mod. French H.). 



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Bellot, H. Hale, M.A. Ox. 

Commonwealth Fund 

Prof. (Amer. H.). 
Baynes, Norman H., M.A. Ox, 
F.B.A. 

Prof (Byzantine H.) and 
Director of Evening 
School of H. 
Gary, M., M.A., D.Litt. Ox. 

Reader (Ancient H.). 
Adams, W., B A. Lectr. 

3 Asst. Lectrs., i Asst. 

History and Method of Science 
Wolf, A., M.A. Camb., D.Lit. 

Prof. (Logic and Scientific 

Method). 

McKie, D., B.Sc., Ph.D. Lectr. 
2 Assts. 

Italian 

Gardner, E. G., M.A., Litt.D, 
Camb , F.B A. Prof 

PeUizzi, C , Dr Jur. Pisa, D.Lit, 

Reader and Barlow Lectr. 

Cippico, Senator A., Dr. Jur. Graz 

Hon. Lectr. (Modern I. Lit.). 

Bassani, A. M., Sc D. Lectr. 

Journalism [Tutor. 

Solomon, Lawrence, M.A. Ox. 

Law, v. p. 184 

Librarianship 

Baker, E. A., M.A., D.Lit. 

Director and Lectr. 

Wilks, J. A., M.A. Asst. Dir. 

Lectrs. : 

Esdaale, Amndell, M.A. (Biblio- 
graphy). 

Sayers, W. C. Berwick (Classifica- 
tion). 

Headicar, B. M. (Lib. Organiza- 
tion). 

Doubleday, W. E. (Lib. Routine). 

Acomb, H. W., M.A. Camb. 
(Cataloguing and Indexing). 

Galbraith, V. H., M.A. (Pateog. 
and Archives). 

Chambers, Prof. R. W. (Literary 
History). 



Mathematics (Applied) and 

Mechanics 

Filon,L.N. G..C.B E , B.A. Camb., 
M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S. 

Goldsmid Prof, and Dir. 

of Observatory. 
The Senior Lectr. (Davidge, H. T.) 

in Civil and Mech. Engin. 

Jessop, H. T., M.Sc. Sr. Lectr. 

Harris, H. J., B.A. Sr. Lectr. 

Gregory, C. C. L., M.A. Camb., 

F.R.A.S. 

Sen. Lectr. (Astronomy) 
and Wilson Observer. 
Stevenson, A. C., M.Sc. Lectr. 

1 Asst, i Research Asst., and i 

Hon. Asst. 

Mathematics (Pure) [Astor Prof. 
Jeffery, G. B., M.A , D.Sc , F.R.S. 
Wren, T. L., M.A. Camb. 

Reader (Geom ) 

Harris, H. J., B.A. Sr. Lectr. 

Bosanquet, L. S., M.A. Ox., 

D.Phil. Lectr. 

Estermann, T., D.Sc. Lectr. 

2 Asst. Lectrs., 3 Demrs. 

Medicine, History of 
Singer, C., M.D., D.Litt. Ox., 
F.R.C.P. Prof. 

3 Hon. Research Assts. 

Norwegian, v. Scand. 

Pharmacology 

Verney, E. B., M.A., M.B., B.Ch. 
Camb., F.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 

Prof. 

Ing, H. R., M.A., D.Phil. Lectr. 
i Asst., i Demr. 

Philology 

Thomas, F. W., C.I.E., M.A. 
Camb., Ph.D. Mun., F.B.A. 

Lectr. (Comparative P.), 
Philosophy 

Macmurray, J., M.A. Ox. and 
Glas. 

Grote Prof (Philos. of 

Mind and Logic). 
Keeling, S. V., M.A., B.A. Camb., 
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Phonetics 

Jones, Darnel, M.A. Camb. Prof. 
Perrett, W., B A., Ph.D. Jena 

Reader (German). 

Sr. Lectrs. : 

Armstrong, Lilias E., B.A. Leeds 
Firth, J. R , M.A. Leeds 
Jones, S., B.Sc. Wales 

Superint. of Lab. 
Lloyd- James, A., M.A. Camb. 

Hon. Lectr. 

Coustenoble, Helene Lectr. 

Quick, Edith E., B.A. Lectr. 

Davies, Hyacinth M. Sr. Asst. 
Lund, Sophie C. Sr. Asst. 

2 Assts. 

Physics 

Andrade, E. N da C., D.Sc., Ph.D. 
Heid. 

Quain Prof, and Dir. of 

Labs. 

Wood, D. Orson, M.Sc., A.R.C.S., 
F.Inst.P. 

Sr. Lectr. and Depy. Dir. 

of Labs. 

Bates, L. F., B.Sc. Bris., Ph.D. 
Camb., F.Inst.P. Reader. 
Eumorfopoulos, N., B.Sc. 

Hon. Research Asst. 
Gibbs, R. E., D.Sc. Lectr. 

ChaUdin, F. C, B.Sc., Ph.D. 

Lectr. 

Brown, G. B., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Brown, R. C., B.Sc. Lectr. 

2 Asst. Lectrs. 

Physiology 

Evans, C. A. Lovatt, D.Sc., 
F.R.C.P., F.R.S. 

Jodrell Prof, and Dir. of 

Labs. 
Drummond, J. C., D.Sc. 

Prof. (Bio-Chem.). 
Hill, A. V., O.B.E., M.A., Sc.D. 
Camb., LL.D. Edin., F.R.S, 
Foulerton Prof. (Roy. 

Soc.) and Univ. Prof. 
Gilding, H. P., M.A., B.M., B.Ch. 
Ox, (Expl. P.) Reader. 



Kerridge, Phyllis M. Tookey, 
M.Sc., Ph.D. Lectr. 

Newton, W. H., M.B., B Ch., M Sc. 
Mane. Lectr. 

Marrian, G. F., D.Sc. Lectr. 

SteUa, G., M.D. Lectr. 

Barcroft, H., BA., MR.C.S., 
L.RC.P. Lectr. 

Lythgoe, R. J., M.A., M.D. 

Hon. Lectr. 

1 Hon. Research Assoc. 

2 Assts., 2 Hon Research Assts., 

8 Hon. Assts. 

Political Economy 

Prof. 

Comrie, L. J., M.A., Ph.D Camb. 

Newmarch Lectr. 

Hall, N. F., B.A. Ox.. A.M. 

Princeton Senr. Lectr. 

GaitskeU, H. T. N., B.A. 

Lectr. and Tutor to 
Higher Civ. Service 
Students, 
i Asst. Lectr. 

Psychology 

Burt, C., M.A , D.Sc. Prof. 

Flugel, J. C., BA. Ox. f D.Sc. 

Asst. Prof. 

Philpott, S. J. F., D.Sc. Lectr. 
Hopkins, Pryns, Ph.D., M.A. 

Hon. Lectr. 

3 Research Assts., i Hon. Research 

Asst. 

Scandinavian Studies 
Robertson, Prof. J. G. Director. 
Helweg, J. H., cand. mag. Copen- 
hagen 

Queen Alexandra Lectr. 

(Danish). 
GrSndahl, L C., cand. mag. Oslo 

W. P. Ker Lectr. (Norwegian). 
Mesterton, E., fil. mag. Uppsala 
Crown Princess Louise 
Lectr. (Swedish). 

Semitic (North) Epigraphy 
Loewe, H. M. J., M.A. Camb. 
(Goldsmid Lectr. in Hebrew) 
Lectr. 



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Statistics, v. p. 136 Town Planning, v. p. 137 

Surveying, v. Engineering, Zoology & Comparative Anatomy 

Mtmic Watson, D. M. S., M.Sc. Mane., 

D.Sc., F.R S. Jodrell Prof. 

Tibetan Fraser, Elizabeth, D.Sc. Reader. 

Thomas, F. W., C.I.E., M.A. Wells, G. P., M A. Lectr. 

Camb., Ph D. Mun., F B.A. 3 Asst. Lectrs , i Res. Asst , i 

Reader. Aquarium Asst. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Founded in 1826 and opened Oct. i, 1828, under the name of " The Uni- 
versity of London," the College was incorporated as " University College, 
London," by Royal Charter in 1836. On Jan. i, 1907, it was incorporated in 
the University of London. 

LIBRARIES (containing over 318,500 bound vols. and pamphlets) : (i) 
General, including Barlow (Dante), Carnegie (American History and Institns ), 
Field (Fine Art), Moms, Ricardo (Poht. Econ.), Rotton, Strong (Oriental), and 
Whitley Stokes (Celtic) collections, and the Bentham MSS. ; (2) Science, in- 
cluding Ramsay (Chem.), Grant (Zool.), and Graves (Maths.), collections, the 
Library of the Geologists' Assn., the books deposited by the London Mathe- 
matical Soc. and the Malacologies! Soc., and an exceptionally complete collec- 
tion of scientific journals ; (3) Med. Sciences, including Sharpey (Anat. and 
Physiol.) collection ; (4) Special Arts Libraries for : Archit., Classical Archaeol. 
(Yates), Classics and Anc. Hist., Egyptol. (Edwards), English, French, German, 
Geog., Italian, Hist., Jewish Hist, and Antiq. (Mocatta), Librarianship, 
Hist, of London, Philos. and Psychol., Phonetics, and Scandinavian, incl. 
Viking Society Library ; (5) Law Library, including Blackburn and Quain 
collections. 

MUSEUMS. Anat., Archit., Bot., Egypt., Engin., Geol. and Mineral., 
Vulcanological (Johnston-Lavis Collection), Zool. Two Astron. OBSERVA- 
TORIES. 

FACULTIES. Arts, Laws, Science, Engineering, Medical Sciences. Deans : 
Prof. MacMurray, Prof. Sir Maurice Amos, Profs. T. G. Hill, Coker, Verney. 

COURSES. Arts, Laws, Science, Eng., Medical Prehm. and Intermediate. 
Open to students of both sexes. The Arts Faculty includes Slade School of 
Fine Art, School of Librarianship, School of Journalism, and Bartlett School 
of Archit. The Engineering Faculty includes Depts. of Civil and Mechanical 
(with sub-depts. of Graphics and Surveying), Elec. Eng. and Munic. Eng. and 
Hygiene. A Dipl. in Eng. is given after a 3 yrs.' course, and Certifs. in Eng. 
(2 yrs.) ; a Dipl. in Archit. (5 yrs.) and a Certif. in Archit. (3 yrs.) ; a Certif. in 
Decoration (3 yrs.) ; a Dipl. in Chem. Eng. (3 terms) ; a certif . in Town Plan- 
ning (3 terms) ; a certif. in Egyptology (2 yrs.). 

All departments of the College are available for POST-GRADUATE AND 
RESEARCH WORK, and the respective Profs, are always prepared to advise 
students wishing to undertake research. 

DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED STATISTICS. See Francis Galton Laboratory, 
p. 136 below. 

THE BARTLETT SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE was established by the combina- 
tion of the Archit. Schools of University and King's Colleges. See p. 137 below. 

FOREIGN STUDENTS are admitted to the College on the same terms as British. 



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They are expected to produce identification papers. In August a Vacation 
Course is held in Phonetics and Spoken Enghsh (Director : Prof. Daniel Jones). 
Men attending that Course can reside at University College Hall, Baling. 
Courses in Aspects of British Life and Civilization take place throughout the 
session. The Ramsay Memorial Fellowships in Chemical Science founded by 
certain Foreign Governments are tenable at Univ. Coll., London, among other 
places ; 7 Fellows from overseas are now working there. 

FEES. Composition for 3 sessions' course in Arts 98 to 105 gs. ; 5 sessions* 
course in Archit. 228 gs. ; 3 sessions' course in Science 135 to 140 gs. ; 
Engin. 168 gs. ; Econ. 26 gs. per session ; Med. for ist examn. 35, 2nd 
80 gs. ; Laws Day 26 gs., Evening 20 gs. per session ; Fine Art 28 gs. per 
session ; for Higher Civil Service 50 gs. (35 gs. to those who have taken 
undergraduate course at the College). 

SCHOLARSHIPS, ETC. Annual value, about 4000 (including 1542, Entrance 
Scholarships). Extra Bursaries amounting to 342 were granted in 193132. 
In addition, Exhibition Bursaries (towards fees) amounting to 325 were 
granted. 

RESIDENCE. A Hall for 68 men at Ealing, 2 to 2^ gns. a week. One for 
women (112) in Malet Street, W.C.I, 90 to 114 gns. per Coll. session of about 33 
weeks. 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar (Oct.), 33. 6d. ; Annual Report ; University College 
Magazine ; the various Faculty and Departmental Prospectuses ; Prospectus 
of post-graduate courses and arrangements for research. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. The Rockefeller Foundation of New York, 88,000 for the 
development of the Dept. of Zool. and Comp. Anat. ; the Court of the Univ., 
30,000 for its better accommodation ; the late Sir Gregory Foster : (i.) gifts 
for the English Section of the Library, (li.) a freehold cottage at Chiddingly, 
Sussex, in. memory of the late Lady Foster, to be used in extending Winifred 
Smith Memorial for the benefit of women staff and students ; Drapers' Com- 
pany, 500 for Biometrics ; per Italian Ambassador, 300 for Italian ; Rhodes 
Trust, 200 towards Chair of Constitutional Law ; Chadwick Trust, 200 for 
Munic. Eng. and Hygiene ; Dr. G. M. Morant, 60 for Dept. of App. Stats, and 
Eugenics. 

NEW BUILDINGS. The Ramsay Memorial Laboratory of Chemical Engin- 
eering in occupation of new building. The large property to the south of the 
Coll., hitherto known as Upper Gower Mews, acquired with a view to providing 
better accommodation, in the first instance for Zool. (see above), to be followed 
by other depts. 

NEW POSTS. Professorships of Clinical Anat. (held jointly with Univ. Coll. 
Hosp. Med. Sch.), Hist, of Med., and Byzantine Hist. ; Readerships in Con- 
stitutional Hist, Eugenics, and Zool.; Hon. Lectureship in Bibliography 
(Dept. English). 

EXTRA-MURAL WORK. The Coll. does not undertake extra-mural work, 
but accommodation was provided in the Session 1931-32 for weekly meetings 
of 6 Univ. Tutorial Classes and of 2 Univ. Extension Courses. Upwards of 
14,000 persons attended the various Public Lectures given in the late afternoon 
or evening. 

VISITS OF TEACHERS FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES. Among those who de- 
livered Public Lectures at the ColL were : Prof. J. Bidez (Univ. Ghent Hist.), 



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Prof. Karl Buhler (Univ. Vienna Psychol.), Prof. A. J. Clark (Univ. Edin- 
burgh Pharmacol.), Prof. Edmond Faral (College de France Lit.), Prof. 
Otto Grosser (Univ. Prague <Anat.), Prof. W. R. Hess (Univ. Zurich Physiol.), 
Prof. G. L. Kittredge (Harvard Univ. Shakespeare), Dr. Pierre LepauUe 
(Paris Law), Dr. Joseph Needham (Univ. Camb. Hist. Sci.), Prof. B. Ohlin 
(Univ. Stockholm Econ.), Prof. W. Stammler (Univ. Greifswald Lit.), Prof. 
A. M. Tallgren (Univ. Helsingfors Anthropol.), Sir Joseph Thomson (Univ. 
Camb. Physics), Prof. F. Tobler (Dresden Bot.), Prof. G, M. Trevelyan 
(Univ. Camb Rickman Godlee Lecture, Nature Study), Prof. W. Weber 
(Univ. Halle Roman Hist.), Dr. A. H. Winsnes (Univ. Oslo Lit.). 

RETIREMENTS. Prof. J. E. G. de Montmorency (Comp. Law) ; Mr. A. 
Sabonadiere (Indian Law) ; Dr. H. Hirschfeld (Hebrew). 

RESIGNATIONS. Prof. Paul Vaucher (Mod. French Hist.), to be Pt.-time 
Prof, at Lond. Sch. Econs. ; D. T. Harris (Physiol.), to be Prof. Lond. Hosp. 
Med. Coll. ; Ida C. Ward (Phonetics), to be Lectr. at Sch. of Oriental Studies ; 
Axel M. Wijk (Swedish) ; S. Barratt (Chem.) ; F. R. Wmton (Physiol.), to be 
Lectr. Univ. Camb. 

DEATHS. Sir Gregory Foster, Bt., Head of College 1904-1929, Vice-Chan- 
cellor of Univ. 1928-30 ; Mr. A. S. West, Senior Fellow ; Mr. W. R. B. Prideaux, 
Lectr. Cataloguing ; Miss Mary Levin, Hon. Asst., Anat. and Embryol. ; Dr. 
Winifred Wright, Asst., Pharmacol. 

IMPORTANT EVENTS. In Nov. 1931, H.R H. Prince George opened the new 
Ramsay Memorial Laboratory of Chemical Engin. ; in Feb. 1932, Mr. Stanley 
Baldwin delivered Alfred Fnpp Memorial Lecture at the Coll. ; on June 6, 1930, 
celebration of Centenary of Jeremy Bentham -lecture by Mr. C. K. Ogden of 
King's Coll., Camb". ; Physiol. Section of Centenary Meeting of Brit. Ass. met 
at the Coll., Psycholog. Section provided with demonstration, some members 
of Education Section received and exhibits arranged. 

STUDENTS- Full-time : total, 2008, including 250 graduates. Part-tune : 
total, 1030, including 215 graduates. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. B.A., 115 ; B.A. (Archit.), 6 ; LL.B., 13 ; B.Sc., 101 ; 
B.Sc. (Econ.), 14 ; B.Sc. (Engin.), 33 J D.Litt., 3 ; Ph.D. (Arts), 8 ; M.A., 6 ; 
LL.M., i ; D.Sc., 9 J ^-D- (Sci.), 35 J M.Sc., 22 ; Ph.D. (Econ.), i ; Ph,D. 
(Engin.), i. 



UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, KING'S COLLEGE 
AND KING'S COLLEGE FOR WOMEN 

Address Strand, W.C.2. 

CHAIRMAN OF THE DELEGACY LORD BLANESBURGH, G.B.E., M.A., 
LL D. Aberd. 

VICE-CHAIRMAN A. J. ALLEN, M.A. Ox. 

TREASURER Sir EDWARD TROUP, K.C.B., K.C.V.O., LL.D Aberd. 

PRINCIPAL W. R. HALLIDAY, M.A. Ox., LL.D. Glas. 

DEANS OF FACULTIES. See under " General Information " Faculties. 

SECRETARY S. T. SHOVELTON, M.A. Ox. 

TUTOR TO WOMEN STUDENTS DOROTHY BRITTAIN, M A. Mane. 

LIBRARIAN R. HUTTON, M.A. Liv. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, 

Anatomy, Descrip. and Surgical 
Blair, D. MacCallum, M.B , Ch.B. 
Glas. 

Prof. (A. and Anthrop.). 
Davies, F., M.D., B.S. Reader. 
Compton, A., F.R.C.S. 

Lectr. (Applied A.). 

Coghill, Violet A. P., M.B., Ch.B. 

Edin. Lectr. 

Wakeley, C. P. G., F.R.C S. Lectr. 

2 Demrs. 

Anthropology, v. Anat. 

Art, Ecclesiastical 
Dearmer, Rev. P., D.D. Ox. Prof. 

Assyriology 

Gadd, C. J., M.A. Ox. Hon. Lectr, 
Smith, S., M.A. Camb. Hon. Lectr. 

Bibliography, v. English 
Biology, v. Zool. 
Botany and Plant Biology 
Gates, R. Ruggles, M.A., LL.D. 
Mt. Allison, B.Sc. McG., Ph.D. 
Chic., F.R.S. Prof. 

Schwartz, E. J.,M. A., D.Sc. Lectr. 
Latter, Margaret J., B.Sc., Ph.D. 
Asst. Lectr. 



ETC. 
Catcheside, D. G., M.Sc. 

Asst. Lectr. 

1 Demr. 

Chemical Engineering, v. Chem- 
istry and Engineering 
Chemistry [Daniell Prof. 

Smiles, S., O.B.E., D.Sc., F.R.S. 
Allmand, A. J., D.Sc. Liv., F.R.S. 

Prof. 

Robson, W., Ph.D. Edin., D.Sc. 

(Bio-Chem.) Reader, 

Cremer, H. W., M.Sc., 

M.I.Chem.E. Senr. Lectr. 

Salmon, C. S., M.Sc. Bris. Lectr. 

McClelland, E. W., D.Sc. BeM., 

Ph.D. Durh., A.I.C. Lectr. 

Ward, L. Singlehurst, B.Sc. Lectr. 

Fairbourne, A., M.A. Ox., M.Sc. 

Mane. Hon. Lectr. 

Asst. Lectrs. : 

DoUey, L. G. F., B.Sc., Ph.D. 
Gregg, S. J., B,Sc., Ph.D. 
Roberts, K. C., M.Sc., Ph.D. 

2 Demrs. 

Classics, v. also History 
Thomson, J. A. K,, M.A. Aberd., 
B.A. Ox. Prof. 



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Knight, Clara M., D.Lit. Reader. 
Hall, E. B , M.A. Senr. Lectr. 
Handford, S. A., M.A. Ox. Lectr. 
Paul, Agnes S , M.A , B D. Lectr. 
Bevan, E. R., O.B.E., M.A.,D.Litt. 
Ox., LL.D. St. And. 

Lectr. (Hellenistic His- 
tory and Literature). 
Education 

Wilson, J. Dover, M.A., Litt.D. 
Camb , F.B.A. Prof. 

Young, G. W., M A. Camb. 

Reader. 

Titley, A. R, B Sc. Brist., D.Phil. 

Ox. Sr. Lectr. 

Chaplyn, Marjorie A., M.A., Edin , 

D. de l/Univ. Pans Lectr. 

Bell, Clarissa C., B A. Lectr. 

Ward, H., C.B.E., M.A. Ox. 

Hon. Lectr. 
Smith, H. T., B.A. Ox 

Asst. Lectr 
Williams, Emily M , B A. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Twentyman, A E., B.A. 
Tutor (Higher Degree Students). 
Engineering, Civil 
Jameson, A. H., M.Sc. Mane., 
M Inst.C.E. Prof. 

Lobban, C. H., D.Sc. (Eng.) Glas. 
Reader. 

White, C. M., B.Sc. (Eng), Ph.D. 
Lectr. 

Engineering, Electrical 
Catterson-Smith, J. K., M.I.E.E , 
M.Eng. Liv. Siemens Prof. 
Robertson, F. Steell, M.T.E.E. 

Sr. Lectr. 
Clarke, H. M., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Engineering, Mechanical 
Cook, Gilbert, D.Sc. Mane., 
M.I.M.E. Prof. 

Davies, S. J., M.Sc Durh , Ph D. 
Reader. 
Giffen, E., M.Sc. Belf. Lectr. 

English 

Reed, A. W., M.A., D Lit. Prof. 

Routh, H. V., M.A. Camb., D.Lit. 

(E. Lit.) Reader. 



Harrison, G. B., MA Camb, 
Ph.D. 

(E. Lit, also Tutor to 
Journalism Students) 

Reader. 
Ingram, E. Gwendolen, M.A. 

(E. Philology) Senr. Lectr. 
Day, Mabel, M.A., D Lit. 

(E. Philology) Lectr. 
Isaacs, J., M.A. Ox. 

(E. Lit.) Lectr. 

Garmonsway, G. N., M.A. Camb. 
(E. Lit.) Lectr. 

McKerrow, R. B , Litt.D. Camb , 
FBA 

(E Bibliography) Hon Lectr. 
Barrett, W. P , M A., Ph D. Camb. 
Asst. Lectr. 
Mack, Frances M., B.A. 

Asst. Lectr. 
i Asst. 

French 

Saurat, D., D. es L. Paris Prof. 
Stone, Louise W., M.A. 

(Romance Philol.) Reader. 

Hughes, R. W., M.A. Ox., M.A. 

Syd., Dip d'E.S Paris, D.Lit. 

Lectr. 

Jones, R. A., M.A. Lectr. 

Vigne, J. Lectr. 

McKechnie, Margaret M. McL., 
M.A. Glas., L. es L. 

Asst. Lectr. 
6 Assts. 

Geography 

The Profs, of Botany, Geol., Civil 

Engin , Imperial Hist., Zool. 

(in conjunction with staff of 

London School of Economics) . 

Wood, H. J., B.Sc., Ph.D. 

(Historical Geog.) Lectr. 

Geology 

Gordon, W. T., M.A Camb , M A., 
D.Sc. Edin., F.G.S. Prof. 
Wells, A. K., D.Sc., F.G.S. Reader. 
Wooldridge, S. W., D.Sc., F.G.S. 

Lectr. 
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German 

Atkins, H. G., M.A., D.Lit. Prof. 
Rose, W., M.A. Birm., Ph.D. 

Reader. 

Norman, F., M.A. Reader. 

Haltenhoff, A. G. Lectr. 

Stuart, Hannah S. M., B.A., Ph.D. 
Asst. Lectr. 
i Asst. 

Greek, Modern, and Byzantine 
Hist. [Koraes Prof. 

Marshall, F. H., M.A. Camb. 

Hebrew 
Hollis, Rev. F. J., D.D. Lectr. 

Histology, v. Physiol. 

History, v. also Classics, Greek 
Hearnshaw, F. J. C., M.A. Camb., 
LL.D. Dub. Prof. 

Newton, A. P., B.Sc., M.A., D.Lit, 
F.S.A. 

Rhodes Prof, of Imperial H. 
Warmington, E. H., M.A. Camb. 

(Ancient H.) Reader. 
Cronne, H. A., M A. Belf . and Ox. 
(Mediaeval H.) Lectr. 
Driver, C. H., M.A. 

(Const. Hist.) Lectr. 

Page, Frances M., M.A., Ph.D. 

Camb. Asst. Lectr. 

Jenkins, Rev. C., M.A , D.D. Ox., 

F.S.A. 

Prof. (Eccl. H.) and 
Reader (Greek and 
Latin Palaeog.). 

Jenkinson, Hilary, M.A. Camb., 
F.SA. 

(Diplomatic and English 

Archives) Reader. 

Steed, H. Wickham, LL D. Strasb. 

(Central Europ. Hist.) Lectr. 

i Asst. 

Italian 
Vincent, E. R. P., M A. Ox. Lectr. 

Journalism, v. English 
Law, v. p. 184 



Materia Medica and Pharmaco- 
logy 
Inchley, O., M.A., M.D. Camb. 

Lectr. 

Mathematics 

Jolliffe, A. E., M.A. Ox. Prof. 
Temple, G. F. J., Ph.D , D Sc. 

Prof. 
Dale, J. B., M.A. Camb., 

Asst. Prof. 

Shovelton, S. T., M.A. Ox. Lectr. 

Henderson, J., M.A., B.Sc. Edin., 

Ph.D. Lectr. 

Combridge, J. T., M.A. Camb., 

M Sc. Lectr. 

Edwards, B. A., M.Sc. Wales. 

Lectr. 

Davies, E. T., M.Sc. Wales, Ph.D. 
Rome Asst Lectr. 

Wright, E M., B.A , D Phil. Ox. 
Asst. Lectr. 
Mihtary Science 

Maurice, Maj.-Gen. Sir Frederick 
B., K.C.M.G., C.B, LL.D. 
Camb., D.Lit. Prof. 

Paleography, v. Hist. 
Pharmacology, v. Mat. Med. 
Philology, v. English, French 

Philosophy, v. also Psych. 
Hallett, H. F., M.A , D Litt. Edin. 
Prof. 

Hanson, Rev. R., M.A. Ox., B.D. 
(P. of Religion) Lectr. 

Phonetics, v. English 
Physics 

Appleton, E. V., M.A. Camb., 
D.Sc., F.R.S. 

Wheatstone Prof. 
Richardson, O. W., M.A. Camb., 
D.Sc., F.R.S. 

Yarrow Research Prof. 

(Royal Society's). 
Flint, H. T., D.Sc. Birm., D.Sc., 
Ph.D. Reader. 

Williams, W. E., M.Sc. Mane. 

Lectr. 

Johnson, R. C., M.A. Ox., Ph.D,, 
D.Sc. Lectr. 



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Fisher, Joseph W., B.Sc., Ph.D. 

Hon. Lectr. 
Oatiey, C. W., M A., M.Sc. 

Asst. Lectr. 
3 Demrs. 

Physiology 

McDowall, R. J. S., M.B. Edin., 
D.Sc., Ch.B., F.R C.P. Edm. 
Prof. 

Robson, Wm , Ph.D. Edin , D.Sc. 

(Bio-Chem.) Reader. 

Hewitt, J. A., Ph.D. St. And., 

D.Sc., A.I.C. Lectr. 

Thompson, J. H., B.Sc. Lectr. 

Hon. Lectrs. : 
Negus, V E., M B , M.S., Ch M , 

F.R.C.S. (Laryngology). 
Pickering, J. W., D.Sc. (Haemato- 



Hadfield, J A , M.A. Ox , M.B., 
Ch.B. Edin. Lectr. 

Bartlett, R J., M.Sc., A.R.C.S. 

Lectr. 

1 Hon. Demr. 

Romance, v. French 

Spanish Studies 

Pastor, A. R., B.Litt. Ox., D.Phil. 
Madrid Cervantes Prof. 

Villasante, J. M., LL.D. Madrid 

Sr. Lectr. 
Perry, Janet, B.A. N.U.I., M.A. 

Lectr. 
Carey, J. R., B.A. Lectr. 

Theology, v. p. 164 

Zoology and Animal Biology 
Mackinnon, Doris L., D.Sc. Aberd. 

Prof. 
Huxley, J. S. f M.A. Ox. 

Hon. Lectr. 

Tribe, Margaret, D.Sc. Lectr. 
Dawes, B., A.R.C.S., D.I.C. 

Asst. Lectr. 

2 Demrs. 



2 Demrs 

Portuguese [Camoens Prof. 

Prestage, E., M.A., D.Litt. Ox. 

Psychology 

Aveling, F. A. R, M.C., D.D. 
Rome, Ph.D. Louv., DSc, 
D.Lit. Prof. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Founded by Royal Charter in 1829 for " instruction in the various branches 
of Literature and Science and the doctrines and duties of Christianity/' King's 
College consisted at first of a School and Departments of General Literature, 
Science, and Medicine, to which were added successively Engineering, Theo- 
logical, and Oriental Depts. The Hospital was built in 1839 ; the Evening 
Classes were started in 1856, and a Women's Dept. in 1881. In 1910 the 
College School became a separate Corporation, the Hospl. and Advanced Med. 
School were made independent, the other Depts. (except the Theological) 
doing work of University standard were incorporated in the Univ. of London, 
while the Council remained the governing body of the Theol. Dept., which 
became a School of the Univ. In 1915 the Arts and Science Departments 
of King's College for Women, previously housed in South Kensington, were 
transferred to the buildings of King's College, and the Household and Social 
Science Department to new buildings on Campden Hill. The Dept of House- 
hold and Social Science became a separate mstn. in 1928 under the title of 
King's Coll. of Household and Social Science, v. infra. The School of Slavonic 
and East European Studies (40 Tornngton Square, W.C.i) has been constituted 
a separate department of the Univ. as from Aug. i, 1932. 

LIBRARIES (in all 76,000 vols.). In addition to the General Library there 
are the following Special and Departmental Libraries : (i) The Marsden 
(Philol.), (3) Wheatstone (Electr. and kindred subjects), (3) Skcat and Furnivall 
{Philol. and Engl. Lit.), (4) Ronald Burrows Memorial Library (Mediaeval and 



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Mod. Greek, and the library of Dr. William Miller), (5) Frida Moiid (Goethe and 
German Lit.), (6) T. R. R. Stebbing (Zool.), (7) F. D. Maurice Collection. 
There are also the following Departmental Libraries : i. Anat. z. Bot. 3. 
Chem. Engm. 4. Chem 5 Classics. 6. Educn. 7. Elect. Engin. 8. Engin. 
(Civ. and Mech.). 9. French. 10. Geog. n. Geol. 12. German. 13. 
Hebrew. 14. Hist. 15. Maths. 16. Pharmacol. 17. Physics. 18. Physiol. 
19. Psychol. 20. Spanish. 21. Zool. 

LABORATORIES AND MUSEUMS. Anat. (Hughes Collection), Comp Anat., 
Biol., Bot., Chem., Chem. Engin., Engin., Geol. and Mineral., Mat. Med., 
Metall., Pharmacol, Physics, PhysioL (including Bio-Chem. and Histol.), 
Psych., Zool. 

FACULTIES. Arts, Laws, Natural Science, Medical Science, Engineering, 
Theology. Deans : Prof. J. A. K. Thomson (Classics), Dr. H. Potter (English 
Law), Prof. E. V. Appleton (Physics), Prof. R. J. S. McDowaU (Physiol ), Prof. 
A. H. Jameson (Engm.), Rev. R. Hanson, M.A., B.D. (Theol.). 

Evening Class Department (classes in connexion with faculties of Theology, 
Arts, and Law). Dean, Prof. F. J. C. Hearnshaw (Hist ). 

DEGREE COURSES in Arts, Laws, Science, Engineering, and Theology. 
Prelim, and Interm. courses in Medicine, and courses for the Fust and Second 
Examns. for Dental Degrees. Day Training College under the Board of 
Education. Dept. for training secondary Teachers (men and women). 

Engineering students receive preliminary workshop training in their first 
year. Facilities are provided for spending half of each summer vacation in 
engineering works. Those taking 4-years' course spend part of each year 
(18 months in all) in practical training. 

College Diploma course in Engineering, ordinarily 3 yrs. A one-year post- 
graduate course in Chem. Eng. is provided, dealing with the general principles 
of Applied Chem. as a preparation for industrial posts. The Assoaateship, 
open to men and women who have graduated after a three-years' course and 
have also attended a prescribed course in Divinity. Certificates in Palaeo- 
graphy, Italian, Hebrew, Synac, Spanish, Portuguese, Applied Psychol., and 
Chem. Eng. 

ADVANCED STUDY. Special facilities in English (including Bibliography), 
History (especially Mediaeval, Colonial, Eastern Europe, and Ancient), 
Spanish, Portuguese, Modern Greek, Education, and several Depts. of Science. 

FEES. Tuition per Session, including fees for games, library, and union 
society : Arts, 30 to 37 gs. ; Laws, 20 to 26 gs. ; Science, 35 to 50 gs. ; Med., 
35 to 40 gs. ; Engin , 48 to 60 gs. 

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR GRADUATES. In Arts 3, aggregate value 250 p.a. ; 
Science 6, ag. value 640 p.a. 

RESIDENCE. Two hostels for men (one Theol. for 72 men and one general 
for 80 men), and one for 58 women (these Hostels are recognized by the 
Board of Education). 

A REGISTER OF FORMER STUDENTS is maintained, in which changes of 
address are recorded without charge. 

PUBLICATIONS. Separate Syllabus for each Faculty post free. Calendar, 
45. 6d. post free ; K.C. Review. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. Anonymous, 250 towards cost of rebindSng books in the 
Coll. Library. Dr. William Miller, his library of books on mediaeval and 



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modern Greece. Coimbra Univ. Press, some 50 of its editions to the Coll. 
Library. A number of other gifts of books, apparatus, etc. 

NEW BUILDINGS. The new Hambleden Dept. of Anatomy formally opened 
April 27, 1932. The lease of 21 Surrey St. obtained, for conversion into a dept. 
of Chemical Research. 

OTHER DEVELOPMENTS. The School of Slavonic Studies established as a 
separate Department of the University. 

NEW POSTS, A Professorship of Psychol. in place of the former Reader- 
ship ; a Readership in Bio-Chem. ; an Asst. Lectureship in Law ; an Asst. 
Lectureship in Maths. 

VISITS OF TEACHERS FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES. The following lectured 
in the Coll. : Dr. Aylward M. Blackman (Oxford) on " Egyptian Myth and 
Ritual " ; Prof. R. M. Dawkins (Bywater and Sotheby Prof, of Byzantine 
and Mod. Greek Lang, and Lit. at Oxford) on " Greek Pictures of the Holy 
Sepulchre " ; Sir John Miles (Fellow of Merton Coll., Oxford) on " The Penal 
Laws of Assyria circa 1200 B.C. " ; Prof. J. Holland Rose (Vere Hannsworth 
Prof, of Naval Hist, at Cambridge) on " The Mediterranean in Ancient History"; 
Rev. Dr. C. Anderson Scott (Dunn Prof of New Testament, Westminster Coll., 
Cambridge) on " Living Issues in Paulinism " ; Dr. Theodore H. Robinson 
(Prof, of Semitic Lang, in Univ. Coll., Cardiff) on " Hebrew Myths " ; M. le 
Prof. Rene Jasinski (Prof, of French Lang, and Lit. in the Univ. of Lille) on 
" Psychologic du Romantisme Francais " ; Dr. Hans Cloos (Prof, of Geol. in 
the Univ. of Bonn) on " Problems and Methods of Structural Geology " ; Prof. 
M. Polanyi (Prof, of Chem. in the Kaiser Wilhelm Institut fur Physikalische- 
chemie und Electrochemie, Berlin) on " Atomic Reactions " ; Prof. Nicolas 
Arscniew (Dept. of Russian Langs , Univ. of Konigsberg) on " The Post- War 
Religious Situation in Central Europe " ; Don Rafael Martinez (Secy, of the 
Centro de Estudios Hist6ricos, Madrid) on " Spanish Landscape and Popular 
Architecture " and " Spanish Popular Art " ; Don Ddmaso Alonso (of the 
Centro de Estudios Hist6ricos, Madrid, and the Taylorian Institute, Oxford) 
on " The Contemporary Novel in Spain." 

VISITS BY MEMBERS OF THE STAFF OF KING'S COLL. Dr. W. R. Halliday 
(Principal) delivered the Gray Lectures on " Comparative Mythology and Greek 
Legend " in the Univ. of Cambridge. He also lectured on " Greek Thought in 
the Roman Empire " and " The Hellenistic Background of Early Christianity " 
at the Summer Meeting of the Board of Extra-mural Studies in the Univ. of 
Cambridge. Prof. J. K. Cattcrson-Smith (Elec. Engin.) delivered the Faraday 
Lecture on " Everyday Uses of Electricity " before the local centres of the 
Instn. of Elec. Engineers at Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastlc-upon-Tyne, 
Leeds, Swansea, Dublin, and Aberdeen. Prof. O. W. Richardson (Physics) 
lectured in Vienna and at New Haven, Connecticut. Prof. D. Saurat (French) 
delivered two courses of lectures (one on Milton and one on Post- War European 
Lit.) in the Univ. of Columbia, New York. Mr. J. S. Huxley (Zool.) visited 
Columbia Univ., U.S.A., to introduce there the genetical study of Gammarus. 
Mr. J. Isaacs (English) lectured on " Modern English Literature " at the 
Summer School for French Teachers of English held at the Sorbonne. Mr. 
E. H. Warmington (Ancient Hist.) lectured to the Oxford Classical Assn. on 
" Explorations of the Ptolemies and the Romans up the Nile and down East 
Africa." 

DEATHS. Emer. Prof. Ernest Wilson (Elec. Engin.) ; the Rt. Rev. Bishop 
Charles Gore (Thcol.) ; Dr. Julius Steppat (formerly Reader in German). 



KING'S COLLEGE & KING'S COLLEGE FOR WOMEN 131 

RETIREMENTS. Prof. S. A. F. White (Maths.) ; Prof. A. \V. Pollard (Engl. 
Bibliography) ; Miss A. S. Paul (Tutor to Women Students) ; Rev. \V. R. 
Matthews (Dean of the Theol. Fac.) on his appointment to the Deanery of 
Exeter ; Rev. Prof. C. F. Rogers (Theol.). 

STUDENTS. Full-time day students working for a degree or diploma (mcl. 
Theol.) : total, 1815, incl. 269 graduates. Part-tune: total, 1139, incl. 84 
graduates. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. B A., 124 ; B.Sc., 74 ; B.Sc. (Eng.), 34 ; LL.B., 14 ; 
B.D., 8 ; Diplomas, 243. 

Higher Degrees : M.A., 21 ; Ph.D. (Arts), 6 ; D.Lit., i ; LL.M., 3 ; M.Sc., 
ii ; Ph.D. (Sci.), 9 ; M.Sc. (Eng.), 4 ; Ph.D. (Eng.), i. 



UNIVERSITY INSTITUTES AND 
DEPARTMENTS 

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, INSTITUTE OF 
EDUCATION 

(formerly LONDON DAY TRAINING COLLEGE) 

Postal Address Institute of Education (London Day Training College), 
Southampton Row, W.C.I. 

DIRECTOR Sir T. PERCY NUNN, M.A., D.Sc., Litt.D. Liv., LLD. 
St And. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

The Director Prof. Miller, J. A. Y., B.A. Ox. 

Punnett, Margaret, B.A. V on Wyss, Clotilde, F.L.S. 

Hamley, H. R, M Caltrop, Margar* G., Mod. Lang. 

Fairgrieve. J., M.A. Ox., B.A^ tod. E^J G M A. Camb. 

R ea d er . Whaite, H C , Slade Dip. 

Lecturers : 2 Instrs. in Handwork, i in Music, 
Gurrey, P., B.A., Ph.D. i in Voice Production, 2 in 

Jeffreys, M. V. C., M.A. Ox. Phys. Tr., 7 Supervisors of 

Lauwerys, J. A , B Sc. School Practice. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

London Day Training College was founded by the London County Council 
in 1902 as an institution in connexion with the Univ. working under the Regula- 
tions of the Board of Education for the Training of Teachers. The first Prin- 
cipal (1902-22) was Prof, (later Sir) John Adams. From 1909 to 1932 the Coll. 
was a School of the Univ. in Pedagogy, and as such was governed by a College 
Council composed equally of representatives of the L.C.C. and of the Senate. 
On Sept. i, 1932, as the result of an agreement between the Board of Education, 
the L.C.C., and the Univ., the Coll. was transferred to the educational and 
financial control of the Univ., and its title was changed to " University of 
London, Institute of Education." The Institute is administered as a " central 
activity " of the Univ. by a Delegacy appointed by the Senate, and composed 
of representatives of that body, of the L.C.C., and of the teaching staff, together 
with certain co-opted members. Its work is carried on in the building erected 
by the L C.C. in 1907 for London Day Training Coll., but will eventually be 
transferred to a new building on the Bloomsbury site provided by a special 
grant from the Council to the Univ. 

Students are trained under the Regulations for the Training of Teachers 
(H.M. Stationery Office, Kingsway, W.C.2) for Elem. and Secondary Schools. 

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INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION 13 

Undergraduates can take a 4 yrs.' course so as to combine B.A., B Sc M o 
B.Sc.Econ. courses (taken at other Colls.) with Professional training. On 
who has already graduated may devote himself continuously for a year t 
the theory, etc., of Educn. and obtain the Univ. diploma. Courses for the M./ 
and Ph.D. Degrees in Educn. are also provided. Fees for 4-yr. course 
Entrance fee 20, Union and Library fee 3 : los. Fees for private studenl 
taking the Teacher's Diploma course : 45, together with Union and Librar 
fee of 2 : los. Publication : Prospectus. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

RESIGNATIONS. Prof. Cyril Burt, Mr. J. J. Ben. 

STUDENTS. Full-time, 226, including 190 graduates. Part-time, 298, a 
graduates. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. M.A. (Edn.), 6 ; Ph.D. (Edn.), i ; Teacher's Diplom, 
189. 



UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, COURTAULD 
INSTITUTE OF ART 

20 Portman Square, London, W.i. 

CHAIRMAN OF MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Rt. Hon. VISCOUNT LEE c 
FAREHAM, G.C.B., G.C.S.I. 

DIRECTOR W. G. CONSTABLE, M.A. Camb , F.S.A. 
DEPUTY DIRECTOR J. G. Mann, M A., B.Litt. Ox., F S.A. 
LIBRARIAN RHODA WELSFORD. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

Msthetic Theories Celtic and Viking Art 

Read, Herbert, -D.S.O., M.C., M.A. Kendrick, T. D. (Brit. Mus ). 

Edrn. Prof. Ceramics 

Architecture, Hist, of Rackham, B., M.A. Camb., F.S.^ 

Dickie, A. C., M.A. Mane., F S.A., (V. and A. Mus.). 

A.R.LB.A. Prof. Chinese Art and Archaol. 

Art f History of Yetts,W.P., O.B.E.,M.R.C.S. Pro 

Constable, W. G. Prof. Critical Theories, Hist, of 

Mann, J. G. Reader. Blunt, A F., B.A. Camb. 

Fry, E. R., M.A. Camb., LL.D. Drawings 

Aberd. Popham, A. E., B.A. (Brit. Mus. 

Byzantine and Near Eastern Art Engraving 

Rice, D. Talbot. Hind, A. M., O.B.E , M.A. Camt 

Duthuit, G. F.S.A. (Brit. Mus.). 



134 LONDON 

Furniture Painting, Renaissance 

Edwards H. C R (V. and A. Clark, Kenneth (Ashmolean Mus ) 

Mus -)- Waterhouse, E. K. (Nat Gallery). 

Holbein 

Ganz, Prof. Paul (Basle Univ.) Romanesque Art 

-D . T, , , Clapham, A W. 

Painting, English * 

Johnson, C (Nat. Gallery) Sculpture, Gothic 

Painting, Flemish Gardner, Arthur, B.A. Ox. 
Cammaerts, Emile, C B.E , LL D. 

Ql as Prof Sculpture, Italian 

Painting and Engraving, German Macl ^ an > E ' fv " "ft *" 
Dodgson, C., C.B.E, MA. Ox. f P /v ? A M^'V 

(Brit Mus ). OJ P * (V ' and A ' Mus ')' 

Painting, Nineteenth Century Textiles 

Manson, J. B. (Tate Gallery). Kendrick, A. F. (V. and A. Mus ). 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Opened to students Oct. 1932,. as the result of a gift of 100,000 for buildings 
and partial endowment by Mr. Samuel Courtauld, and of gifts by Sir Joseph 
Duveen and Sir Herbert Cook, Recent benefactions include an endowment 
by Mr. J. G. Graves. A Univ. Dept concerned with teaching and research in 
the History of Art, including both European and Oriental. Courses are pro- 
vided leading to B.A. Hons., M.A. and Ph.D. in the subject, also to a Diploma 
in. the Hist, of Art. Occasional and research students also accepted. The 
students arc mainly graduates. The present headquarters of the Institute, one 
of the finest examples of the work of the Brothers Adam, is also a gift from Mr. 
Courtauld. When the headquarters of the Institute are moved to Bloomsbury, 
so Portman Sq. will remain the official residence of the Director, and as a centre 
for special studies. 

FEES. For full-time students, 35 p a. 

STUDENTS (Oct. 1932). Full-time, 48 ; part-time, 15. 



UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, SCHOOL OF 
SLAVONIC AND EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES 

40 Tornngton Square, London, W.C.i. 

CHAIRMAN OF COUNCIL MAJOR-GENERAL THE LORD TREOWEN, C.B., 

CM.G. 

DIRECTOR Prof. Sir BERNARD PARES, K.B E., M A. Camb. 
SECRETARY DOROTHY GALTON, 



SCHOOL OF SLAVONIC STUDIES 135 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

Czechoslovak Lectrs. : 

Hanak, Jan, Ph.D. Lectr. Raffii, Arshak (Lang.) 

History, Central European Struve, G. P., B A. (Lit ). 

Seton-Watson, R. W., D Litt Ox , Tunn ' S p (Econ.). 

Ph.D. Prague and Zag. Konovalov, S (Econ.) Hon Lectr 

Masaryk Prof. Serbo-Croat and Slovene 

Polish Subotic, D. P., Ph.D. Munich, 

Borowy, W., Ph.D. Lectr. B Litt. Ox. Reader. 

Whaxton, L. C , M.A. Ox. 5/ _ ^ ieraiuYes 

Russian Lavrm ' Pro1 J anko Hon Lectr 

Pares, Sir Bernard, K.B.E , M.A. Slavonic Philology, Comparative 

Camb. (Hist.) Prof. Jopson, N. B , M.A. Reader. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Established at King's Coll , 1915. Since Aug. 1932 a dept. of the Univ. in 
Arts. Library, 12,000 vols. FEES : 2 : los. to 34 gs. per session. COURSES : 
Special intensive courses for War Office, etc., students, and an extensive pro- 
gramme of lectures open to the public. Teaching provided in the lang., lit., 
hist., and econ. of Russia and the lesser-known countries of Eastern and 
Central Europe. Special facilities for research and post-graduate work. A 
diploma is open to students who have not matriculated at the Univ. 

PUBLICATIONS : Slavonic and East European Review (3 times a yr.), 6s. pei 
part. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

STUDENTS. Total, pt.-time, 76, including 14 post-graduate. 
DEGREES OBTAINED. Ph.D., i ; Acad. Dip. in Serbo-Croat, z. 



UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, BROWN ANIMAL 
SANATORY INSTITUTION 

149 Wandsworth Rd., Vauxhall, S.W.8. 

SUPERINTENDENT Prof . F. W. TWORT, M.R C.S., L.R.C P., P.R.S. 

Established in 1871 for "investigating, studying, and, without charge 
beyond immediate expenses, endeavouring to cure maladies, distempers, and 
injuries any quadrupeds or birds useful to man may be found subject to." It 
contains a Hospital, in which the diseases and injuries of animals are treated, 
and a Laboratory, where the investigation and study of diseases of animals are 
carried on. Both In- and Out-Patients (some 5 or 6 thousand per annum) are 
treated. Clin. students may be admitted to the Vet. Depts., and Research 
students are received in the Lab. 5 lectures free to the public, based on the 
researches conducted in the Instn., are given annually at the Univ. or the 
R. Coll. of Surgeons. 



* 3" LONDON 

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, THE FRANCIS 
GALTON LABORATORY FOR NATIONAL 
EUGENICS 

(WITH WHICH is INCORPORATED THE DRAPERS' COMPANY 
BIOMETRIC LABORATORY) 

Address University College, Gower St., W.C.i. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

Eugenics and Applied Statistics Pearson, E. S., M.A. Camb., D.Sc. 
Pearson, Karl, M.A. Camb., LL.D. Sr. Lectr 

Aberd. and St. And., F.R.S. BeU> Julia> MA> M . R-C .p 
(jralton .f rol. M i? r <5 



Fellow. Morant, G. M., D.Sc. Lectr. 

Stocks, P., M.A., M.D. Camb., i Asst., i Research Asst., I Hon. 

D.P.H., Ch.B. Mane. Research Asst , i Mathl. Asst. 
(Med. Statistics) Reader. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Founded in 1904 for the study of those agencies under social control that 
may improve or impair the racial qualities of future generations, either physically 
or mentally/ Open to Research students in Eugenics of both sexes. The 
Biometric Laboratory, founded by the Drapers' Company in 1895, for the 
statistical study of biological problems, possesses a good collection of calculating 
machines, integrating mechanisms, moment-finders, as well as a large series of 
statistical models, measuring mstruments, etc. Research workers can start 
at any time during the session, but, unless attending the lectures in the Dept., 
are expected to have a preliminary training either in Biology or Maths. 

Courses of Instruction are given on Statistics and cognate subjects, and 
also short courses of popular lectures. Fees (for Research workers) : per 
term, 4 : 14 : 6. A fee of 17 gs. per session admits to the Eugenic and 
Biometnc Labs, on all days and to all lectures, as well as to the use of the 
Library and of the material in the Archives. Fee for use of calculating 
machines, i J gs. per term. 

PUBLICATIONS. Annals of Eugenics, a Journal for the scientific study of 
Racial Problems, vols. I.-IV. ; Eugenics Lab. Memoirs (i.-xxvi.) and Lecture 
Series (i.-xiv, popular exposition of conclusions) ; Treasury of Human Inherit- 
ance (15 parts). Biometnka Journal (i.-xxiii.) ; Drapers' Company Research 
Memoirs, Biometnc Series (i.-xn.) ; and Studies in Natural Deterioration (i.-xiii.) ; 
Drapers' Company Technical Series (i.-vii.) ; Tracts for Computers (i.-xvii.). 
Ephemeral papers published in Questions of the Day and the Fray (i.-xiii.). 



BARTLETT SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE 137 

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, BARTLETT SCHOOL 
OF ARCHITECTURE 

Address University College, Gower St., W C.i. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

Architecture Wilson, H. Warren, A.R.C.A. 

Richardson, A. E., F.S.A , (Decoration) Lectr. 

F.R I.B.A. Prof. Dawson, M. J., F.R I.B.A. 

A ,, J _ T. .... T (Building Constrn.) Lectr. 

Adshead, S D M.A. Liv., stajll V L . s * M>jL ; CambM 

M.Arch F.RIB.A. A.RJLBJL Lectr. & Tutor 

. (Town Planning) Prof. x Sn Agst ^ 2 j^ Lectrg ^ z Aagtf 

Corfiato, H Sr. Lectr 2 Studio Instrs. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

THE BARTLETT SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE was established by the combina- 
tion of the Archit. Schools of University and King's Colleges. The Certificate 
(3 yrs.) and Diploma (5 yrs.) courses are recognized by the R.I.B.A. as 
exempting from the R.I.B.A Intermediate and Final examns. respectively. 
A Division of Decoration, instituted with the co-operation of the Inc. Institute 
of British Decorators, provides a 3-yrs.' Certificate Course. The accommoda- 
tion includes three large Studios, a Museum, a Cast Gallery, a Library, a Lecture 
Theatre, and a Class Room. Rooms are also provided for the Department of 
Town Planning instituted in Oct. 1914. The day work is supplemented by 
evening classes in design. There is an Atelier for graduates and advanced 
students. 



UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, INSTITUTE OF 
HISTORICAL RESEARCH 

Malet St., W.C.I. 

HON. DIRECTOR A. F. POLLARD, M A., Litt.D., F B.A. 
SECRETARY AND LIBRARIAN C. G. PARSLOE, B.A. 

The Institute of Historical Research is the Univ. Laboratory of History, 
devoted exclusively to post-grad, and research work. It ft situated close to 
the British Museum, and consists of a systematically planned series of seminar 
libraries, with the books containing or describing the main sources of mediaeval 
and mod. hist. (esp. those whose MS. originals are in the Record Office and other, 
London Archives). It is open not only to every prof., reader, or other teacher of 
hist, in the Univ. and his research students, but to historians, archivists, and 
teachers and research students from other Univs., approved by the Committee. 
The work is carried on in (i) a series of preliminary courses dealing with the 



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sources of English and Colonial history, an introduction to work in archives, 
and palaeography ; (3) a series of seminars dealing with special historical 
subjects. 



UNIVERSITY OBSERVATORY 

Mill HiU Park, N W.I i. 

DIRECTOR Prof L N. G. FILON, C B E., B A. Camb., M A , D.Sc., 

FRS. 
WILSON OBSERVER C. C. L GREGORY, M A Camb , F.R A S. 

THE UNIVERSITY OBSERVATORY was opened hi 1929. It is situated in Mill 
Hill Park, London, N.W.n, on a site granted by the Hendon Urban District 
Council on a 999 years' lease at a nominal rent. It contains a 24-inch reflecting 
telescope, the gift of Mr. J. G. Wilson ; an 8-inch refracting equatorial tele- 
scope, the gift of Mr. H. R. Fry ; and a spectrographic laboratory. The 
Observatory is open to students of all the Colleges of the University in the 
Faculty of Science. Application for admission should be made to the Director. 



SCHOOLS OF THE UNIVERSITY 



IMPERIAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND 
TECHNOLOGY 

Address Prince Consort Road, S. Kensington, S.W.7. 
Telegrams Scientist, Southkens, London 

VISITOR H.M. THE KING. 

CHAIRMAN OF THE GOVERNING BODY Rt. Hon VISCOUNT BUCK- 
MASTER OF CHEDDINGTON, G C.V.O 

RECTOR HENRY THOMAS TIZARD, C.B., M.A. Ox., F.R.S. 
SECRETARY A. Gow, M.A. Camb., B.Sc 

ASSISTANT SECRETARY, SECRETARY TO THE DELEGACY, AND REGISTRAR 
G. C. LOWRY, M.A. Camb. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Aeronautics 

Bairstow, L., C.B E., A.R.C.S., 
F.R.S. Prof. (Aviation). 

Hill, F. T., F.R.Ae.S., M.I.Ae.E. 

Asst. Prof. (Design). 
Lecturers : 

Rowe, A. P., B.Sc., A.R.C.S., 
D.I.C. (Navign. and Instrs.). 
Roxbee-Cox, H , Ph D. (Strength 

of Structs). 
Moss, H., D.Sc., A.R.C.S., D.I.C. 

(Engine Design). 

Stern, W. J., B.Sc., A.R C.S., 
D.I.C. (Engine Design), 

i Demr. 

Astrophysics 

Fowler, A., A.R.C.S., D.Sc., F.R.S. 
Yarrow Research. Prof. 
Dingle, H., B Sc., A.R.C.S. 

Asst. Prol 
Bacteriology 
Paine, S G., D.Sc., F.I.C. 

Asst. Prof, and Univ. Reader. 
I Demr. 

Bio-Chemistry 

CMbnall, A. C., M.A. Camb., D.I.C , 

Ph.D. Asst. Prof. 

Buston,H.W.,Ph.IX, D.I.C. Lectr. 



Biology, v Bacteriol., Bot., 
Entomol , Zool. 

Botany 

Blackman, V. H., M.A., Sc.D. 
Camb , F.R.S. 

(Plant Physiol. and Path.) 

Prof., Dir. Biol Labs. 

Gregory, F. G , D Sc., D.I.C. 

(Plant Physiol ) Asst. Dir. 

Brown, W , M.A. Edin., D.Sc. 

(Plant Path.) Prof. 
Tabor, R. J., B.Sc , F.L.S. 

Asst. Prof and Univ. Reader. 

Lecturers : 
Howarth, F, B.Sc., A.R.C.S., 

F.L.S 
Henderson, F Y., D.Sc., D.I.C., 

FL.S. 

Ashby, E., MSc., D.I.C. 
Pratt, Miss C. A., M.A. Camb., 

Ph D , D.I.C. Asst. Lectr. 
2 Demrs., 5 Research Staff. 

Chemical Technology 
Bone, W. A., D.Sc. Mane., Ph.D. 
Held., F.R.S. Prof, 



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Finch, G. I., M.B.E., Dip. T.C. 
Zurich 

(Electro-Chem. and Elec- 
tro-therm.) Reader 
Ure, S. G. M , M.A., B Sc Glas 

(Chem. Eng ) Reader 
Himus, G. W., B.Sc., A.R.C.S., 
D I.C. (Fuel T ) Lectr 

Hancock, W. C., B.A. Camb. 

(Refractories) Lectr. 

Bailey, F. J , M Sc. Durh , D I C. 

(Chem Eng ) Lectr 

Outridge, L E., B.Sc. Asst. Lectr. 

Chemistry 

Thorpe, J. F., C.B.E., D.Sc. 
Mane., Ph.D. Heid., F.R.S. 

(Org. Chem.) Prof. 
Philip, J. C., O.B.E., M.A., D.Sc. 
Aberd., Ph.D. Gott., F.R.S. 

(Inorg and Phys. C.) Prof 
Briscoe, H. V. A., D Sc , D I.C. 

(Inorg C ) Prof 

Whiteley, Martha A., O.B.E., 
D.Sc., A.R.C.S. Asst. Prof. 
Lecturers : 
Harwood, H. F., M.Sc. Mane., 

Ph.D. Heid. 
Eldridge, A. A., B.Sc. 
Sugden, J. N., Ph.D., D.I.C. 
EUingham, H. T., Ph.D., A R.C.S. 
Bull, P. C., D.S.O., A R.C S. 
Kon, G. A. R., M A. Camb., D.Sc , 

D.IC. 

Pollard, A. G., B.Sc., A.R.C.S. 
Farmer, E. H., D.Sc., A.R.C.S. 
6 Asst. Lectrs., 2 Demrs. 

Engineering, Chemical, v. Chem. 

Tech. 

Engineering, Civil, and Surveying 

Dixon, S. M., M.A., M.Sc., B.A.I. 

Dub. Prof. 

Clements, R. G. H., M.C., 

MJnst C E. 

(Highway Engin.) Prof. 
Purser, J., B.A., B.A.I. Dub., 
MSc Birm. 

Asst. Prof, and Univ. Reader. 
Rice-Oxley, K , A C G I. 

Asst. Prof, and Univ. Reader. 



Lecturers : 

Shearer, W. V., B Sc., M.Inst.C.E. 
Manton, B. G., B.Sc. 
i Asst. Lectr , 2 Demrs. 

Engineering, Electrical 
Fortescue, C. L., O.B.E., M.A, 
Camb., M.I.E.E Prof. 

Reader : 
Rushton, A., M.Sc. (Tech.) Mane. 

Lecturers : 
Sims, J. W. 
Hopkin, D. W. 
Taylor, E. O., B.Sc., D.I.C. 
Urwin, C. R., A.C.G.I. 
Hughes, L E C . Ph D., A.C.G.I. 
Reid, D G , B Sc , A C.G I. 

1 Asst. Lectr., 6 Demrs. 
Engineering, Mechanical, and 

Motive Power 
Lander, C. H., C.B.E., D.Sc., 

MJnst C E., M.LMech.E. 

Prof. 
Witchell, E F. D., B.Sc., A C.G L, 

M.I.Mech E. Prof. 

Asst. Professors : 
Cruickshank, A., M.I.Mech.E. 
Howard, J. V, D.Sc. (Univ. 

Reader). 
Smith, S. L , D.Sc., A.C.G.I. (Umv. 

Reader). 
Lecturers : 

Lewitt, E. H., B.Sc. (Eng.). 
Cawley, G. M. 
Dyson, F., B.Sc., A.C.G.I. 
Collins, W., B.Sc., A.C.G.I. 
Glaister, E., B.Sc., D.I.C. 

2 Asst. Lectrs., 3 Demrs. 
Entomology 

Munro, J. W, MA. Ox., D.Sc 
Edin. Prof. 

Richards, O. W , M A. Lectr. 

i Demr., 8 Research Staff. 
Fuel, v. Chemical Technology 

Geology, Mining Geol., and Oil 

Tech. 

Boswell, P G. H., O.B.E., D.Sc., 
D.I.C., M.Inst.M.M., F.R.S. 
Prof. 



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Cullis, C. G., D.Sc. 

(Mining Geol.) Prof 
Davies, A. M., D.Sc., A.R.C.S. 

(Palaeont.) Reader 
Illing, V. C., M.A. Camb. 

(Oil Tech.) Reader 
Brammall, A., M.Sc., Ph.D., D.I.C. 
(Petrology) Lectr. 
Wolf, A. Reader. 

Jones, W R , D.Sc , D I C. Lectr. 
Slater, G., D.Sc , D.I.C. Asst. Lectr. 
Whittard, W F., Ph.D., D.I.C. 

5 Demrs. Asst - Lectr 
Mathematics and Mechanics 

Chapman, S., M.A. Camb., D.Sc. 

Viet., F.R.S. Chief Prof. 

Levy, H., D.Sc. Ox., M.A., B.Sc. 

Edin. Prof. 

Bickley, W. G., M.Sc. Reader. 

McCrea, W. H., M.A , Ph D. Camb. 

Reader 

Odell, W. L., A.R.C.S. Asst. Prof. 

Lecturers : 

Hodgson, T., B.A. Ox., B.Sc 
Milner, L. G., A.R.C.S. 
Dickson, T. W., M.C., B.A. Ox. 
Harvey, J., B.Sc., A.R.C.S. 
Kebby, C. H., M.Sc., A.R.C.S. 
Reeve, W. 
Price, A. T., B Sc. 

6 Asst. Lectrs, 2 Demrs. 

Metallurgy 

Carpenter, Sir Harold, MA. Ox , 

Ph.D. Leip., A R.S.M., 

MJnst.M.M., F.R.S. Prof. 

Merrett, W. H., A.R.S.M., 

M.Inst.M.M., F.I.C. 

Asst. Prof. 

Chappie, H. M , A.R.S.M. Lectr. 

Dannatt, C. W., A.R.S.M., D.I.C. 

Lectr. 

Fisher, M. S., Ph.D. Lectr. 

i Asst. Lectr. ; i Demr. 

Meteorology , v. Physics 
Mineralogy, v. Geol. 
Mining, v. also Geol. 
Truscott, S. J., D.Sc. Witw., 
A.R.S.M., M.Inst.M.M. Prof. 



Holman, B. W., O.B.E., A.R.S.M., 

M.Inst.M M. Reader. 

Sillick, W. E. G., A.R.C.S., D.I.C. 

Asst. Prof. 

Lecturers : 

Webb, A. H., M.InstM.M. 
Wrangham, D. A , B Sc. 

Asst. Lectrs. : 
Tweed, W. S., D.I C 
Dinsdale, J. R., B Sc 
Wilson, W. H , A.R.S.M. 

Oil, v. Geol. 

Optics, Technical 

Pollard, A. F. C., A.R.C.S , 
F.Inst.P. 

Prof. (O.E. (Mech.) and 

Instrument Design). 
Martin, L. C., D.Sc., A.R.C.S., 
D.I.C. Reader. 

Wnght, W. D., Ph.D., D.I.C. 

Lectr. 
I Asst. Lectr. 

Petrology, v. Geol. 

Physics, v. also Astrophysics and 

Techn. Optics 

Thomson, G. P., B.A. Camb., 

FR.S. Prof. 

Rankine, A. O. Prof. 

Walker, Sir Gilbert T., C.S L, 

M A., Sc D,, Ph.D., F.R S 

(Meteorol) Prof. 
Dingle, H., B.Sc., A.R.C.S. 

Reader. 
Gregory, H. S , Ph.D., D.I.C. 

Reader. 
Lecturers : 

Brinkworth, H., M.Sc., A.R.C.S. 
Green, S. E., A.R.C,S. 
Archer, C. T., M.Sc., A.R.C.S. 

Asst. Lecturers : 
Moon, P. B , B.A Camb. 
Johnson, B. K. 

Stephens, R. W. B., B.Sc., D.I.C. 
Carroll, F. G , B.Sc., A.R.C.S. 
9 Demrs. 

Refractory Materials and Sili- 
cates, v. Chemical Tech. 



H2 LONDON 

Woods and Fibres, v. Botany Hewer, H. R., M.Sc , D.I.C. Lectr. 

Zoology [Prof. 2 Demrs. 

MacBnde, E. W., M.A. Camb., 
LL.D. McG., D.Sc., F.R.S. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Founded by Royal Charter in 1907 for the purpose of giving the highest 
specialized instruction and providing the fullest equipment for the most 
advanced training and research in various branches of Science, especially in its 
application to Industry, the Imperial College includes as integral parts the 
following Associated Colleges : 

The Royal College of Science. 

The Royal School of Mines. 

The City and Guilds (Engineering) College. 

The departments and (in brackets) sub-departments are : Aeronautics 
(Aerodynamics), Biology (Botany, Bio-Chemistry, Plant Physiology, Plant 
Pathology, Bacteriology), Chemical Technology (Fuel and Refractory Materials, 
Chemical Engineering, Electro-Chemistry), Chemistry (Inorganic, Organic, and 
Physical), Engineering Civil and Surveying, Electrical, Mechanical, and 
Motive Power, Geology (Economic Mineralogy, Mining Geology, Technology 
of Oil), Mathematics and Mechanics, Metallurgy, Mining (Mining Geology, 
Mining Surveying), Physics (Astrophysics, Technical Optics, Geophysics, 
Meteorology), Zoology (Entomology). 

The total staff exceeds 200. The College is a School of the University in 
Science and Engineering. Students who are registered as candidates for one 
of the Associateships, and who have matriculated at the Univ. of London by 
examn. or exemption, are eligible for the B.Sc. (Special) Degree of the Univ., 
in the Facs. of Sci. or Eng., on the examns. for the relative Associateship, if the 
Umv.'s regns. are complied with. This arrangement is subject to review in 1935. 
The buildings occupy about 8 acres and cost with equipment over 1,000,000. 

The courses of study are designed for students of Univ. standard whose 
vocations will be concerned with the scientific aspects of industries. 

LIBRARIES, ETC. The Library of the Science Museum is available for the 
use of Students, and each Dept. is provided with a special Library, RESEARCH 
LABORATORIES, and full facilities for advanced study. 

ADMISSION. The conditions of admission are as under, but the College 
reserves power to admit in special cases candidates whose qualifications do 
not in every respect coincide with those prescribed, but whose previous training 
fits them to take full advantage of the course proposed ; the prescribed qualifi- 
cations give no right to admission, but will be considered with others of which 
the candidate may give evidence, (i ) R.C.S. and R.S.M. A candidate for 
admission must be as a rule not less than 17 yrs. of age. For admission to 
ist yr. Assoc. courses an Entrance examn. in Maths, and Mechanics, Chem., 
Physics, Engl., and French or German must be passed, unless equivalent 
examns. have been passed elsewhere. (The Matricn. examn. of the Univ. is 
considered equivalent provided the student has passed in " More Advanced 
Maths." and " Elem. Mechanics," and in the other subjects prescribed for the 
Entrance examn.) Candidates for admission to a 2nd yr. must pass the College 
Entrance examn. in More Advanced Maths., Mechanics, Chem., and Physics, 
unless equivalent examns. have been passed elsewhere. For admission to a 
3rd yr. candidates must have reached a standard correspondingly higher, 
(ii.) City and Guilds A candidate desiring to enter for the ist yr. of the 



IMPERIAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 143 

Assoc'ship course must be at least 16 yrs. of age and must pass entrance examn. 
in Maths, and Mechanics, Geom. Drawing, Phys., Chem., Engl., and French 
or German, unless he has passed the Matricn. examn. of the Univ., taking 
certain specified subjects, including More Advanced Maths. For admission 
to the 2nd yr. course candidates must take the easier and more advanced 
papers, Geom. and Mach. Drawing, and practical Chem. in the College examn., 
or they must have passed the Intenn. B.Sc. (Eng.) in the Univ. in Maths., 
Pure and Applied, Heat, Elec. and Magn., Eng., Drawing and Design, and 
Chem. Candidates for admission to advanced or research work in the R.C.S., 
R.S.M., or C. and G. must satisfy the Coll. authorities as to their previous 
training. 

DIPLOMA AND OTHER COURSES. Assoc'ship of each of the 3 associated 
Colls., 3 or 4 yrs. ; specially arranged courses in Advanced Sci. or Techn., 
i or more yrs., leading to the Diploma of the Imperial Coll. ; short courses 
dealing with special subjects for graduates or persons engaged in scientific 
industrial pursuits ; occasional courses to suit individual needs. 

FEES. Entrance, 2 ; Tuition, per session, for full-time Associateship 
courses of study, 62 : los. (including Union fees) ; for less than full-time 
courses, pro rata ; for advanced study, 62 : ios., excepting post-graduate 
courses in Chemical Technol., Foods and Drugs, Agric. Chemistry, Geophysics, 
and Technical Optics, which are each 22 : ios. ; for Research Work the fee is 
22 : ios. per session (including Union fees), but an additional charge may 
be made for expensive apparatus or chemicals. Graduates from other 
Institutions taking the 4th year Assoc'ship course in Botany will be charged 
fees at the Research rate of 22 : ios. 

SCHOLARSHIPS for post-grad, work: Beit Fellowships for Research, v. 
Appendix XXIII. 15 and 17 ; approx. 220 Plimmer Fellowship in Pathology ; 
100 in Botany ; and many others (v. Calendar). 

AFFILIATION, ETC. The Univ. of Sheffield is associated with the Coll. for 
Advanced Studies in the Metallurgy of Iron and Steel. Students of Hudders- 
field Technical Coll. may be admitted, subject to certain conditions, without 
examn. 

PUBLICATIONS. Annual Report ; Calendar, with list of Associates, pubd. 
by the Coll. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

NEW BUILDINGS. The unused portions of the third floor of the new build- 
ing in Prince Consort Road have been fitted up as an Examination Room, and 
a Sick Room for the use of Hostel Residents. 

NEW DEPARTMENT A Sub-Dept. of Geophysics in the Dept. of Physics. 

OTHER DEVELOPMENTS. The Governing Body have founded Fellowships 
of the College, an honorary award for distinguished old students. 9 Fellow- 
ships were awarded. 

RETIREMENT. Prof. H. B. Baker (Chemistry). 

DIPLOMAS GRANTED. A.R.C.S., 84. ; A.R.S.M., 28 ; A.C.G.I., 103 ; D.I.C., 
xoi. Total, 316.. 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 1032, including 241 graduates. Part-time : 
total, 80, including 58 graduates. In addition : 58 Research Assistants, and 
1 8 Intercollegiate students. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. B.Sc. in Science, 83 ; in Engineering, 92 ; Mgher 
degrees in Science : Ph.D., 46 ; M.Sc., 22 ; D.Sc., 8 ; higher degrees in 
Engineering : Ph.D., 4 ; M.Sc., 9 ; D.Sc., I. 



EAST LONDON COLLEGE 



Address Mile End Rd , E.I. 

CHAIRMAN OF THE COLLEGE COUNCIL Sir LYNDEN MACASSEY, K.B.E., 

K.C. 
PRINCIPAL Maj. -Gen. Sir FREDERICK B. MAURICE, K.C.M.G., CB., 

LL.D. Camb , D.Lit. 

REGISTRAR E. J. WIGNALL. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

Aeronautical Engineering Lectrs. : 

Piercy, N. A. V,, D.Sc. (Eng.) j ohn , W . j^ B .Sc., D.I.C. 

Lectr. stoner, C R., B.Sc. 
Botany 

Fritsch, F, E., Ph.D. Mim., D Sc., 

F.R.S. Prof. 

Haines, F. M., B.Sc., Ph.D. Lectr. 

Carter, Nellie, D.Sc. Birm. Lectr. 

Chemistry 

Partington, J. R., M.B.E., D.Sc, 
Mane, Prof. 

Drew, H. D. K., Ph.D., D.Sc. 

Reader. 
Lectrs. : 
Jones, D. C., D.Sc. Wales, Ph.D. 

Johns Hopkins 

Patterson, W. H., D.Sc. Mane. 
Bury, F. W., M.Sc. Mane. 
Hatt, H. H., Ph.D. 

Classics 

Earp, F. R., M.A. Camb. Prof. 
Mozley, J. H., M.A. Camb. Lectr. 
Engineering, Civil and Mechani- 
cal, v. also Aero. Eng. 
Lamb, E. H., D.S.C., M.Sc. Mane. 

Prof. 
Higgins, A. L., D.Sc. Belf. 

(Civil E.) Lectr. 
Wedgwood, G. A., M.Sc. Belf. 

(Mech. E.) Lectr. 

Brendel, F. C. L., B.Sc. Lectr. 
2 Assts. 

Engineering, Electrical [Prof. 
MacGregor-Morris, J. T., M.I.E.E. 



English Lang, and Lit. 
Nicoll, J. R. Allardyce, M.A. Glas. 
(to 30 6 33) Prof. 

Lectrs. : 

Williams, O. T., M.A. Wales. 
Budd, F. E., B.A., Ph D. 

French Lang, and Lit. 
Dechamps, J., D. es L. & Ph. 
Lie*ge Prof. 

Rozelaar, L. A.* M.A. Lectr. 

Halket, Eliz. C., M.A. Lectr. 

Seguin, Gilberte, L. es L Besan$on 

Asst. 

Geography and Geology 
Smith, H. G., B.Sc. Reader. 

Tunstall, Bessie M., B.A. Lectr. 

German Lang, and Lit. 
McClean, R. J., M.A., Ph.D. 
Komg. Lectr. 

History, Modern 

Clarke, F., M.A. Ox. Prof. 

Chew, Helena M., MA., Ph.D, 

Lond. Lectr. 



Mathematics, Pure and Applied 
Le Beau, G. S., M.A. Ox. Lectr.* 
Churchill, W. F. S., M.A. Ox. 

(Applied M.) Asst. Prof. 



* Head of Department. 
144 



EAST LONDON COLLEGE 145 

Lectrs. : Calthrop, J. E., M.A. Camb., M.Sc. 

Cooper, F. T., B.Sc. Andrews, J. P., D.Sc. 

Soal, S. G., M.A. Irons, E. J., B.Sc., Pli.D. 
Green, S. L., M.Sc. 

Saw, Grace A , M.A., B.Sc. Spanish 

, . Barragan, J. V. Lectr. 

Physics 

Robinson, H. R., Ph.D. Camb., Zoology 

D Sc. Mane., F.R.S. Prof. Mudge, G. P., A.R.C.S. 

Lectrs. : Head of Dept. 

Ferguson, A., M.A. Wales, D.Sc. Grove, A. J., M.A., D.Sc. Lectr. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Established 1892. Governed by a Council which includes the Master and 
Clerk of the Drapers' Co., and representatives of the L.C.C., the Univ., and 
the Staff. A School of the Univ. in Arts, Science, and Engin. Students pro- 
posing to take the Medical course at the London Hospital are offered special 
facilities for carrying on their studies for the Prelim. Med. Examn. Special 
Research LABORATORIES in Physics, Chem., Elec. Engin. Degree courses in 
Arts, Science, Engin. (including Aeronautical Engin.), and Med. Fee per 
session, 22 : los. Hall of Residence for men students at South Woodford, 
and Hall of Residence for women at Whipps Cross ; residence and board from 
305. a week. Calendar, is. post free. College Magazine, Old Students' 
Association. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

VISITS of Professors to other Univs. Prof. F. E. Fritsch lectured at Stan- 
ford Univ., California ; Prof. A. Nicoll lectured at Yale, Harvard, and Chicago 
Univs., U.S.A. 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 456, including 43 graduates. Part-time : 
total, 55, including 50 graduates. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. B.A., 28 ; B.Sc., 46; B.Sc. (Eng.), 15 ; Ph.D., n ; 
M.A., 2 ; M.Sc., 3 ; M.Sc. (Eng.), i. 



BIRKBECK COLLEGE 



Address Fetter Lane, E.C.4 

PATRONS THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING AND QUEEN. 

PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE THE VISCOUNT BURNHAM, Bart., G.C M.G., 
C.H., T.D., LL.D. Camb., McGill, and W. Aust , D.Litt. Durh., 
M.A. Ox., J.P. 

CHAIRMAN OF THE GOVERNORS W. L. HICHENS. 
PRINCIPAL GEORGE SENTER, D.Sc., Ph.D., F.I.C. 
SECRETARY G. F. TROUP HORNE, B.A. 
LIBRARIAN M. CLIVE HILDYARD, B A., Ph.D. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, 

Botany 

Gwynne-Vaughan, Dame Helen, 

G.B.E., LL.D. Glas., D.Sc., 

F.L.S. Prof.* 

Barnes, B. F., B.Sc., Ph.D., F.L.S. 

Lectr. 

Dtterden, H., B.Sc., Ph.D., 
A.R.C.S. Lectr. 

Special Lectrs. : 
Bolas, B. D., M.Sc. 
Taylor, G., B.Sc. Edin. 

Chemistry 

Sugden, S., D.Sc., A.R.C.S., A.I.C. 

(Phys. Chem ) Prof.* 

The Principal Prof. 

Barrow, F., M.Sc. Birm.. Ph.D, 

Stras. Lectr.* 

Myddleton, W. W., D.Sc. Betf. 

Lectr. 

Thorneycroft, F, J., B.Sc. Birm., 
M.Sc. Lectr. 

2 Demrsi 

Classics and Ancient History 
Wright, F. A., M.A. Camb. Prof.* 
Sinclair, T. A., M.A. Camb. 

Reader. 

Gould, H. E., M.A. Lectr.f 

Langsford, K. S., B.A. Ox., B.A. 
Lectr.t 



ETC. 

Economics 

Robinson, Marjorie 
M.A. Camb. 



E. 



(Mrs.), 
Lectr.t 



English Lang, and Lit. [Lectr.* 

Lobban, J. H., M.A. Aberd. 

Daunt, B. Marjorie, Final Eng. 

Hons. Ox. Lectr. (E. Lang). 

Potter, S. M., B.A. Ox. Lectr.t 

French Lang, and Lit. [Prof,* 

Tanquerey, F. J., B. es Sc. Rennes, 

D. es L. Paris, O.A. Fr. 
Wilson, Claudine L, M.A. Aberd., 
Ph.D. Reader. 

Gould, Marjorie, B.A. Lectr.f 
Aubry, Alice, L. es L. 
Clermont-Ferrand Ph.D. Lectr.f 

Geography 

Taylor, Eva G. R., D.Sc. Prof.* 
Matthews, H. A., B.A., Ph.D. 

Lectr. 

Henderson, H. C. K., M.A., B.Sc. 

Glas. Lectr. 

O'Dell, A. C., B.Sc. Lectr.t 

Unstead, J. F., M.A. Camb., D.Sc. 

Dir. of Research in 

Regional Geog. 

Geology [Reader.* 

Davies, G. MacD., M.Sc., F.G.S. 
Spath, L. F., D.Sc., F.G.S. Lectr.t 



* Head of Dept. 



t Pt.-time Lectr. 



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BIRKBECK COLLEGE 



Smithson, F., B.Sc., Ph.D., F.G S. 
Lectr.j 
German 

Bithell, J., M.A. Mane. Reader.* 
Reupke, W., Ph.D. Greifswald 

Lectr.f 

History [Reader.* 

Jones, Arthur, M.A. Mane. 
Morrell, W. P., M.A. N.Z., D.Phil. 
Ox. Reader. 

Box, P. H., B.A. Ox., Ph.D. Illm. 
Lectr. 
Italian 
Crespi, A., D.Lett. Padua Lectr.f 

Law 

Welford, A. W. Baker, M.A. 
Camb. 

(Engl Legal System, 
Com. L., Merc. L., Con- 
flict of Laws) *f 
O'MaUey, B. L. A., B.A. Camb. 

(Roman L., Hist, of 
English L.) Lectr.f 
Richardson, J. B., M.A., LL.B. 
Camb, 

(Equity, Eng. L. of Pro- 
perty, Evidence, and 
Procedure) Lectr. t 
Goitein, H., LL.D. 

(Const, and Crim. L.) Lectr.f 
Barrett-Lennard, Sir F. 

(Junspr.) Lectr. f 
Mathematics, Pure and Applied 
Smart, E. H., M.A. Camb. Lectr.* 

* Head of Dept. 



Dienes, P., D.Ph Budapest 

D. es Sc. Paris Reader 

Fox, C., M.A. Camb., D.Sc. Lectr 

Cooke, R. G., D.Sc. Lectr 

Ball, A. E., B.A. Camb. Lectr.-] 

Lawrence, B. E , M.A. Ox , B.Sc. 

Lectr.-j 

Philosophy, Psychology, andLogit 

Joad, C. E. M., M.A. Ox. Lectr.*-) 

Greenwood, T., M.A., L. es L, 

Pans, O A. (Logic) Lectr.-| 

Physics . [Prof.* 

Griffiths, A., D.Sc. Mane., A.R.C.S, 
Simons, L., D.Sc., F.Inst.P. 

Reader, 

Clack, B. W., D.Sc., PhJX, 
F.Inst.P. Lectr 

Nettleton, H. R., D.Sc. Lectr 
3 Demrs. 

Zoology 

Jackson, H. G., D.Sc. Liv. Prof.* 
Spaul, E. A., D.Sc., Ph.D. Reader 
Hitching, J. A., B.A. Camb. Lectr 
Russell, Lilian, B.Sc. Sheff., M.Sc 
Museum Asst. and Demr 



Matriculation Department 

*W. Walker, M.A. Mane., B.Sc. 
H. E. Weaver, B.Sc., Lectr. 
and 9 specialists from othei 
depts. 

t Pt.-time Lectr. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Founded 1823 by Dr. George Birkbeck " for the purpose of giving education 
to students in the principles of the arts they practise, and in the various 
branches of Science and useful knowledge." A School of the Univ. in Arts anc 
Science for evening and part-time students for 5 yrs. from. Oct. 1930. Library 
29,000 vols., including special Science Departments. Complete courses foi 
degrees in Arts and Science and also in Laws, and for the Academic Diploma in 
Geog. and for the Inst. of Chem. examns., and matncn. courses. Fees 
including subs, to Students' Union : Arts and Laws, 10 ; Science (ind. Hons 
Geog. in both Faculties), 12. Post-grad, work, 3 gs. to 5 gs. Playing Fields 
(x8 acres) at Greenford. PUBLICATIONS : Calendar, is. ; Report (annual) ; Haitian* 
Memorial Lecture ; Foundation Oration ; Lodestone t 6d. (Students, terminally) 



148 LONDON 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. Nil. 

NEW BUILDINGS. The Court of the Univ. has agreed to provide room for 
new buildings for the College on the Bloomsbury site on certain conditions. 

NEW POSTS. A Umv. Professorship in Phys. Chem. tenable at the College. 
Part-time Lectureship in Jurispr. 

STUDENTS. Part-time : total, 1175, including 34.7 graduates. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. B.A., 42 ; M.A., 5 ; Ph.D., 3 ; B.Sc., 38 ; M.Sc., i ; 
D.Sc., i ; LL.B., 2. 



LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Address Houghton St., Aldwych, W.C 2. 
Telegrams" Polecomcs, Estrand '* 

CHAIRMAN OF COURT OF GOVERNORS Rt. Hon. Sir ARTHUR STEEL- 
MAITLAND, Bart., LL D., M P. 

VICE-CHAIRMAN Sir JOSIAH STAMP, G.B.E., D.Sc., LL.D., F.B A. 

DIRECTOR Sir WM. H. BEVERIDGE, K C.B., M.A., B.C.L. Ox., LL.D. 
Aberd. and Chic., D.Sc. (Econ.). 

SECRETARY Mrs. MAIR, M.A. 
LIBRARIAN B. M. HEADICAR. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

Accountancy, v. also Com. 
Rowland, S. W , LL.B., F.C.A. 

Lectr. 
Anthropology, Social, v. also 

Ethnology 

Mahnowski, B., Ph.D. Cracow, 

D.Sc. Prof. 

Firth, R. W., M. A., Ph.D. (S) . 

Banking and Currency, v. also 

Commerce 
Gregory, T. E., D.Sc. (Econ.) 

Cassel Prof. 

Whale, P. B., M.Com. Binn., B.Sc. 
(Econ.) Reader, 

i Asst. 

Commerce and Industry, v. also 

Law, Transport 

Sargent, A. J., M.A. Ox. Prof. 
Plant, A., B.Sc. (Econ.), B.Com. 

Cassel Prof. 

Benham, F. C. C., B.Sc. (Econ.), 

Ph.D. Cassel Reader. 

Anstey, Vera, D.Sc. (Econ.) Lectr. 

Schwartz, G. L., B.A., B.Sc. 

(Econ.) Cassel Lectr. 

Paish, F. W., B.A. Camb. 

Cassel Lectr. 
3 Assts. 

(S) = Special Lectr , not on the School Staff. 
149 



Economics, v. also Russian 

Instns. and Econ. 
Robbins, L., B.Sc. (Econ.) Lond., 

M.A. Ox. Prof, 

von Hayek, F. A., Dr. Jur., Dr. Sc. 

Pol. Vienna Tooke Prof. 

The Director (Descriptive E. and 

Public Admn.), Lectr. 

Dalton, Hugh, M.A. Camb., D.Sc. 

(Econ.), Reader. 

Hicks, J. R., M.A., B.Litt. Ox. 

Lectr. 
3 Assts. 

English 

Routh, H. V., M.A. Camb., D.Lit. 
Reader, 
i Asst. 

Ethnology, v. also Anthropology 
Seligman, C. G., M.D., F.R.C.P., 
F.R.S. Prof. 

Joyce, T. A., O.B.E., M.A. Ox. 

(S). 
Finance, v. Politics 

French, v. Modern Languages 

French History and Institutions 
Vaucher, P., D. es L. Paris Prof. 



ISO 



LONDON 



Geography, v. also Commerce 
Jones, L. Rodwell, B.Sc., Ph.D. 

Prof. 
Stamp, L. D., B.A., D.Sc. 

(Econ. Geog.) Reader. 
Ormsby, Hilda, D.Sc. (Econ ) 

Reader. 
2 Assts. 

German, v. Modern Languages 

History, Economic, v. also Politics 

Tawney, R. H., B.A. Ox , Litt D. 

Mane. Prof. 

Power, Eileen E. Le P., MA., 

D.Lit. Prof. 

Beales, H. L., M.A Mane. Reader. 

Judges, A. V., B A. Lectr. 

Postan, M., M Sc. (Econ ) Lectr. 

Rowse, A. L , M A. Ox. Lectr. 

i Asst. 

Imperial Economic Relations 
Coatman, J., C.I.E., B.A. Mane, 
and Ox, Prof. 

1 Asst 

International History 
Stevenson Research Prof. 

Toynbee, A. J., B.A. Ox. 
Webster, C. K., M.A, Litt.D 
Camb , F B A 

Stevenson Prof 

International Relations 

Manning, C. A. W., M.A., B.C.L. 

Ox. Cassel Prof. 

Robinson, L. G., M.A. Ox. Reader. 

2 Assts. 

Law, v. p. 184 
Legal History 

Plucknett, T. F. T., M.A., LL.B. 
Camb. . Prof. 

Logic, Psychology, and Philo- 
sophy 
Wolf, A., M.A. Camb., D.Lit. 

(Logic and Scientific 

Method) Prof. 

Lectrs. on IndustrialPsychology : 

Bevington, Sheila, B.Sc. (Econ.) (S). 



Harding, D. W., B.A. (S). 

Myers, C. S., C.B.E., M.A., M.D., 

Sc.D. Camb., F.R.S. (S). 

Smith, May, M A., D.Sc. (S). 

Modern Languages * 

Assts. : 

Hicks, Grace, M.A. Camb. 
Hicks, W. C. R., BA., D.Phil. 

Erlangen 
Pickles, W., M.A. Leeds. 

Politics and Public Administra- 
tion 

Laski, H. J., M.A. Ox. Prof. 

Lees-Smith, Rt. Hon. H. B., M.A. 
Ox , D Sc. (Econ.) 

(Pub. Admn.) Reader. 
Finer, H., D.Sc. (Econ.) 

(Pub. Admn.) Lectr. 
Smellie, K. B., B.A. Camb. 

(Pub. Admn.) Lectr. 
2 Assts. 

Russian Institutions and Eco- 
nomics 
Meyendorff, A., D.C.L. Durh. 

Reader. 
Turin, S. P. (S). 

Shipping, v. Transport 

Social Science and Administra- 
tion 
Lloyd, C. M., M.A. Ox. 

Head of Dept. 
Eckhard, Edith V , M.A. Camb. 

Senior Tutor. 

Hart, B., M.D., F.R.C.P. (Psy- 
chiatry) (S). 
Davison, R. C., M.A. Ox. (S). 
5 Assts 

Lectrs. for Course in Mental 

Health : 

Burt, Prof. Cyril, D.Sc. (S). 

Fildes, Lucy G., B.A., Ph.D. (S). 
Hadfield, J. A., M A., M.B., Ch.B. 

(S). 
Moodie, W., M.D., M.R.C.P. (S). 



(S) -Special Lectr., not on the School Staff. 

* Preparatory for B.Sc. (Econ.), Final, or for B.Sc.^(Econ.) Intermediate; 
language courses for B.Com. are provided chiefly at King's and Univ. Colls. 



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Posthuma, Margaret, M.B., Ch.B. Statistics [Prof. 

(S). Bowley, A. L., Sc.D. Camb., F.B.A. 

Shrubsall, F. C., M.A., M.D. (S). Rhodes, E. C., B.A. Camb., D.Sc. 

Tredgold, A. F., M.D., F.R.S.E. Reader 

(S). i Asst. 

Social Biology [Research Prof. 

Hogben, L., M.A. Camb., D.Sc. Transport* v. also Commerce and 

Sociology, v. also Anthropology Law 

Ginsberg, M., M.A., D.Lit. Stephenson, W. Tetley, M.A. 

Martin-White Prof. Camb. Cassel Reader. 

Marshall, T. H., M.A. Camb. Shanahan, E. W., D.Sc. (Econ.) (S). 

Reader. i Asst. 

(S)=Special Lectr., not on the School Staff. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Founded 1895. A School of the Univ. recognized in the Faculties of 
Economics and Political Science (including Commerce and Industry), of Laws, 
and of Arts (in History, Geography, Sociology, and Anthropology). 

Matriculated students are registered as Internal students of the Univ. with 
a view to the B.Sc, Econ., B.Com., LL.B., and B.A. (with Honours in Geog., 
Sociology, Anthrop., or History, or the Pass degree with Geog.), or to Higher 
degrees. Non-matnculated students can be registered for the Academic 
Diplomas in Geography, Psychology, Public Administration, and Sociology 
and Social Administration, and for the School Certificates in Social Science, 
in Mental Health, and in International Studies. 

The lectures and classes at the School are open also, under certain conditions, 
to those who have not matriculated and do not wish to pursue a full Univ. 
course in particular to those engaged in banking, accounting, railway and 
other transport, commerce and industry, to civil servants and municipal 
officials, to teachers, and to those engaged in or qualifying for social work. To 
all these the School affords the opportunity of specialized or advanced study 
on particular topics. The School is open on the same terms to men and to 
women, and classes and lectures are given both in the day and in the evening. 

The School offers special facilities for post-graduate research, under the 
supervision of professors or otherwise. The British Library of Political and 
Economic Science, which includes the British Library of Political Science, the 
Edward Fry Library of International Law, and the Schuster Library of Com- 
parative Legislation, also contains a number of special collections, such as the 
Acworth collection on Transport, the Hutchinson collection of works in all 
languages for and against Socialism, and other collections on Trade Unionism, 
Local Government, and Public Administration. The Library is open not 
only to those who are taking courses at the School, but, by permission of the 
Director, to any person desiring to utilize it for research or consultation. 

The fee for a complete day course in Economics or Commerce, spread over 
3 or 4 years, is 78 guineas ; in Law the day fee is 26 guineas a year, and in Arts 
about 35 a year. In the case of evening students considerable reductions in 
these fees are made. The fees include privileges of Students' Common Rooms 
and Athletic Societies. Playing fields at Maiden are available for members of 
the Students' Union. 

Research Studentships, 200, in addition to fees, are offered from time to 
time, v. Appendix XXIII. 9* Scholarships are awarded on the results of the 



1 52 LONDON 

University Intermediate Examns. There are entrance scholarships, bursaries, 
and valuable prizes. 

Publications : Studies in Econ. and Pol. Sc. ; Economics,, a journal of the 
Social Sciences, quarterly, 35. 6d. (123 6d. p a.) ; Bulletin of the British Library 
of Political and Economic Science, quarterly, zs. per annum ; The Survey of 
English Law, an annual bulletin of developments in English legislation, case- 
law, and legal literature, los. 6d. ; Annual Digest of Public International Law 
Cases, about 355. ; Clare Market Review (Students, once a term). Bulletin 
with supplements of the London and Cambridge Economic Service of Statistics 
and Memoranda, bearing on the current economic position, is maintained by 
the School, in co-operation with the Univ. of Cambridge and Harvard Univ. 
Subs. 6 p.a. School Calendar, 2S. 6d. or (cloth) 35. 6d. Summary programmes 
and departmental pamphlets free. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. The Trustees of the late Lord Leverhulme, an annual grant 
of 2000 for scholarships primarily at the undergraduate stage. The Noel 
Buxton Trustees, 400 for two years' Municipal Research. 

NEW BUILDINGS. The first part of the New Library Block completed. It 
contains a new Statistical Library and Research Reading Rooms ; tutorial and 
seminar rooms ; and a new Library book-store on the " Snead " system. The 
demolition of the Passmore Edwards Hall commenced in order to make way 
for the second block in the Library reconstruction scheme. A second house 
in Clement's Inn Passage temporarily converted for the use of the Dept. of 
International Studies. 

NEW POSTS. New Chairs in International Hist, and in Econ. Science and 
Statistics. 

VISITS OF TEACHERS FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES. Public lectures were 
given by Prof. H. Kantorowicz, Prof, of Criminal Law and Procedure in the 
Univ. of Kiel, and by Pierre Denis, D. es L., Univ. de Paris. 

RESIGNATIONS. J- W. F. Rowe (Econ.), on appointment to a Lectureship 
in Econ. at Cambridge ; Dr. E. Evans-Pritchard (Anthropol.), on appointment 
as Asst. Prof, of Sociol. in the Univ. of Egypt, Cairo. 

DEATHS. Mr. W. A. S. Hewins (first Director) ; The Hon. W. Pember 
Reeves (third Director) ; Prof. Graham Wallas, Mr. G. Lowes Dickinson 
(members of the Court of Governors) ; Mr. L. R. Dicksee (Emer. Prof, of 
Accounting) ; Mr. E. G. Hemmant (Mercantile Law). 

STUDENTS. Registered students, 2935, including 818 working for first 
degrees, 579 already graduates, and 1308 part-time. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. B.Sc. (Econ.), 86 ; B.Com., 45 ; B.A., 4; LL.B., 6 ; 
M.Sc. (Econ.), 4 ; Ph.D., 19. 



SOUTH-EASTERN AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, 
WYE, KENT 

Telegrams : College, Wye. Stations : Ashford (S.R.), 5 m., Wye (S.R.) } m. 
CHAIRMAN OF GOVERNING BODY EDWARD HARDY, J.P. 
PRINCIPAL R. M. WILSON, B.Sc. (Agric.). 
ACTING SECRETARY AND BURSAR A. H. BIRD, M.A., Dip.Hort. (Wye) 

TEACHING AND RESEARCH AND ADVISORY STAFF 



Agriculture 
The Principal. 

Vickers, V. R. S., Vice-Principal. 
Fishwick, V. C., P.A.S.I., N.D.A., 

N.D.D. 

Bescoby, H. B , P.A.S.I., N.D.A. 
Tinley, N. L., N.D.A., Dip. Agr. 

(Wye). 
Hewison, N. V., Farm Manager. 

Agr. Engineering 
Davies, C., T.D.A. 
Smyth-Homewood, G. R. B., Dip. 

Agr. (Wye). 
Wardley, W. 
Martin, A. G. 
Head, R. K. 
Blezard, S. E. 

Botany 

Parkinson, S. T., B.Sc. 
Pearl, R. T., B.Sc., A.R.C S.,D.I.C. 
Harrison, R. M., B.Sc., A.R.C.S. 

Chemistry 

Harwood, S. D. F., M.A., F.I.C. 
Cole, L. W., M.Sc. (Agric.). 
Prowse, I. B., B.Sc. (Agric.), Dip. 
Agr. (Wye). 

Economics 

Wyllie, J., B.Sc. (Agric.), N.D.A,, 
N.D.D. 

Estate Management 
Haines, A. H., P.A.S.I. 
Glossop, W. G. V. 

Fruit-growing and Market Gar- 
dening 
Miskin, W. 



Hunt, J. L., Dip. Hort. (Wye). 
Lamberton, W. 

Geology and Zoology 
Brade-Birks, S. G., D.Sc. 

Poultry 

Rhodes, F. W., D.S.O. 
Fermor, C. E. 

Veterinary Science and Bacterio 

logy 

M'Ewen, A. D., M.R.C.V.S. 
Roberts, R. S., M.R.C.V.S. 

Research and Advisory Staff : 

Chemistry 

Goodwin, W., M.Sc., Ph.D. 
Martin, H., M.Sc., A.R.C.S., F.I.C. 
Furneaux, B. S., M.Sc. Dip. Agr. 
(Wye). 

Dairy Bacteriology 
Barkworth, H., M.C. 

Economics 
Wyllie, J., B.Sc. (Agric.), N.D.A., 

N.D.D. 

Knox, M. A., B.Sc., Agric. Dip. (Ox.) 
Halls, H. G. 

Entomology 

Jary, S. G., B.A., Dip. Agric 
(Camb.). 

Mycology and Hops 
Salmon, Prof. E. S., FX.S. 
Ware, W. M., M.Sc. 
Burgess, A. H., B.Sc. (Agric.) 
Dip. Agr. (Wye). 



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154 LONDON 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Founded 1894. A School of the Univ. in Science (Agric.). 

LIBRARY, 4000 vols. LABORATORIES : Chem., Biol , Bact., Mycol., Entom., 
Vet. Sd. 

The College (Residential) provides courses of instruction in Agriculture 
(British and Colonial) and Horticulture in preparation for the B.Sc. (Agric ), 
B.Sc. (Hort.), Dip. Agric. (Wye), Dip. Hort. (Wye), N.D.A., Dip. in Entomol. 
Special (2 yrs.) course for prospective planters in tropical countries. Farms, 
585 acres, comprising arable, pasture, orchards, forestry, hop plantations, 
poultry, glass-houses, and nurseries. 

The instruction meets the needs of young men who intend to farm at home or 
abroad, or desire posts as managers of estates, lecturers, and organizers in agric. 
and on the agric. staffs of Colonial Govts. The Appointments Bureau gives 
all possible assistance in placing qualified students in suitable employment. 
FEES, inclusive for board, lodging, and tuition : British subjects, 150 p. a. ; 
others, 180 p.a. Tuition only British subjects, 85; others, 115 p.a. 
Reduced fees for ratepayers of Kent, Surrey, and Sussex. 

PUBLICATIONS : Journal, Prospects. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. C. B. Edgar Bequest, 4000 z\ per cent Consols, income 
for Agricultural Research at the College. 

NEW BUILDINGS. New Chemical Laboratory. 
DEATH. A. C. Lester (Secretary and Bursar), died Oct. 14, 1932. 
STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 177, including i graduate. 
DEGREES OBTAINED. B.Sc., 8 ; M.Sc., i ; Ph.D., i. 



SCHOOL OF ORIENTAL STUDIES 



Address Fmsbury Circus, E.C.2 

PATRON H.M. THE KING. 

VISITOR THE PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

CHAIRMAN Sir S. HARCOURT BUTLER, G.C.S.I., G.C I.E , D.Lrfct., 
D.C.L. Ox. 

DIRECTOR Professor Sir E. DENISON Ross, C.I.E , Ph.D. Strass , DXit. 
DEAN C. O. BLAGDEN, M.A., D.Litt. 
SECRETARY J. H. LINDSAY, M.A. Glas. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, 

African Phonetics and Lin- 
guistics 

Lectrs. : 

Ward, Ida C., B Litt. Durh. 
Tucker, A. N., M.A. Cape, Ph D. 
Melzian, H. J., Ph.D. Berl. 
Homkman, Miss B., M.A. Cape. 

Asst. Lectr. 

A Ibanian [Lectr. * 

Jopson, N. B. f B.A. Camb. 

Amharic and Ethiopia 
Athm, Major L. F. I. 

(Amli.) Lectr.* 

Weld, H., B.Litt. Ox. Lectr.* 

Harden, Rev. J. M., M.A., D.D., 

LL.D. (Eth.) Lectr.* 

Hirschfeld, Prof. H., Ph.D. Stras. 

(Eth.) Lectr.* 

Rey, C. F. (Amh.) Lectr.* 

Arabic 

Gibb, H. A. R., M.A. Lond. and 

Edin. Prof. 

Tritton, A. S., M.A., D.Litt. Lectr. 

lies, G. E., O.B.E., M.A. Camb. 

(Sudanese) Lectr. 

Gomaa, Sheikh M. M., B.A. 

(Egyptian A.) Lectr. 
Qadir Zafir Lectr. 

Arabic Hist, and Lit. 
Fulton, A. S., M.A. 

(Classical A.) Lectr.* 



ETC. 

Armenian 
Topalian, S. Lectr. 

Assamese and Khasi [Lectr.* 
Gurdon, Lt.-Col. P. R. T., C.S.I. 

Bengali 

Page, W. S., O.B.E., B.A., B.D. 
St. And. Reader. 

Burmese 
Hertz, W. A., C.S.I. Lectr. 

Chinese 

Johnston, Sir Reginald F., 
K.C.M.G., C.BE., M.A. Ox., 
LL.D. Hongk. Prof. 

Edwards, E. Dora, M.A.. D.Lit. 

(Mandarin) Reader. 
Yumin Tao (Mandarin) Lectr. 
Steele, J., M.A., D.Lit. 

(Amoy & Swatow) Lectr.* 
Waley, A., B.A. 

(C. Poetry) Lectr.* 
Gujarati 
Kanhere, S. G. Lectr. 

Hausa 

Bargery, G. P. Lectr. 

Vischer, H. Lectr.* 

Hebrew, Modern 
Wartski, I., B.A. Lectr, 

Hindustani 

Bailey, T. G., M.A , B.D., D.Litt 
Edin. (Urdu & H.) Reader 



* On panel of additional lectrs., not on regular staff. 
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Evans, D. E., B A. (Viet.) Lectr. 
Leeson, G. E. 

(Urdu & Hindi) Lectr. 

History and Culture of British 

Dominions in Asia, especially 

India, v. also Sansk. 

Dodwell, H. H., M.A. Ox. Prof. 

Davies, C. C , Ph.D Camb. Lectr. 

History, Buddhist 
Davids, Mrs. C A. R , M A., D Lit. 
Lectr. 

History of the Near East 
Toynbee, A. J., B.A. Lectr.* 

Iranian Studies 

Bailey, H. W., M.A. West. Aust., 
B.A. Ox. Lectr. 

Japanese 

Isemonger, Commdr. N. E., R.N. 

(retd.) Lectr. 

Yoshitake, S. Lectr. 

Mere, G. Lectr.* 

Law, Indian 
FitzGerald, S. G. V , M.A. Reader. 

Law, Indian Administrative 
Way, T. A. H. Lectr.* 

Law, Ottoman ["Hon. Lectr. 

Fitzgerald, S. G. V., M.A. 

Malay 

Blagden, C. O., M.A. Ox., D.Litt. 
Rangoon Reader. 

Marathi 
Kanhere, S. G. Lectr. 

Pali 
Stede, W., Ph.D. Leip. Lectr. 

Persian 

Ross, Sir E. Denison, C.I.E., Ph.D. 

Strass., D.Lit. Prof. 

Darab, G. H., Khan Lectr. 

Haig, Sir Wolseley, K.C.I.E., 

C.S.I., C.M.G., C.B.E., M.A. 

Dublin Lectr. 



Phonetics 

Lloyd- James, A., M.A. Camb , 

B.A. Wales Reader. 

Butlin, R. T., B.A. Lectr. 

Polynesian, Melanesian, Micro- 

nesian, and Papuan 
Ray, S. H., M.A. Camb. Lectr.* 

Sanskrit 

Turner, R. L , M.C , M A , Litt.D 
Camb Prof. 

Barnett, L. D., M.A. Camb., 
Litt.D. Viet. 

(S. & Anc. Indian Hist.) 
Lectr. 

Stede, W., Ph D. Leip. Lectr. 
Rylands. C. A., B.A. Camb. 

Lectr. 

Kanhere, S. G. Lectr. 

Allan, J., M.A. Edin. 

(Oriental Palaeog.) Lectr.* 

Shan 
Tnman, Capt. H. J. Lectr.* 

Siamese 

McheU, J. Lectr.* 

Wales, H. G. Q., M.A. Camb. 

Lectr.* 

Sinhalese 
Ratnasuriya, M. D., Ph.D. Lectr. 

Swahih 
Ashton, Mrs. E. O. Lectr. 

Tamil and Telugu [Lectr. 

Pathy, C. S. K., M.A. Edm. 

Tibetan [Lectr.* 

Shuttleworth, H. Lee, M.A. Ox. 

Turkish 
Ali Riza Bey 
Topalian, S. 

Urdu, v. Hindustani 



Lectr. 
Lectr. 



* On panel of additional lectrs., not on regular staff. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Established by Royal Charter, 1916. A School of the Univ. in Arts. 
Library, 73,500 vols. Fees : 8 to 22 gs. per session ; I.C.S. probationers, 
40 gs. Scholarship (Gilchnst) of 50 in Chinese. Teaching provided in more 



SCHOOL OF ORIENTAL STUDIES 157 

than 50 languages and in the history, religions, and customs of Oriental and 
African countries. Special facilities for research work. PUBLICATIONS . 
Calendar (Sept.), is. 6d. ; Prospectus (July) ; Bulletin, 6s. per part. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. 500 from Universities China Committee for Chinese Art and 
Archaeol. ; 3000 for 3 yrs., ending June 30, 1935, from Rockefeller Foundation 
for research in African Linguistics. 

NEW DEPARTMENT. African Linguistics. 

VISITS OF TEACHERS FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES AND OF MEMBERS OF STAFP 
TO OTHER UNIVERSITIES. Prof. C. C. Berg (Leiden) on " Modern Movements 
of Islam in Indonesia " ; Prof G. Kampffmeyer (Berlin) on " Modem Move- 
ments of Islam in Egypt and Western Asia " ; Prof. Louis Massignon (Paris) 
on " Modem Movements of Islam in Africa " ; and Prof. G. Morgenstierne 
(Gothenburg) on "The Kafirs of the Hindu Rush." Sir E. Denison Ross 
visited several Univs. in the U.S.A. and lectured on Persian Hist., Art, and 
Lit. ; and Mr. A. Lloyd- James visited Upsala and Oslo and lectured on Language 
Questions. 

RETIREMENTS. A. Sabonadiere and Dr. Wickremasinghe. 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 30, including 30 graduates. Part-time : 
total, 386, including 173 graduates. 



>tai, 300, inciuomg 173 graauaies. 
DEGREES OBTAINED. B.A., 4 ; M.A., i ; Ph.D., 9. 



BEDFORD COLLEGE FOR WOMEN 



Address Inner Circle, Regent's Park, N.W.i. 

VISITOR The Most Hon the MARQUESS OF CREWE, K.G., G.C.V.O. 

CHAIRMAN OF COUNCIL Sir WILMOT HERRINGHAM, K.C.M.G., C.B., 
M.D., F.R.C.P. 

PRINCIPAL Miss G. E. M. JEBB, M.A. Camb. 
RESIDENT TUTOR Miss M. A. CULLIS, O.B.E., M.A. Ox. 
SECRETARY Miss O. E. MONKHOUSE, M.B.E., B.A. 
REGISTRAR Miss E. M. E. HAYDON, M.A. 
LIBRARIAN Miss J. A. PATERSON. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

Botany [Prof. 

Jones, W. Neilson, M.A. Camb. 
Halket, Miss A. C., B.Sc. Lectr. 
Garside, S., M.Sc. Mane. Lectr. 

1 Demr. (part-time). 
Chemistry, Inorganic and Physical 

Spencer, J. F., Ph.D. Bres., D.Sc. 
Liv., F.I.C. Prof. 

Trew, Miss V. C. G., Ph.D. 

Jr. Lectr. 

2 Demrs. 



Chemistry, Organic [Reader. 

Turner, E. E., M.A. Camb , D Sc. 

Lesshe, Miss M. S., M.A., B.Sc., 

Ph D. St. And. Jr. Lectr. 

i Demr. 

Classics [(Greek) Prof. 

MacGregor, J. M., M.A. Ox. 
Tarrant, Miss D., MA. Camb., 

M.A., Ph.D. Lond. Reader. 
Williamson, Harold, M.A. Ox. 

(Latin) Prof. 
Furness, Miss S. M. M., Class. Trip. 

Camb. Lectr. 

Andrewes, Miss M., M.A. Lectr. 
i Asst. (part-time). 

Dutch 

Geyl, P., Litt.D. Leyden Prof. 
Weevers, T. Lectr. 



Economics, v. Social Studies 
English Language and Medieval 

Lit. 

Thomas, P. G., M.A. Camb., 
Litt D. Liv. Prof. 

1 Asst. (part-time). 

English Literature 
Abercrombie, L , M.A. Liv., 

D.Litt. Camb. Prof. 

Ellis-Fermor, Miss U. M., M.A., 

B.Litt. Ox. Reader. 

Covernton, Miss A. B. Lectr. 

Butt, J.E.,B. A., B.Litt. Ox. Lectr. 

French Language and Medieeval 
Lit. [Sr. Lectr. 

Johnson, Miss F. C., M.A. 
Terry, Mrs., M.A. Lectr. 

French Literature 

Eccles, F. Y., M.A. Ox. Prof. 

Legros, Ren6 P., M.A. Edin. and 

Ox. Reader. 

Geography 

Hosgood, Miss B., B.A. Reader. 
Smee, Miss D. K., M.A., Ph.D. 

Lectr. 
Timberlake, Miss E. M., B.Sc. 

Jr. Lectr. 

2 visiting Lectrs. 



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Geology [Reader. 

Hawkes, L., D.Sc. Durh., F.G.S. 
Dix, Miss E., M.Sc. Wales Lectr. 
i Demr (part-time). 

German 

Robertson, J. G., M.A. Glas., Ph D. 
Leip., Hon Litt.D. Mane, and 
Dub., F.B.A. Prof. 

Massey, Miss I. M., Ph.D. Marb. 

Reader. 
Haltenhoff, A. G. Lectr. 

History, Ancient [Reader. 

Gary, M., M.A., DXitt. Ox. 

History, Modern 

Penson, Miss L., Ph.D. Prof. 

Tooley, Miss M. J., M.A. Lectr. 
Darlington, R. R., Ph.D. Reading 
Lectr. 
i Asst. 

Italian 

Dobelli, S'rina E. B. Sr. Lectr. 
Jeffery, Miss V. M., D.Lrt. Lectr. 

Mathematics [Prof. 

Hilton, Harold, M.A., D.Sc. Ox. 
Marshall, J., M.A., D.Sc. St. And. 
Reader. 
Fowler, Mrs., M.A. 

Lectr. (part-time). 
Jervis, Miss S. D., M.Sc. Lectr. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Founded 1849. A School of the Univ. in Arts and Science. Tate LIBRARY 
and Wernher Reading-Room contain 44,399 volumes. Special facilities foi 
Research work in the LABORATORIES (Bact., Bot., Chem., Geol., Physics, 
PhysioL, Psych., and Zool.). 

Minimum age for admission, 18. Students are prepared for all examns 
of the Univ. of London in Arts and Science. In Medicine the College is 
recognized hy the Univ. for purposes of the First M.B., and in Chem. and 
Physiol. for the Second M.B. Examn. 

RESIDENTIAL accommodation for 75 students in the Coll. and 152 at the 
College Houses. FEES (Inclusive Sessional), for tuition: Interm. Arts 42 
gs. ; B.A. 31 to 38 gs. ; M.A. 8& to 15 gs. ; Inteim. Science and B.Sc, 
Pass 53 gs.; B.Sc. Hons. 38 to 53 gs. ; M.Sc. and Ph.D. 15 to 21 gs, 
Residence with board 76 to 100 gs. Union Society 153. ; Athletic Union 
235. 

SCHOLARSHIPS for graduates : One (Lady Huggins) in Sociology, awarded 
from time to time ; one (Amy Lady Tate) for research in Arts or Science, 



Philosophy 

Edgell, Miss B., DXitt. Wales 

Ph.D. Wiirz. Prof. (Psych.) 

Stebbing, Miss L. S., D.Lit. Reader 

Harrower, Miss M. E.. Temp. Lectr 

1 Asst. (part-time). 
Physics 

Wilson, W., Ph.D. Leip., D.Sc. 

F.R.S. Prof 

Saltmarsh, Miss M. O., Math. Trip 

and Nat. Sci. Trip. Camb. 

Ph.D. Reader 

2 Demrs. 
Physiology 

Edkins, Mrs., D.Sc. Reader, 

Murray, Miss M. M. A., M.Sc. 

(Biol. Chem.) Lectr 

1 Demr. 

Social Studies and Economics 
Reid, Mrs , M.A. Camb. Director. 
The Principal (Econ.) Lectr 

Williams, Mrs., B.A. Mane. 

(Econ.) Lectr, 

Pinchbeck, Miss L, M.A., Ph.D. 
(Econ Hist.) Lectr. (part-time), 

2 Visiting Lecturers. 
Zoology 

Boulenger, C. L., M.A. Camb., 
D.Sc. Birm. Prof, 

Hett, Miss M. L., B.Sc. Lectr. 
i Demr. 



160 LONDON 

125 p.a. for 2 yrs. ; Gamble (tuition fees) ; Notcutt Travelling Student- 
ship, 200 for session 1933-34. 

PUBLICATIONS : Calendar t post free, 35. 6d. ; B.C. Magazine (Students). 
THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. An anon, prize of 10 for the Dept. of Zool. The prize 
has been promised for 7 yrs. to enable a student to attend a vacation course in 
Marine Biol. Bequest of 500 from the late Mrs. Hugo Muller, a Governor 
of the Coll. 

NEW BUILDINGS. Two rooms have been added to the Residence. Library 
reconstructed from a one-storied building into a two-storied building with a 
Stack Room on the ground floor and a Reading Library and addnl. offices on 
the first floor. 

NEW POSTS. A Jr. Lectr. and a Demr. instead of 2 Demrs. in the Dept. of 
Organic Chem. 

CHANGE IN REGULATIONS. Candidates for the Entrance Examn. now do 
their written papers at their schools. 

DEATH. Miss V. HazHtt (Psychol.) died April 19, 1932. 

STUDENTS. Full-time: total, 659, including 36 graduates. Part-time: 
total, 22, including 14 graduates. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. B.A., 105 ; B.Sc., 52 ; M.A., 5 ; M.Sc., 4 ; Ph.D., 2 
(Arts); D.Lit., i; DSc., i. 



ROYAL HOLLOWAY COLLEGE FOR WOMEN 

Address Englefield Green, Surrey. 

CHAIRMAN OF THE GOVERNORS The LORD ASKWITH, K C.B , D.C.L. 
PRINCIPAL Miss E. C. HIGGINS, B A. 
SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNORS Miss U. R. DOLLING. 
PRINCIPAL'S ASSISTANT AND LIBRARIAN Miss U. BURTON, B.A. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

Botany [Sr. Lectr. 

Blackwell, Miss E. M., M.Sc. Liv. 

Madge, Miss M A. P., Ph.D., B.Sc. 

Asst. Lectr. & Demr. 



Chemistry 

Moore, T. S., M.A. Ox. Prof. 

Boyle, Miss M., D.Sc. Staff Lectr. 
Ross, Miss K. I , B.A., B.Sc. Ox. 
Asst. Lectr. & Demr. 

Classics 

Sleeman, J. H., M.A. Prof. 

Taylor, Miss M. E. J., M.A. Dub. 
Sr. Lectr. 
Woodward, Miss A., M.A. Lectr. 

English [Sr. Lectr. 

WiUcock, Miss G. D,, M A. 
Green, Miss H. A., M.A. Lectr. 
Gardner, Miss H. L , B.A. Ox. 

Asst. Lectr. 

French [Sr. Lectr. 

Honey, Miss M. E. D., M.A. 
McWilliam, Miss N., M.A. Edin. 

Lectr. 
North, Miss M. E., M.A. Dub. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Olgiati, Mile. D. (Conversation) 

Assistante. 



German 

Delp, Miss W. E., D. de 1'Univ. 
Paris Sr. Lectr. 

Richey, Miss M. F., M.A., D.Lit. 

Asst. Lectr. 

History [Prof. 

Johnstone, Miss Hilda, M.A. Mane. 

Powell, Miss I. G., M.A. Lectr. 

Smalley, Miss B., B A. Ox., Ph D. 

Mane. Asst Lectr. 

Mathemat^cs [Prof. 

Baker, B. B., D.Sc. Edin., M.A. 

Rowell, Miss E. M. Sr. Lectr. 

Pick, Miss M., M.A. Lectr. 

The Principal Lectr. 

Physics 

Horfcon, F., Sc.D. Camb., M.Sc. 

Birm., D.Sc., F.R.S. Prof. 

Smith, C. J , Ph.D. Lectr. & Demr. 

Huggett, Miss E. D., B.A. Camb. 

Asst. Demr. 

Art 

Drawing and Painting 
Carey, C. W. Teacher. 

Music [Lectr. & Director. 

Barker, Miss S. M. 
3 Visiting Teachers. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Opened in 1886. 19 miles from London. A School of the Univ. in Arts 
and Sci. LIBRARY, 23,300 vols. LABS. : Bot., Chem., Physics : Botanic 
Gardens. Area, 95 acres. Residential accommodation ;for over 200 students 
and staff. Courses for first and higher degrees in Arts and Sci. Incl. FEES : 
144 a yr. Entrance Schps., 80, etc. ; post - graduate studentships. 
PUBLICATIONS : Calendar, 2S. post free ; R.H.C. Letter (Old Students' Assn.). 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 209, including 6 graduates. 
DEGREES OBTAINED. B.A., 44 ; B.Sc., 24. 

i& M 



WESTFIELD COLLEGE, HAMPSTEAD 

Address Kidderpore Avenue, N.W. 3. 

CHAIRMAN OF COUNCIL The Rt Hon Sir THOMAS INSKIP, C B E., 
K.C , M.P. 

PRINCIPAL Miss D. CHAPMAN, M A. St. And 
PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



French [Reader. 

Turquet, Mme., M.A., D.Lit. 

Lecturers : 

Crosland, Mrs., M.A. (part-time) 
Turquet, A , L es L , Chev. Leg. 
d'H. (part-time). 

History 

Prof. 

Martin, Miss E. C., M.A., Ph.D. 
(Imp H.) Reader. 

Thornton, Miss G. A., Ph D. 

Lectr. 

Mathematics, Pure and Applied 

Stanley, Miss G. K., M.Sc., B.Sc. 

Ox. Reader. 

Sargent, Miss W. L. C., M A. 6imb. 

Lectr. 



Biochemistry 

McKie, Miss P. V , Ph.D. Wales, 
D.Sc. Lectr 

Botany [Reader., 

Delf, Ellen M., D.Sc., F.L S 
Grubb, Miss V. M., M.Sc , D.Sc. 

Lectr. 
Martin, Miss M T., M Sc Demr 

Classics 

Lecturers * 

Parker, Miss C. E., M JL Ox. 
Dyson, G. W., M A. Camb 
Barratt, Miss C., M.A. Ox. 

English Lang, and Lit. 

Davis, B. E. C., M.A Ox. Reader. 

Serjeantson, Miss M. S , M.A. Liv., 

D.Phil. Ox. Reader. 

Lea, Miss K. M , M.A. Ox. Lectr. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Founded in 1882 by Miss Dudm. Brown, the college is undenominational, but 
the Principal must be a member of the Church of England. Near the S.W. 
corner of Hampstead Heath ; residential accomm. for 116 students. A School 
of the Univ. in Arts, 

Students are not admitted under the age of 18, and are required to pass 
an Entrance examn. Approved courses (Hons. and Pass) in the Fac. of Sci. 
in Hot. and Maths, are provided, as well as in Arts. Two Research Student- 
ships are offered each year to graduates of any Univ., v. App. XXIII. i. 
Fees : tuition from 38 to 53 gs., residence 90 per session There is an Old 
Students' Assocn. Publications : Prospectus (July) ; Report (October) ; Hermes 
(Students' Mag.). 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

RETIREMENT. Miss E. J. Fry (Botany). 
STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 154, including 10 graduates. 
DEGREES OBTAINED. B.A., 32 ; B.Sc., 9 ; M A,, i ; Ph D , 3. 

162 



KING'S COLLEGE OF HOUSEHOLD AND 
SOCIAL SCIENCE 

Address Campden Hill Road, \V.8. 
WARDEN Miss HELENE REYNARD, M.A. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

Biology [Reader. Craig, Marjorie Asst. Lectr 

Esdaile Philippa C., D.Sc. Hygiene and Bacteriology 

Crofts, Dons, M.Sc. Lectr. p roc t or , Ruth, M.A., M.B 

Chemistry Ch.B., D.P.H. Lectr 

Tinkler, C. Kenneth, D.Sc. Prof, ^kes C. E Q.B.E., M D. Edin. 



Jackman, Agnes, B.Sc. Lectr. M ' Sc -' D - RH - Lectr 

Paterson, M. Joyce, M.A. Physiology 

Asst. Lectr. Mottram, V. H., M.A. Prof 

Economics and Business Affairs Haxtwell, Gladys, D.Sc. Lectr 

Reynard, Helene, M.A. Lectr. Clifford, Winifred M., M.Sc. 

Stanners, Harold, B.Sc. (Econ.) Asst. Lectr 

Lectr. Physics 

Household Work Dillon, Teresa J., M.Sc. Lectr 

Lindsay, Jessie Sr. Lectr. Andrewes, U., Ph.D. Asst. Lectr 

Wood, Edith Lectr. Psychology 

Tress, Helen Lectr, Jenkin, A M , M A. Lectr 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Formerly a dept. of King's Coll. for Women ; since 1928 an independenl 
School of the Univ. Residential accommodation (Queen Mary's Hostel) fo] 
120 students. 

Full degree courses for B.Sc. in Household and Social Science. Fees : Foi 
tuition, 45 gs. ; residence, 75 to 93 gs. per session. 

Publication : Students 9 Magazine. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

NEW BUILDINGS. Extensions to Physics Dept. and Household Arts Dept 
completed. 

NEW DEPARTMENT AND POST. Dept. and part- time Lectureship in Psycho- 
logy instituted. 

OTHER DEVELOPMENTS. Alternative Degree Course for Social Workers 
started. 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 200, including 2 graduates. Part-time, 7, 
DEGREES OBTAINED. B.Sc., H. and Soc. Sc., 18. 



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THEOLOGICAL SCHOOLS OF THE 
UNIFERSITT 

APPOINTED AND RECOGNIZED TEACHERS 

In the following list the names of the Theological Schools are in- 
dicated by symbols thus : 



HACKNEY AND NEW COLLEGE, 

HAMPSTEAD (N.). 

KING'S COLLEGE THEOLOGICAL DEPT. 

(KT.). 

Theology 
*Bicknell, Rev. Prof. E. J., M.A., 

D.D Ox. (KT.). 

*Clogg, Rev. F. B., M.A. Camb., 

B.D Reader (R.). 

Davies, Rev. W. A., M.A. Ox. and 

Wales, B.D. (N.). 

Dearme^Rev P., D.D. Ox. (KT.). 
Farrer, Rev. A. J. D., B.A. (N.). 
Garvie, Rev. A. E., M.A. Glas. and 

Ox.,D.D.Glas.,D.Th. (N.). 
Gilbert, Rev. T. W., M.A., D.D. 

Ox. (J.). 

Hanson, Rev. R., M.A. Ox., B.D. 

(KT.). 

*Hardman, Rev. Prof O, D.D., 

M.A. (KT.). 

Hollis, Rev. F. J., D.D. (KT.). 
*Hooke, Prof. S. H., M.A. Ox., 

B.D., B.A. (KT.). 



RICHMOND COLLEGE (R.) 

ST. JOHN'S HALL, HIGHBURY (J.) 

* JenMns, Rev. Prof. C., M.A. Ox , 

F.S.A. (KT.). 

Nowell-Rostron, Rev. S. (J.). 
Oesterley, Rev. W. D. E., D.D., 

M.A. (KT.). 

"Relton, Rev. Prof. H. M., D.D 

(K.T.). 

Robinson, Rev. H. W., D.D. Edin., 

M.A. Ox. and Edin. (N.). 
*Smith, Rev. Prof. C. R., B.A., 

D.D. (R.). 

Smith, Rev. F. H., D.D. (KT.). 
Smith, Rev. H., M.A. Camb., D.D. 

(JO- 

Tasker, Rev. R. V. G., M.A. Camb. 
(KT.). 

*Waterhouse, Rev. Prof. E. S, 

M.A., D.D. (R.). 

Woolf, Rev. B. L., M.A., Ph.D., 

B.D., B.Sc. Edin. (N.). 



* Appointed Teacher. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

HACKNEY AND NEW COLLEGE, HAMPSTEAD (Congregational), 
Finchley Road, N.W.3. Principal Rev. A. E. Garvie, M.A., D.D., D.Tn. 
SecretaryRev. H. Staiaes, M.A., B D. 

New College, founded hi 1696 and reconstituted in 1850, and Hackney 
College, founded in 1803, were merged into one institution in 1924. Library, 
75,000 vols. Sessional fee, 6 gs. for each class. " Internal " students 29. 

KING'S COLLEGE, THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT (Church of Eng- 
land), Strand, W.C.2. Dean Rev. R. Hanson, M.A., B.D. Secy. S. T. 
Shovelton, M.A. Founded 1829 (v. King's Coll.). Complete courses for all 
Theol. degrees. Day and Evg. Classes. Fees: for tuition, undergraduate 
courses, 32 per session ; evening classes, 5 gs. per term. Hostel for students: 

164 



THEOLOGICAL SCHOOLS 16 

fee for residence, 22 per term. Full-time students, 24.0 ; internal student 
of the University, 87. The College grants A.K.C. Diploma in Theology. 

RICHMOND COLLEGE, Surrey. Principal Rev. Prof. C. Ryder Smitt 
B.A., D.D. Secy, of Staff Rev. L. F. Church, B.A., Ph D. 

Opened 1843. Students are accepted candidates for Ministry of th 
Methodist Church, but other Univ. students may be admitted. Residents 
accommodation for 60. " Internal " students 21. Diploma students 42. 

ST. JOHN'S HALL, HIGHBURY, Avenell Rd., N.5 (Church of England 
Principal Rev. T. W. Gilbert, M.A., D.D. Hon. Secy, of Council Rev. Pre 
bendary H. W. Hinde, M.A. 

Founded and endowed 1863 by Dr. A. Peache, Chancellor of the Westen 
Univ. of Canada. Courses for L.Th. Durham as well as for B.D. of London 
Fees : Entrance, 2 gs. ; board and tuition, 93. Residential accommodatio] 
for 70 students. 



MEDICAL SCHOOLS OF THE UNIVERSITY 



RECOGNIZED TEACHERS 

Note. In the following list the names of the Medical and other 
Schools are indicated by letters thus : 



ST. BART.'S HOSP. MED. COLL (B.). 
BETHLEM ROYAL HOSPL. (Bm.). 

CANCER HOSPL. (Can.)- 

CHARING CROSS HOSPL. MED. SCH. (C.) . 
ROYAL DENTAL HOSPL. OF LOND 

SCH. OF DENT. SURG. (D.). 

GUY'S HOSPL. MED. SCH. (G.). 

LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE 

AND TROPICAL MEDICINE (H.). 
KING'S COLL. HOSPL. MED. SCH. 

(KM.). 
LONDON HOSPL. MED. COLL. (L.). 



LISTER INSTITUTE (LI.). 

LONDON (R F.H.) SCH. OF MED. 

FOR WOMEN (LW.). 

MIDDLESEX HOSPL. MED. SCH. (M.). 
MAUDSLEY HOSFL. (My.). 

SCH. OF PHARMACY (P.). 

ST. GEORGE'S HOSPL. MED. SCH. (SG.). 
ST. MARY'S HOSPL. MED. SCH. (SM.). 
ST. THOMAS'S HOSPL. MED. SCH. (T.). 
UNIV. COLL. HOSPL. MED. SCH. (UM.). 
WESTMINSTER HOSPL. MED. SCH. (W.). 



and names of certain institutions having recognized teachers thus : 

BROMPTON HOSPL. FOR CONSUMP- 
TION (BH.). 

HOSPL. FOR SICK CHILDREN (SCh.). 

NATIONAL HOSPL. FOR DISEASES 

OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM (NH.) 



ROYAL LONDON OPHTHALMIC 
HOSPL. (Oph.). 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR MEDI- 
CAL RESEARCH (MR.). 



Anesthetics 

Boyle, H. E. G., M.R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. (B ). 

Chaldecott, J H., L.R.C.P. (SM.). 

Daly, A.S.,L.R.C.P.,M.R.C.S. (M.). 

Gandy, E. W., O.B.E., B.A Camb , 

L.R.C P , M.R.C S. (W ) 

Hughes, C. H. M., O B.E., M.B., 

B S., L.R.C.P , M R.C.S. 

(KM.). 

Idris, A. E. W., L.R C.P., M.R C.S. 

(M.)- 

Jones, W. H , M.B., B S , L.R.C.P , 

M.R.CS (C.). 

Mennell, Z, M.B., L.R C.P., 

MR.CS. (T.). 

Richards, H. A., M.A. Camb. 

(KM.). 



Shipway, Sir F. E., K.CV.O., 
MA.,M.D.,BCh.Camb (G). 
Sprott, Barbara, M.B., B.S. 

(LW). 

Anatomy [Prof. (T.). 

Clark, W. E. Le G.. F.R.C.S 
Harris, H. A., B.Sc. Wales, D.Sc., 
M.B., B S., L.R.C.P., 
M.R.C.S. (Clin. A.) 

Prof. (UM.). 
Frazer, J. E. S., F.R.C.S. 

Prof. (SM.). 

Johnston, T. B . M.B., Ch B. Edin. 
Prof. (G.). 

Keene, Mrs. M. F. L., M.B., B.S. 
Prof. (LW.). 

Mitchiner, P. H., M.D., M.S., 
L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. (T.). 



(B), (Bm.), etc., v. Note above. 
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MEDICAL COLLEGES 



Robinson, R. H. O. B , M.A., M.B., 
M.Ch. Camb , F.R.C.S. (T.). 
Stibbe, E. P., F.R.C.S., L.R C.P. 

(L.). 
Woollard, H. H., M.D., B.S. Melb., 

D.Sc. Prof. (B). 

Wright, W., D Sc Bir., M.B., Ch.B. 

Mane , F.R.C.S. Prof. (L.). 
Yeates,T.,M.B.,C.M.Edm.,B.Hy.. 

D.P.H. Durh. Prof. (M.) 
Bacteriology, v. also Path. 
Bamforth, J., M.D., Ch.B., D.P.H. 

Liv., M.R C.P., M.R C.S. (T.) . 
Bulloch, W., MD., C.M., LL.D. 

Aberd., F.R.S. (recogd. in 

Path.) Goldsmiths' Prof. (L.). 
Douglas, S. R., F.RS., L.RCP., 

M.R.C.S. (MR.). 

Dudgeon, L. S., C.M.G., C.BE., 

F.R.C.P. (T.). 

Dukes, C. E., O.B.E., M.D Edin., 

M.Sc,DP.H. (KM.). 

Duncan, J. T. (H.). 

Eyre, J. W. H., M.D., M.S. Durh., 

D.P.H. Camb. Prof. (G.). 
Fleming, A., M.B., F.R.C.S. (SM.) 
Freeman, J., MA, D.M., B Ch. 

Ox. (SM.). 

Garrod, L. P, M.A., M.B., BCh. 

Camb., M.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 

(B.). 
Goadby, Sir Kenneth W., K.B.E., 

L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., L.D.S., 

D.P.H. Camb. (UM.). 

Hunt, E. L., D.P.H. Camb., M.B., 

B.S., L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. (also 

in Path.) (SG.). 

Ledingham, J. C. G., C.M.G., 

M.A., M.B., Ch.B., D.Sc. 

Aberd., F.R.S. Prof. (LI.). 
Lovell, R., M.Sc. Mane., 

M.R.C.V.S., D.V.S.M. (H.). 
Nabarro, D. N., B.Sc., M.D., 

D.P.H., F.R.C.P. (S.Ch.). 
Okell, C. C., M.C., B.A., M.B., 

B.Ch. Camb., M.R.C.S., 

M.R.C.P., D.P.H., D.T.M. & 

H. Prof. (UM.). 



Petrie, G. F , M.D., Ch B. Aber 

(LI 

Rosher, A. B., L.R C.P., M.R.C.S 

D.P H (C 

Ross, Joan M., MB, B.S 

M.R C.P., M.R C S. (LW 

Schutze,H.L.,M.D Wurzb. (LI 

Topley,W.W. C., M.A., M.D., B C 

Camb., F.RCR, M.R.C.S. 

Prof. (H 

Whitby, L. E. H., M.A., M.I 

M.R.C.P., M.R C.S., D.P H 

(M 

Wilson, G. S., M.D., B.< 

M.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., D.P.H 

Prof. (H 

Wright, Sir A. E., K.B.E., C.B. 

Prof. (SM 

Bio-Chemistry, v. also Chei 

Path. 

Dodds, E. C., M V O., M D., B.: 
D.Sc., M.R.C.S. Prof. (M 
Gulland, J. M., M.A. Ox., D.S 
Ed , Ph.D. St. Andr. 

Reader (L3 

Lawrence, R. D , M A ,M.D., Ch. 

Aberd. (KM 

McLean, Ida S , D.Sc. (L] 

Raistrick, H., B.A. Camb., D.i 

Leeds Prof. (E 

Reeves, H. G., D.Sc., M.Sc., Ph. 

Birm. (I 

Robertson, A., M.B., B.Ch. Edi 

Reader (B 

Robison, R., Ph.D. Leip., D.S 

F.I.C. Prof. (LI 

Ryffel, J. H., M.A:, B.Ch. Cam 

B Sc., F.I.C. (recogd. 

Forensic Med ) Reader (C 

Wooldridge, W. R., Ph.D. Cam 

M.Sc., M.R.C.V.S. (t 

Zilva, S. S. (L] 

Biology 

Cunnington, W. A., M.D. (I 
Evans, T. J., M.A. Ox. (C 

Leigh-Sharpe, W. H., B.Sc. (S3V 
Mudge, G. P., A.R.C.S. (L.. L\^ 



(B), (Bm.), etc., v. Note on p. 166. 



i68 



LONDON 



Rushton, W., A.R.C.S. (T.). 

Woodger,J.H.,B.Sc. Reader (M.). 

Chemistry 
Candy, H. C. H., B.A., B.Sc., 

F.I.C. (L.). 

Ellis, G W., O.B.E., DSc. (SM.). 
Gibson, C. S., O.B.E., M.A. Ox. 

and Camb., B.Sc. Ox., M.Sc. 

Mane., F.I.C. Prof. (G.). 

Hurtley, W. H., D.Sc. Reader (B.) . 
Lowndes, J., F.I.C. (T.). 

Plimmer, R. H. A., D.Sc Prof. (T.) . 
Tuck, W. B., D.Sc. Prof. (M.). 
Widdows, Sybil T., B.Sc., F.I.C. 



Chemistry as applied to Hygiene 

Delafield, M. E.. B.A., M.B , B.Ch., 

D P.H. Camb., L.R.C P., 

MR.C.S. Prof (H.). 

Chemistry, Pathological, v. also 

Bio-Chem. 

de Wesselow, O. L. V., M.B , B.Ch. 

(T.). 

Harington, C. R., B.A. Camb., 
Ph.D. Edin. Prof. (UM.). 
Cook, J. W., Ph.D., D.Sc. 

Reader (Can.). 

Lynch, G. R , O B E., M.B , B S., 

D.P.H. (SM.). 

Mann, S. A., B Sc. (My.). 

Chemistry, Physiological 
Gardner, J. A., M.A Ox., F.I.C. 

Reader (LW., SG.). 
Dentistry, v. infra 
Dermatology 

Barber, H. W., B Ch., M.B., M.A. 

Camb , F.R.C.P. (G.). 

Davis, H. D., B.A., B.M., B.Ch. 

Ox., F.R.C.S. (LW.). 

Dore, S. E., M.A., M.D., B Ch. 

Camb,, F.R.C.P. (W., T.). 

Drake, J. A., M.D., D.P.H. (KM.). 

Freshwater, D. H, M.A., M.D. 

Camb. (SG.). 

Graham-Little, Sir E., B.A Cape, 

MD., F.R.C.P., M.R.CS., 

M.P. (SM.). 



Gray, A. M. H., C.B.E., MD, 
B.S., F.R.C.S., F.R C P. 

(UM ). 

MacCormac, H. (v. also Med., infra) 

(M.). 

O'Donovan, W. J., M.D. (L.). 

Roxburgh, A. C., M.A, M.D, 

B.Ch., F.R C P. (B). 

Thomson, M. S, M.A, M.D. 

Camb., M R C P , M.R.C.S. 

(KM). 

Wigley, J. E. M , M B , B S. Melb., 
M.RCP. (C). 

Dietetics [Prof (T). 

Cowell, S. J., B.A., M.B, B Ch 
Camb , M R.C.P., M.R.C S. 

Diseases of Children 

Bamngton-Ward, L. E., M.Ch. 

Edin., F.R.C.S. (SCh). 

Cameron, H. C., M.A Camb. and 

Glas., M.D. Camb., F.R.C P. 

(G.). 

Chodak-Gregory, Hazel, M.D., 
M R.C.P. (LW.). 

Frew, R. S., M D., Ch.B. Edin. 

(SCh.). 

Hamilton, C. K. J., M.A., M.B., 

B Ch. Ox., M.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 

(C.). 

Harris, C. F., M.D., M.R.C.P., 

M.R.C.S. (B.). 

Hutchison, R , M.D., C.M. Edin., 

F.R.CP. (SCh). 

Jewesbury, R. C., M.A., M.D. Ox., 

F.R.C.P. (T.). 

Maitland- Jones, A. G., M D., B S. 

(L.). 

Paterson, D. H , B A., M D. Edin , 
Ch B. Manitoba, F.R C.P. 

(W.). 

Pearson, W. J., D.S.O., M.C., 
M.A., D.M., B.Ch. Ox., 
F.R.C.P. (UM.). 

Poynton, F. J., M D., F.R.C.P. 

(SCh., UM.). 

Sheldon, W. P. H., M D., M.R.C P 
(KM.). 



(B), (Bm.), etc., v. Note on p. 166. 



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169 



Tallerman, K. * H., M A., M D. 

Camb , M.R C.P , M.R C.S 

(L). 
Thursfield, J. H , D.M., M.A. Ox., 

F.R.C.P. (SCh., B.). 

Entomology, Medical 
Buxton, P A , M.A. Camb , 
L.R C P., M R.C.S. 

Reader (H). 

Wigglesworth, V. B , M A., B Ch. 
Camb. (H.). 

Epidemiology and Vital Statistics 

Edge, P. G., O.B.E. (H.) . 

Greenwood, M., D.Sc., F.R.C.P., 

M.RCS., F.R.S. Prof (H). 

Woods, Hilda M. (H.). 

Forensic Med., v. also Bio-Chem., 

Chem. Path. 
Brend, W. A., M.A. Camb., M D., 

B.Sc. (C.) 

Day, H. B., M.D., B.S., F.R.C.S. 

(KM.). 
Jones, G., M.A., B.M., B.Ch. Ox., 

L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S, L.S.A., 

D.P.H. (L). 

Lynch, G. R., M.B., B.S., D.P.H. 

(W.). 
Lyster, R. A., M.D., Ch.B., B.Sc. 

(Pub. Health), D.P.H. Birm., 

B Sc (also in Hyg.) (B.). 
Ryffel, J. H., M.A., B.Ch. Camb., 

B Sc., F.I.C. Reader (G ). 
Smith, E., M.D., L.R.C.P., 

MR C.S. (T). 

Spilsbury, Sir Bernard H., M.A., 

B.M , B.Ch. Ox (LW.). 

Willcox, Sir Win, H., K.C.I.E., 

C.B., C.M.G., M.D., B.Sc., 

F.R.C.P. (SM.). 

Gyncscology and Obstetrics 
Banister, J. B., M.A., M.D., B.Ch., 

F.R.C.P. (C.). 

Barris, J. D., B.A., M.B., B.Ch. 

Camb., F.R.C.S (B.). 

Bonney, W. F. V., M.D., M.S., 

B.Sc., F.R.C.S. (M.). 



Bourne, A. W., B.A., M.B., B.Ch. 

Camb., F.R.C.S. (SM.). 

Brews, R A., M.D., MS., 

M.R.C.P., F.RC.S. (L.). 

Browne, F. J., M.D , Ch.B. Aberd., 

D.Sc. Edin. 

Prof, of Obst. Med. (UM.). 
Chappie, H., M.A., M.Ch., M.B. 

Camb., B.Sc., F R C.S (G.). 
Cook, F., MB., BS., B.Sc., 

F.R.C.S. (G.). 

Dearnley, Gertrude, M.D. (LW.). 
Dodd, S., M.A., M.B., B.Chir. 

Camb. (W.). 

Donaldson, M., B.A., M.B., B Ch. 

Camb., F.R.C.S. (B.). 

Gilhatt, W., M.D., M.S., F.R.C.S. 

(KM.). 

Goodwin, A., M.D., B.S., F.R.C.S. 

(W.). 
Hedley, J. P., M.A., M.Ch., M.B. 

Camb., F.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. 

(T.). 
Holland, E., M.D., F.R.C.S., 

F.R.C P. (L.). 

Lack, V. J. F., M.B., B.S. (L.). 
Mcllroy, Prof. Dame Anne L., 

D.B.E., M.D., B.S., D.Sc. 

Glas. Prof. (LW.). 

McNair, A. J., LL.M., M.A. Camb. 

(G.). 
Palmer, A. C., O.B E., M.B., B.S., 

F.R C.S. (KM.). 

Roques, F. W., M.A., M.Ch , M.D. 

Camb. (M.). 

Roy, D. W., M.A, M.B., B.Ch. 

Camb., F.R.C.S. (SG.). 

Shaw, W., MA., M.B., Ch.B. 

Camb., F.R.C.S. (B.). 

Stevens, T. G., M.D., F.R.C.S. 

(SM.). 
Taylor, H, M.A., M.B., B.Ch. 

Camb., F.R.C.S. (SG.). 

White, C, M.D., F.R.C.P., 

F.R.C.S. (UM.). 

Williams, E. H. G., B A., M.D., 

B.Ch. Camh., M.R.C.P., 

M.R.C.S. (C.). 



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Williams, L. H. W , M D , M.S , 
F.R C S. (SM.) 

Helminthology 

Leiper, R. T., D Sc , M.D , Ch.B. 
Glas., F.R.S. Prof (H.). 

Hygiene 

Brincker, J. A. H., B.A., MB./ 
B.Ch. Camb., D.P.H., F I C. 
(SM.). 

Hutt. C. W., M.A., M.D. Camb., 
M.R.C.P., D P.H. (C.). 

Jameson, W. W., MA., M.D., 
Ch.B. Aberd., M.R.C.P., 
D.P.H. Prof. (H). 

Lyster, R. A. (v. Forensic Medi- 
cine) (B ) 

Parkinson, G. S., L.R.C.P., 
M.R.C.S., D.PH. (H.). 

Porter, C., M.D., CM., B.Sc. 
Edin. (M.) 

Shinnie, A. J., M.D. Aberd., 
D.P.H. (W.). 

Spitta, H. R. D., M.V.O.. M.D. 
Durh., D.P.H. Camb. (SG.). 

Laryngology, Oto-Rhino- 
Brown, L. G, M.C., M.A., D.M. 

Ox., L.R C.P., F.R.C.S. (C ) . 
Capps, F. C. W., F R.C.S. (B.). 
Chubb, G. C., D.Sc., M.B., B.S., 

F.R.C.S. (W.). 

Cleminson, F. J., M.A., M.Ch. 

Camb., F.R.C S. (M.). 

Davis, E. D. D., F.R.C.S. (C.). 

French, J. G., M.B , M S., F.R.C.S. 

(LW) 

Graham, C. I., F.R.C S. (SM ). 
Hastings, S., M.S., M.B , F.R.C.S. 

(M). 
Hope, C. W. M., M D., B.S. Durh., 

F.R C.S. (KM ). 

Howarth, W. G., M.A , M.B, 

B.Ch Camb., F.R.C S. (T.). 
Tory, P. J., D.S.O, M.B, Ch.B. 

N.Z., F.R.C.S. (SG). 

Just, T. H., B.A., M.B., B.Ch. 

Camb., F.R.C.S. (B.). 



Layton, T B., M.B., M.S., F.R.C S. 

(G). 
Marriage, H. J., M.B., B S., 

FRC.S. (T). 

Molhson, W. M., CBE., MA., 

M Ch. Camb., F R.C S (G ) . 
Morns, W., L.R C.P., F.R.C.S. 

Edm (L). 

Muecke, F. F., C.B.E., M.B., B Ch. 

Adel., F.R C S. (L ) 

Negus, V. E., M.S , M.B., L.R.C.P , 

F.R C.S. (KM). 

Patterson, N., M B., Ch.B. Edm., 

F.R. C.S. (L). 

Robertson, G. D., L.RC.P., 

F.R.C.S. (SM). 

Russell, H. G. B., M.A. Camb., 

F.R.C.S. (B). 

Scott, S. R , M.S , M.B., F.R C S. 



Medicine, v. also Chem. Path , 

Dis. of Child., Mental Dis., 

Pharmacol. 
Abrahams, A., B.A., M.D., B.Ch. 

Camb. (W). 

Beaumont, G. E , M.A., D.M. Ox., 

F R.C P., D P.H. (M ) 

Bedford, D. E., M.D., M.R.C.P., 

M.R.C.S. (M). 

Bennett, T. I., M.D., M.R.C.P., 

M.R.C.S. (M). 

Boldero, H. E. A., M.A., D.M., 

B.Ch. Ox. (M.). 

Bolton, C, C.B.E., M.D., B S., 

D.Sc., F.R.C.P., F.R.S. 

(UM). 
Bosanquet, W. C., M.A., D.M. Ox., 

F.R.C.P. (C., BH). 

Brain, W. R , M.A., D.M., B Ch. 

Ox. (L). 

Briscoe, Sir John C., Bart., M.D., 

F.R.C.P. (KM.). 

Burrell, L. S. T., M.A., M.D., B.Ch. 

Camb, F.R C.P (LW.). 

Cameron, H. C., M.D. Camb., 

F.R.C.P. (G.). 

Campbell, J. M. H., M.A., D.M., 

B.Ch. Ox, F.R.C.P (G.). 



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MEDICAL COLLEGES 



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Carlill, H, M.A., M.D , B.Ch. 

Camb., M.R.C.P., M R C.S 

(W.). 
Cassidy, M. A , C.B., M.A., M.D., 

B Ch. Camb., F.R.C P., 

MR.C.S (T.). 

Chandler, F G., MA, MD. 

Camb, F.R C P. (B.). 

Clark-Kennedy, A. E., MD. 

Camb. (L.). 

Cockayne, E A , M.A., D M., 

Ch.B. Ox., F.R C P. (M.). 
Collier, J. S., M D , B Sc , F.R.C.P 
(NH.) 
Conybeare, J. J., B.A., D.M. Ox. 

(G.). 
Davies, D. T., M D., B.Ch., B Sc. 

Wales, M.R.C.P. (LW.). 

De Souza, D. H., M.D., D.Sc , 

F.R.C.P. (W.). 

Douthwaite, A. H., M.D., M.R.C.R, 

MR.C.S. (G.). 

East, C. F. T., M.A., B.M., B.Ch. 

Ox. (KM.). 

Elliott, T. R., C.B.E , M A., M D. 

Camb., F.R.C.P., F.R.S. 

Prof. (UM.) 
Ellis, A. W. M., O.B.E., M.D. 

Prof. (L.). 
Evans, A. G , B. A., M.D. Camb., 

F.R.C.P. (B.). 

Felling, A., B.A., M.D., B.Ch. 

Camb., F.R.C.P. (SG.) 

Fenton, W. J., M.A., M.D., B.Ch 

Camb., F.R.C.P. (C., BH.). 
Firth, A. C. D., M.A., M.D , B Ch. 

Camb., F.R.C.P. (LM.). 

Fraser, F. R., B.A. Camb., MB., 

Ch.B., F.R.C.P. Edin. 

Prof. (B ) 
Gainsborough, H., M.A., M.D., 

B.Ch. Camb., M.R.C.P., 

M.R C S. (SG.) 

Gosse, A. H., M D., M.A. Camb., 

F.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. (SM.). 
Gow, A. E., M.D., B.S. (B.). 

Graham, G., M.D, Camb. (B.). 
Hare, Dorothy C., M.D. (LW.). 



Harris, W., B A., M.D , B.Ch. 

Camb , F.R C P. (SM.). 

Hartley, SirPercivalH -S , C.V.O , 

MD, B.Ch., MA. Camb, 

F.RC.P. (B,BH). 

Hickling, R A , B A , B Ch., M.D, 

Camb,MRC.P. (C), 

Hobhouse, E. W. N., M.A., M.B., 

B.Ch. Ox,, M.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 

(LW.). 

Holmes, G. M., C.M.G., C.B.E., 

M.D., B.Ch., B.A.O., B.A. 

Dub., F.R.C.P. (Med. and 

Ophthalmology) (NH.). 

Horder, Lord, Bart, K C.V.O., 

M.D., B.Sc., F.R.C.P. (B.). 
Hoskin, T. J., M.A., M.D., B.Ch. 

Camb. (LW.). 

Howell, C. M. H., M.A , M.D. Ox , 

F.RCP. (G.). 

Hunt, T. C., B.A., D.M. Ox., 

MR.CP., M.R.C.S. (SM.). 
Hunter, D., M.D., B.S. (L.). 

Hurst, A. F., M D. (v. Neurology) 

(G.). 
Lakin, C. E., M.D., B S., RR.C.S., 

F.R.CP. (M.). 

Langmead, F. S., M.D., F.R.C.P. 

Prof. (SM.). 

Levick, C. B., M.B., Ch.M. Sydn., 

M.R.C.P. (SG.). 

Lewis, Sir T., C.B.E., D.Sc. Wales, 

M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R S. (UM.). 
Leyton, O. F. F., D.Sc. Lond., 

M.A., M.D., B.Ch. Camb., 

F.R.C.P. (L.). 

Livingstone, J. L., M.D, B.S., 

M.R.C.P., M.R.C.S (KM.). 
Lloyd, W. E., M.D., B.S., M.R.C.P. 

(W.). 
MacConnac, H., C.B.B., M.B., 

Ch.B. Edin., F.R.C.P. (M ) . 
McNee, J. W,, D.S.O., M.D., D.Sc. 

Glas., F.R.C.P. (UM.). 

Marshall, G., O.B.E., M.D. (G.), 

Miller, R, H., M.D , B.S., F.R.C.P. 

(SM). 



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Mutch, N, M.A., MD., B Ch. 

Camb., F.R.C.P., M.RC.S. 

(also in Pharmacol ) (G.) . 
Nelson, T. S., B.A., B.M., B.Ch. 

Ox. (SG.). 

Newman, C. E , M.A., M D. Camb., 

M R.C.P., M R C.S. (KM.) 
Parkinson, J , M.D , B.S. (L.) 
Poulton, E. P., M.A., M.D., B.Ch. 

Ox., F.R C.P. (G ) 

Poynton, F. J , M.D., F.R C.P. 

(UM.). 
Purves-Stewart, Sir James P. M., 

K.C.M.G., C.B., M.D., CM., 

M.A. Edm., F.R.C P. (W.). 
Riddoch, G., M.D., Ch.B. Aberd. 

(L.). 
Rowland, R. A., O.B.E., B.Sc., 

M.D., B.S. (L.). 

Russell, J. S. R., M.D., C.M. 

Edm., F.R.C.P. Prof. (NH.). 

Ryle, J. A., M.D. (G.). 

Smith, E. B., M.D., B.S., F.R.C.P. 

(SG.). 

Smith, K. S., M D., B.S , M R.C.P. 

(C.). 
Stewart, T. G., M.D., Ch.B. Edm., 

F.R.C.P. (NH.). 

Still, G. F., MD., B.Ch, M.A. 

Camb., F.R.C.P. (KM.). 

Stott, A. W., M.A., B Ch. Camb. 

(W.) 
Thompson, H. T., M.A., M.D., 

B.Ch. Camb., F.R.C.P., 

F.R.C.S. (L.). 

Tidy, H. L., M.A , D.M., B Ch. 

Ox., F.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. (T.). 
Torrens, J. A., M.D., B.S,, 

F.R.C.P. (SG.). 

Wall, R. C. B., D.M., B.Ch., M A. 

Ox,F.R.C.P. (L,BH.). 

Ward, G. E. S., M.D., B.S., 

F.R.C.P. (M.). 

Warner, E. C , M.D., B.S., B Sc., 

M.R.C.P. (C.). 

de Wesselow, O.L.V.S., B.A., 

B M., B.Ch. Ox., F.R.C.P. 

Prof. (T.) 



Willcox, Sir W. H., K.C.I.E., C.B., 

C.M.G. (SM.). 

Wilson, C. M , M.D., B S., M.R C S , 

F.R C.P. (SM ) 

Witts, L. J., M.D., Ch.B. Mane, 

M.R.C.P. (G.). 

Woods, Sir Robert S., M.D, 

M.R.C.P. (Physical Med.) (L.). 
Woodwark, A. S., C.M.G., C.B E , 

M.D , B.S , F R C P , 

M R C S. (W.), 

Young, F. H., B A , M D., B.Ch 

Camb , M R C P., D P.H. 

(C). 
Young, R. A., CBE., M.D, 

B.Sc., F.R.C.P. (M., BH.). 

Mental Diseases 
Devine, H., M.D., B.S., F.R.C.P. 

(My.). 
East, W. N., M.D., L.R.C.P., 

M.R.C.S. (My.). 

Gillespie, R. D., M.D., Ch.B. 

Glas. (G.). 

Hart, B , M.D , F.R.C.P. (UM.) 
James, G.W.B.,M.D., B.S. (SM.). 
Mapother, E., M.D., F.R.C.P , 

F.R.C.S. (KM., My.). 

Moodie, W., M.D., Ch.B. St. 

Andrews, D.P.M. (My.). 

Nicol, W. D., M.B., B.S., L R.C.P , 

M.R.C.S., D.PM. (LW). 

Petrie, A. A. W., M D., B.S, 

F.RC.P., F.RC.S. (C.). 

Phillips, J. G. P, M.D, B.S, 

F.R.C.P. (Bm.)> 

Shrubsall, F. C., M.A., M.D. Camb., 

F.R.C.P., D.P.H. (My.). 

Tredgold, A. F., M.D. Durh., 

F.R.S. Edin., F.R C.P , 

M.R.C.S. (UM.). 

Woods, J. C., B.A. R.U.I., M.D., 

B.S., L.R.C.P., M.RC.S. (L.). 
Worth, R., M.B., B.S. Durham, 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (W.). 
YeUowlees, H., M.D., Ch.B. Glas., 

D.P.M. (T.). 

Midwifery, v. Gynaecol. 



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MEDICAL COLLEGES 



Neurology 

Birley, J. L., M A , D.M , B Ch. 

Ox., F.RC.P. (T.). 

Collier, J. S., M.D , B.Sc., F.R.C.P. 

(Bm.). 

Critchley, M., M.D. Biist., F.R.C P. 
(KM.). 

Golla, F. L., O.B.E., M.A., M.B. 

Ox., M.B., F.R.C.P. (My.). 

Howell, C. M. H., M.A., D.M. Ox , 

F.RCP. (NH.). 

Hurst, A. F., M.D., B.Ch., MA. 

Ox., F.R.C.P. (G.). 

McAlpine, D., M.D., ChJB. Glas. 

(M.). 

WaJshe, F. M. R., M.D., D.Sc., 
F.R.C.P. (UM.). 

Wilson, S. A. K., M.A., B.Sc., 
M,D. Edm., F.R.C.P. 

(KM., NH.). 

Worster-Drought, C. C., M.A., 
M.D. Camb. (Bm.). 

Ophthalmology 
Bickerton, J. M., M.A., B.Ch. 

Camb., L.R.C.P , F R.C.S. 

(KM.). 
Duke-Elder, W. S., M.A., D.Sc., 

Ph.D., M.D. St. Andr., 

F.R.C.S. (SG.). 

Eason, H. L., C.B., C.M.G., M.D., 

M.S. (G.). 

Goulden, C. B., M. A., M.Ch., M D. 

Camb., F.R.C.S. (L.). 

Greeves, R. A., M.B., B.S., B.A., 

R.U.I., F.R.C.S. (M.). 

Griffith, A. D., M.B., B.S., 

F.R.C.S. (W.). 

Hudson, A. C., M.A., M.D., B.Ch. 

Camb., F.R.C.S. (Oph.). 

Jeremy, H. R , L.R.C.P , F.R.C.S. 

(L.). 
Juler, F. A., MB., B.Ch., M.A 

Camb., F.R.C.S. (SM., Oph.). 
MacCallan, A. F., B.A., MD., 

B.Ch. Camb., F.R.C.S. (W.). 
McMuUen, W. H., M.B., B.S., 

F.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (C.). 



Mann, Ida C., M.B., B.S., D.S 

F.R.C.S. (IAV 

Moore, R. F., O.B.E.,M A., B C 

Camb., L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. 
(B., Opt 
Morgan, O. G., M.A., M.B., MX 

Camb., F.R.C.S. (G 

Neame, H., M.B., Ch.B. (UM 
Parsons, Sir John H., C.B.l 

D.Sc., M.B., B.S., F.R.C.' 

F.R.S. (UM., Oph 

Paton, L. J., M.B., B.Ch., B. 

Camb., F.R.CS. (NH 

Savin, L. H., M.D., B.S. Lon< 

M.R.C.P., F.R C.S. (KM 
Scott, R. S., M.A., M.B., B.C 

Camb., L.R.C.P., F.R C.S. 



Whiting, M H., M.A., M.B. 

F.R.C.S. (M 

WiUiamson-Noble, F. A., BJ 

M.B., B.Chir. Camb., F.R.C 
(SM 

Pathology and Anat. Morb , 
also Chem., Bact. 

Boycott, A. E.,M.A., B.Sc., B.C3 
D.M. Ox., F.R.S. 

Graham Prof. (UM 

Creed, E. ff., M.A., B.M., B.C1 

D.P.H. Ox. (KM 

...... Prof . (G 

Dudgeon, L. S., C.M.G., C.BJ 
F.R.C.P. (also in Bact ) 

Prof. (T 

Goodhart, G. W., M.D. (UM 
Hadfield, G., M.D., B.S. 

Prof. (LW 

Hunt, E. L , D P.H. Camb., M.I 
B.S., L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 

(SG 

Hurst, E. W., B.Sc., M.D,, Ch.: 
Binn., M.R.C.P. 

Reader (LI 

Kettle, E. H., M.D., B. 
Prof. (B 

Knott, F. A., M.D., B.S., M.R.C.I 
M.R.C.S., A.R.C.S. (G 



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Lakin, C. E , M.D , B S., F.R C P., 

F R.C.S. (also in Med ) (M ) 
Lucas, H. A., B.A. Camb , 

LR.C.P., MRCS. (KM). 

Mclntosh, J., M.D , Ch.B Aberd 

Prof (M). 

Newcomb, W. B., M.A., M.B., 

B.Obir. Camb., L.R C P., 

M.R.C.S. (SM). 

Nicholson, G. W. de P., M A., M.D. 

Prof. (G ) 

Patterson, J., M.Sc Durh , Ph D 

St And. (C). 

Pulvertaffc, R. J. V., M R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. Reader (W.). 

Rosher, A. B., L.R.C.P., M R.C S., 

D.P.H. (C.). 

Ross, Joan M., MB, B S., 

M.R.C.P., M R C.S. (LW.) 
Taylor, J. F., B.A., M.D, BCh. 

Camb., L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 

(SG.). 

Teale, F. H., M D., B.Sc , F.R C.P 

(UM ). 

Turnbull, H. M., M.A., B.Ch., 

D.M Ox. Prof. (L.). 

Vines, H. W. C , M.A., M.D., B.Ch. 

Camb. (C.). 

Warwick, W. T., M.A., M.B. 

Camb., F.R.C.S. (M.). 

Woods, W. W., L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 

(Morbid Histol.) (L.). 

Pathology, Chemical 
Harrison, G. A., B.A., M.D., B Ch. 

Camb., L.R.C.P., M.R C.S. 

Reader (B.). 
Lawrence, R. D., M A , M.D., Ch.B. 

Aberd. (KM.). 

Pathology, Experimental 
Chick, Harriette, M.D., C.B E (L.) . 
Douglas, S. R., FR.S. (and 

Bacteriology) (MR.). 

Kennaway, E. L., M.A., D.Sc., 

M.D. Ox. (Can.). 

Wright, Sir Almroth E., K.B.E., 

C.B., M.D., B.Ch., Sc.D. 

Dub., B.A. Camb., F.R.S. 

Prof. (SM ). 



Hurst, E. W., B.Sc., M.D. Birm. 

Reader (LI). 
Pharmacognosy 
Wallis, T. E., B.Sc/ Reader (P ). 

Pharmacology, v. also Med. 

Dale, Sir H.H., C.B.E., M A., M.D., 

BCh. Camb., D.Sc. ShefE., 

F R.C.P., F.R.S. (MR). 

Greenish, H. G., F.I.C., F.L.S., 

D. de 1' Univ. Paris Prof. (P ) . 

Hamill, P., M.A., M.D. Camb , 

DSc.,F.R.CP. (B). 

Linnell, W. H., M.Sc., Ph.D. 

Durh. Reader (P). 

Mutch, N, M.A, M.D, BCh. 

Camb., F R.C P., M R.C.S. 

(G). 

Scarborough, Eleanor M , M.Sc , 

M.B., B.S Reader (LW.). 

Woolley, V. J., M.A., M.D. Camb. 

(T.). 
Physics 

Brinkworth, J. H., M.Sc. (T.). 
Hopwood, F. L., D.Sc. Prof. (B.). 
Mayneord, W. V., M.Sc., Birm. 

(Applied to Med. Radiol.) 
(Can.). 
Russ, S., C.B.E., D.Sc. 

Joel Prof. (M.). 
Stead, G., M.A. Camb. 

Reader (G.). 

White, W. H., M.A. Camb., B.Sc., 
A.R.C.S. (SM.). 

Physiology 

Bond, Muriel, M.Sc. (LW.) . 

Collingwood, B. J., B.A., M.D., 

B.Ch. Camb. Prof. (SM.). 

Crowden, G. P., M.Sc., L.R.C.P., 

M.R.C.S. (H.). 

Cullis, Winifred C., C.B E., D.Sc. 

Prof (LW.). 

Dale, Sir H. H., C.B.E., M.A., M.D. 
Camb , F.R.S. (and Pharma- 
cology) (MR). 
Harris, D T., M.B., B.S,, D.Sc., 
M B., Ch B. Mane. 

Prof. (L.). 



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Cartridge, H., M A , M.D., B.Ch., 
Sc.D. Camb , F.R.S. 

Prof. (B.). 

[ewer, Evelyn E., D.Sc. (Histo- 
logy) Reader (LW.). 

Eellanby, J., M.A., M.D Camb., 
F.RS. Prof. (T.). 

'embrey, M S., M.A , D.M., B.Ch, 
Ox., F.R.S. Prof. (G.). 

mart, W. A. M., B.Sc., M.B., B.S. 

(L.). 

Fright, S., M.D., M.R.CP., 

M.R.C.S. Prof. (M.). 

Protozoology [(H.). 

Robertson, A., M.B., Ch.B. Edin. 

Tiomson, J. G., M.A., M.B , Ch.B. 

Edin. Prof. (H.). 

Psychology, Medical Industrial 
iulpin, M., M.D., F.R.C.S. 

Prof. (H.). 
Radiology 
:oldweU, W. H., MB., B.S., 

L.R.C.P , M R C.S. (W.) 

?inzi, N. S., M.B., L.R.C.P., 

M.R.C.S. (B.). 

Jodgson, H. K G , C.V.O , M B., 

B.S. Durh., D M.R.E. (KM.), 
^orison, J. M. W., M.D, C.M. 

Glasg., D.M.R.E. Camb., 

F.R.C.P. Edin. Prof. (Can.). 
Reynolds, R. J., D.M.R.E. Camb., 

M.B., B.S., L.R C.P., M.R.C.S. 

(C.). 

>almond, R. W. A., M.D., Ch.M. 

Aberd., D.P.H., D.M.R.E. 

(UM.). 
7ilandr6, G. E., L.R.C.P., 

M.R.C.S. (L.). 

Webster, J. H. D., M.D., Ch.B. 

Edin. (M.). 

Surg., v. also Dis of Child, 
^ddison, O. L., M.B., B.S., 

F.R.C.S. (SCh.). 

Armour, D. J., C.M.G., M.B., B.A. 

Tor., F.R.C.S. (NH.). 

Back, I., M. A., M.B., B.Ch. Camb., 

F.R.C.S. (SG.). 



Ball, W. G , F.R.C.S. (B.). 

Bankart, A. S. B, M.A., M.Ch. 

Camb., F.R C.S. (Ortho- 
paedics) (M.) . 
Bamngton, F. J. F , M.B , B.S., 

F.R.C.S. (TOL). 

Barry, Geraldine M., M.B., M.S., 

L.R C.P., F.R C.S (LW.) . 
Brockman, E. P., M.B., M.Ch. 

Camb., F.R.C.S. (Orthopaed ) 
(W). 
Bromley, L., M.B., M.Ch. Camb., 

F.R.C.S. (G.). 

Broster, L. R., M.A , M D., M.Ch. 

Ox., FR.C.S. (C). 

Bryan, C. W. G., F.R C.S. (SM ). 
Burns, B. H., B.A , B Ch. Camb., 

F.R.CS. (SG.). 

Buxton, N. St. J. G. D., M.B., 

B.S. Lond., F.R.C.S. (KM.). 
Cade, S., L R.C.P , F.R.C.S. (W.). 
Cairns, H. W. B., M.B., B.S. Adel., 

F.R.C.S. (L.). 

Carhng, E. R., M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S. 

(W.). 
Choyce, C C., C.M.G., C.B.E., 

B.Sc., M.B. Edin., F.R.C.S. 

(UM). 
Colquhoun, G. R. E., L.R.C.P., 

F.R.C.S. (SG.). 

Cope, V. Z., M.A., M.D., M.S., 

FR.C.S. (SM.). 

Crook, E. A., M A., M.Ch., F.R.C.S. 

(CO- 
Davies-Colley, R., C.M.G., M.A., 

M.Ch. Camb., F.R.C.S. (G.) 
Dix, V.W., M. A., M.B., B.Ch.Camb. , 

F.R.C.S., M.R.C.P. (L.). 

Edmunds, A., M.S., B.Sc. (KM.). 
Edwards, A. T., M.A., M.Ch. 

Camb., F.R.C.S. (W.) 

Edwards, H. C., M.B., B.S., 

F.R.C.S. (KM.) 

Ellis, H. B , M.B., B.Ch. Camb. 

F.R.C S. (SM.) 

Elmslie, R. C., M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S 

(B.) 



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Evans, A. H., O.B.E., M D., M.S., 
F.R.C.S. (W.). 

Everidge, J., O B.E., F.R.C.S. 

(KM). 

Ewart, G. A., B.A. Camb., F.R.C.S. 

(SG.). 

Fagge, C. H. f M.S., M.B., F.R.C.S. 

(GO- 
Fairbank, H. A.T., D.S.O., QBE, 

M.B.,M.S.,L.RC.P.,F.R.C.S , 

L.D.S. (KM.). 

Fedden, W. F., M.S., M.B., 

F.R.C.S. (SG.) 

Fitzwilliams, D. C. L., C.M.G., 

M.D., Ch.M. Edin., F.R C.S. 
(SM.). 
Frankau, C. H. S., C.B.E , M.B , 

B S., F.R.C.S. (SG ) 

Gask, G. E., C.M.G., F.R.C.S. 

Prof. (B ). 
Gordon-Taylor, G., M.A. Aberd., 

M.S., B.Sc., F.R.C.S. (M). 
Gordon - Watson, Sir Charles, 

K.B.E., C.M.G., F.R.C.S. 

(B.). 
Gould, E. L. P., M.A., M.Ch., D.M. 

Ox. (M.). 

Handfield-Jones, R. M., M.C., 

M.B., M.S., F.R.C S. (S M.). 
Handley, W. S., M.D., M.S., 

F.R.C.S. (M.). 

Howard, R.J., C.B.E.,M.S.,M.B., 

F.R.C.S. (L.). 

Hudson, V. R., F.R.C.S. (M.). 
Hughes, E. C., M.A., M.Ch. Camb., 

F.R.C.S. (G.). 

Hume, J. B., M.B., M.S., L.R.C.P., 

F.R.C.S. (B.). 

Hunter, J. B., M.C., M.A., M.Ch. 

Camb., F.R.C.S, (KM.). 

Joll, C. A., M.B., B.Ch. Brist., 

M.B., M.S., B.Sc. (LW.). 
Keynes, G. L., M.A., M.D. Camb., 

F.R.C.S. (B.). 

Lett, H., C.B.E., M.B., Ch.B. 

Mane., F.R.C.S. (L.). 

Lewis, Emily C., M.S., M.B., 

L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. (LW.). 



Lindsay, E. C., B Sc N Z , M.B., 

BS., F.RCS (L). 

MacLeod, A. C., M.B., B S. (C ). 
Marshall, C. J , M D., M S. (C ). 
Martin, E. K., M.B., Ch.B. (UM.). 
Maybury, B. C., M.B"., B.S., 

F.R.CS. (T.). 

Milne, R., M.D., M.S., F.R.C.S. 

(L). 
Mitchiner, P. H., MB., M.S., 

L R C P., F.R.C S. (T ) 

MuUally, G. T., M.S. (W.). 

Neligan, G. E., M.B., B.Ch. Ox., 

F.R.C.S. (L). 

Nitch, C. A. R., M.B., M.S., 

F.RCS. (T.). 

Norbury, L. E. C., O B.E., M B., 

B.S., L.R C P , F.R.C.S. 

(LW). 
Ogilvie, W. H., M.A., M.D., M.Ch. 

Ox., F.R.C.S. (LW.). 

Page, C. M., M.S., F.R.C.S. (T.). 
Pannett, C. A., M D., B.S., B.Sc., 

F.R.C.S. Prof. (SM ). 

Patey, D. H., M.B., M.S. (M ). 
Pernn, W. S., M.B., M.Ch. Camb., 

F.R.CS. (L.;. 

Perry, A. C., M.B., M.S., F.R.C.S. 

(L.). 
Rawling, L B , B.A., M.B., B.Ch. 

Camb., F.R.C.S. (B ). 

Riches, E. W., M.B, M.S., 

L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. (M.). 

Roberts, J. E H , O B E., M.B., 

B.S., Ph.D., F.R.C.S. (B ). 
Robinson, R. H. O. B., B.A., M.B., 

B.Ch. Camb., F.R.C.S. (T.). 
Romams, W. H. C., M A., M.B., 

M.Ch. Camb., L.R.C.P., 

F.R.C.S. (T.). 

Ross, J. P., M.B., M S , L.R.C.P., 

F.R.C.S. Reader (B.). 

Rowlands, R. P., O.B.E., M.B., 

M.S., F.R.C.S. (G.). 

Shattock, C. E., M.D., M.S., 

F.R.C.S. (LW.). 

Slesinger, E. G., O.B.E, B.Sc., 

M.S,F.R.C.S. (G.). 



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Souttar, H. S , C.B.E., M.A., B.M., 

M Ch. Ox , F.R C.S (L.). 
Spencer, W. G., O B.E., M.B., 

M S., F.R.C.S. (W.). 

Taylor, J., O B.E., M.S., F.R.C.S. 

(DM.). 

Thomas, C. P., F.R.C.S. (W). 
Thompson, A R., M B., Ch M. 

Mane , F.R.C.S (G.) 

Trethowan, W. H., M.B., B.S. 

Lond., F.R.C.S. (G.). 

Trotter, W. B. L,, M.D., M.S., 

F.R.C.S. (UM.). 

Turner, P, M.S., MB., B.Sc., 

F.R C S. (G.). 

Turner, W., M.S., M.B., F.R.C.S 

(W.). 
Tyrrell-Gray, H, M.A., M Ch. 

Camb., L.R.C.P., F R.C.S. 

(SCh.). 
Verrall, P. J., B.A., M.B., B.Ch. 

Camb., F.R.C.S. (LW.). 

Vick, R. M., O.B.E., M.A., M.Ch. 

Camb , L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. 

(B.). 

Wakeley, C. R G., F.R.C.S. (KM ). 
Walton, A. J., B.Sc., M.B., M.S., 

L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. (L.). 

Warwick, W. T., M.B , Ch.B. (M.) . 
Webb-Johnson, A. E., C.B.E., 

M.B., Ch.B. Mane., F.R.C.S. 

(M). 

Williams, G. E. O., M.D., M.S., 

F.R.C.S. (UM). 

Wilson, H. W., M.B., M.S., 

F.R.C.S. (B.). 

Wright, A. D., M.B., M.S., F.R.C S. 

(SM.). 

Tropical Medicine 
Fairley, N. H , M D., D.Sc. Melb., 

F.R.C.P. (H.) 

Low, G. C., M.A. St. And., M.D., 

C.M. Edin. (H.). 

Manson-Bahr, P. H., M.A., M D. 

Camb., F.RC.P. (H.). 

Newham, H. B. G., C.M.G., M.D., 

D.P.H., D.T.M. and H. Camb. 
(H). 



Venereal Diseases 
Davies, T A., M.D., B.S., 

M.R.C.P., M R C S. (L.). 

O'Donovan, W. J., M.D. (L.). 
Hamson, Col. L. W., D.S.O., 

M.B., Ch.B. Glas. (T.). 

Zoology, v. also Protozoology 
Evans, Thomas James, M.A. Ox. 

(G.). 

Dentistry 

Dental Anat. and Physiol. 
Malleson, H. C., L R.C.P., 

M.R.C.S., L.D.S. (G.). 

Pitts, A. T., D.SO., L.R.C.P., 

M.R.C.S., L.D.S. (D.). 

Shefford, A D. E., L.D.S. (RC.S. 

Eng.) (UM.). 

Dental Matena Medica 
Coleman, F, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., 
LDS. (D.). 

Doubleday, F. N., L.D.S. (G.). 

Dental Mechanics 
Bull, F. B., L.D.S. (G.). 

Chapman, H., L.D.S. (Ortho- 
dontics} (L.). 
Richards, P A. E., F.I.C. (D.). 
Samuel, B., L D.S. (Orthodontics) 

(UM.). 

Dental Prosthetics 

Allen, A. G., L.D.S. (L.). 

Fry, W. K., M.C., L.R.C.P., 

M.R.C.S , L.D. (G.). 

Mendleson, B., LD.S. (R.C.S. 

Eng.) (UM.). 

Milne, J. B., L.D.S. Edin. (KM.). 

Dental Surgery 

Buxton, J. L. D., L.D.S. (UM.). 
Clapham, H. D., L.R.C.P., 

M.R.C.S., L.D.S. (L,). 

Dowsett, E. B., D.S.O., L.D.S., 

L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. (G.). 

Fish, E. W., M.D., Ch.B., L.D.S. 

Mane. (SM.). 

Hankey, G. T., L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S.. 

L.D.S. (L.). 



(B), (Bm.), etc., v. Note on p. 166. 



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Herman, W. S., B.A. Camb., Smale, H., L.RCP., M.R.C.S., 

M R.C S., L.R.C.P., L.D S. L D.S (SM.). 

(L). Sprawson, E. C., L R C.P , 

James, W. W., O.B E , L.R C P , M.R C S , L.D S (L.) 

F.R C.S., L.D S (M.). Steadman, S. F. St. J., L.R.C.P., 

Keizer,W.R,LRC.P,M.RCS, M.R.CS., L.D.S., D.P.H. 

LBS. (L). (D.). 

Pritchard, G. B., L.R C P., Turner, J G., F R.C S , L D S. 

M.R.C.S.,L D S (Histol ) (G.). (D ) 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Schools 

ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S HOSPITAL, Medical College, West Smithfield, 
E.C.I. Dean W. Girling Ball, F.R.C.S. Sub-Dean J. B. Hume, M.S., 
F.R.C.S. 

Founded 1662 Appointed and Recognized Teachers 43 (v. supra}. 
Library : the largest of the kind in London. Museum : 10,000 specimens, 
2000 casts and drawings. Laboratories, with facilities for research in 
Path., Pharmacol., etc. 762 beds. Fees : 220 gs. for whole curriculum ; 
from ist M.B., 190 gs. Scholarships : total annual value over 1500 ; two for 
Research hi Path. (145) and Surg. (150) open to graduates of any Umv 
educated at Bart.'s. Large Athletic Grounds. Students 1 Union, including 
Athletic Clubs and Abernethian Soc. Publications : Hospital Reports, 
annually, and Journal (Students'), monthly. Women students are not eligible 
for admission. 

BETHLEM ROYAL HOSPITAL, Monks Orchard, Eden Park, nr. Becken- 
ham, Kent. Physician Superintendent]. G. Porter Phillips, M.D., B.S., 
F.R.C.P. 

Founded 1247. A centre for the teaching and practice of Psychological 
Medicine. Two courses of lectures and practical instruction for D.P M are 
held annually. Daily clinical instruction classes. Pathological Laboratory. 
X-ray apparatus. 

THE CANCER HOSPITAL (FREE), Fulham Rd., S.W.s. Dir. of the Re- 
search Insl. Prof. E. L Kennaway, D.Sc., M.D. Dw. of the Radiological Dept. 
Prof. J. M. Woodburn Monson, M.D., F.R.C.P.Ed.; J. W. Cook, D.Sc., 
Ph.D., F.I.C , Reader (Path. Chem.) ; W. V. Mayneord, M.Sc. (Phys. as applied 
to Med. PathoL). A School of the Univ. for 3 yrs. from Oct. i, 1931, for the 
purpose of research in (i.) Advanced Pathology, and (ii.) Radiology in relation 
to malignant disease 

CHARING CROSS HOSPITAL, Medical School, Charing Cross, W.C.2. 
Dean E. A. Crook, M.Ch., F.R.C.S. Secy. Wyndham Edwards. Founded 
1821. Appointed and Recognized Teachers (v. supra) 14. Fees : entrance, 
10 gs. ; annual, 38 gs. Several scholarships, etc. 

ROYAL DENTAL HOSPITAL OF LONDON SCHOOL OF DENTAL 
SURGERY, 32 Leicester Sq., W.C 2. Dean H. Stobie, L.R.C.P , M.R C.S., 
L.D.S. Secy. W. J. Wadham. 

Founded 1858. Recognized Teachers 6 (v supra) ; others 30. Library, 
Museum, and Laboratories. X-ray Dept. Students are admitted for the 
curriculum for the B.D.S. Degree and the L D.S. Diploma. Fees : for the 



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L.D.S., 70 for 2 yrs.' Hospl. practice and Lectures, or, including 2 yrs.* Dent. 
Mechanics, 210 ; for the B.D.S., 35 annually for first three yrs , and 70 for 
fourth. 

GUY'S HOSPITAL, Medical School, St. Thomas's St., Borough, S.E.i. 
Dean Prof. T. B. Johnston, MB., Ch.B. Secretary J. H. E. Winston, 
F.I.S.A. 

Founded in connexion with St. Thomas's, 1769; as a separate School, 
1825. Appointed and Recognized Teachers 50 (v. supra). Library, 
ro.ooo vols. Museum, 5000 specimens and 2000 drawings. 652 beds. Fully 
equipped Dental Dept. with Lab. Fees : entrance, 28 ; annual, 49. 
Foundations in aid of Research : Lect'ship in Path., approx. 1400 p. a. ; in 
Clin. Chem., 250 ; Trav. Studentship, 150 ; Studentship in Mat. Med., 60 ; 
in Path., 250; Dem'rship in Clin. Chem., 150; in Path., 320; Med. 
Research Fellowship, etc. Numerous prizes and entrance scholps. Resident 
appointments numerous House appointments are made every 3 mths. from 
amongst the recently qualified students. Residential accommodation for 35 
students. Furnished rooms, 193. to 365. Students' Publication : G.H. Gazette. 
Women students are not eligible for admission. 

LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND TROPICAL MEDICINE, 
Keppel Street (Gower Street), W.C.I. Dean Prof. W. W. Jameson, M.A., 
M.D., F.R.C.P. Secy. R. W. Harris. 

This School was constituted by Royal Charter on April i, 1924. In accord- 
ance with the terms of the Charter the School was recognized on Nov. 18, 
1931, in the Faculty of Science and in the Faculty of Medicine in so far as the 
branches of Public Health, Hygiene, State Medicine, and Tropical Medicine 
are concerned. The school has been built and equipped with a sum of $2,000,000 
provided by the Rockefeller Foundation, who made the gift on the understand- 
ing that the British Government would make adequate grants for staffing and 
maintaining the School. It includes the following depts. (i) Public Health; 
(2) Bio-Chemistry and Chemisrtry as applied to Hygiene ; (3) Bacteriology and 
Immunology ; (4) Medical Zoology ; (5) Epidemiology and Vital Statistics ; 
(6) Clinical Tropical Medicine. It provides for the training and equipment 
of public health officers, and for research in various branches of preventive 
medicine. Appointed and Recognized Teachers 28 (v. supra}. 

The Chair of Public Health has been endowed by the Prudential Assurance 
Company for a period of 7 yrs., and is known as the Prudential Chair of Public 
Health. 

The courses of study in all branches of the work of the School are given in 
the new premises in Keppel St. (Gower St.), which has excellent labs, and 
research rooms, a fine lecture theatre and classrooms, library and museum. 

Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. On Aug. i, 1924, the School 
took over from the Seamen's Hospital Society the old School of Tropical Medi- 
cine. In the various Hospls. of the Seamen's Hospital Society are always 
numerous cases of Trop. Diseases available for teaching purposes. The funds 
available for encouraging research include the Tropical Diseases Research 
Fund, the Wandsworth Bequest, and the E. J. Stanley Memorial. (See Ap- 
pendix XXIII.) Research expeditions are equipped and maintained by the 
School. Students must ordinarily be qualified Med. practitioners. There 
are 3 sessions of 3 months each (Laboratory and Clin. instruction) and 2 of 2 
months each (Trop. Hyg.) designed for the D.T.M. and H. of the Conjoint 
Board and for candidates for the M.D. in Trop. Med. Certificates granted. 
Fees : 40 for the whole course, or 25 and 15, respectively. 



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Diploma in Public Health. The course of study commencing in October 
extends over a period of 9 months' whole-time study, and is so arranged that 
students will be able to comply with all requirements of the Gen. Med. Council. 
The School provides instruction in Bacter., Parasit. (including Med. Ent.), 
Chem., Physics, Meteorol., and Climatol., and in Hyg., Pub. Health Admin., 
Epidemiol. and Vital Stats. Included in the syllabus are a number of special 
lectures by recognized experts in various public health problems, and a 
similar number of visits to carefully selected places of outstanding public 
health interest. The course of study is designed to enable cands. to pro- 
ceed to the new academic Dipl. in Pub. Health instituted by the Univ. Fee 
for course, 54 gs. 

Diploma in Bacteriology. The special course of study for the Dipl. in 
Bacter. covers a period of one acad. year beginning in October. Fee for course, 
47 : 15S. 

In addition to the students taking the Diploma Courses, many are admitted 
to special courses of study and research in the various branches of the work of 
the School. 

KING'S COLLEGE HOSPITAL Medical School, Denmark Hill, S.E.5. 
Dean J. A. Drake, M.D., F.R.C.P., D.P.H. Vice-Dean H. A. Lucas, B.A., 
M.R C.S., L R.C.P. Secy. S. C. Ranner, M A. 

Appointed and Recognized Teachers 30 (v. supra) ; others 18. Fees : 
entrance, 10 gs. ; complete courses for Med. Degree and Diploma examns., 200 
gs. ; final course only, 93 gs. Scholarships : Scholarships of a total value of 
1530 are offered annually (particulars on application). Hostel with accommo- 
dation for 80 men students. Students 9 Publication : K.C.H. Gazette. 

LONDON HOSPITAL, Medical College and Dental School, Turner St., Mile 
End, E.I. Dean Prof. W. Wright, M.B., D.Sc., F.R.C.S. Secy. E. J. 
Burdon. Women students are not eligible for admission. 

Founded 1781. Appointed and Recognized Teachers 44 (v. supra) ; 
others 65. Library includes Thompson Yates Research Library containing 
chief foreign periodicals for Anat., PhysioL, and Path. Laboratories include 
those of the Bernhard Baron Inst. of Path, for Advanced Research. 839 beds. 
Fees : entrance, 20 gs. ; annual, 40 gs. 39 scholps. and prizes. Hostel for 
25 students. 160 appointments available for students. Students' Publication : 
L.H. Gazette. 

LISTER INSTITUTE OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE, Chelsea Bridge 
Rd., S.W.i. Director Prof. J. C. G. Ledingham, C.M.G., M.B., D.Sc., 
F.R.C.P., F.R.S. Secy. A. L. White. 

Founded 1891 for Research into causation, prevention, and treatment of 
diseases of men and animals. Open to approved Research students of both 
sexes, usually without fee. Appointed and Recognized Teachers 9 (v. supra) ; 
13 other members of scientific staff. 

LONDON (ROYAL FREE HOSPITAL) SCHOOL OF MEDICINE FOR 
WOMEN, 8 Hunter St., Brunswick Sq., W.C.I. Dean Miss E. Bolton, M.D., 
B.S. Warden and Secy. Miss Brooks. 

Founded 1874. Appointed and Recognized Teachers 26 (v. supra) ; 
others 32. 288 beds. Special arrangements with several other Hospls. for 
Clin. study and dresserships, etc Research Laboratories : Anat., Biol., 
Chem., Obst. and Gyn., Path., Pharmacol., Physics, Physiol. Courses for 
B.Sc. Hons. in Anat. and Physiol., as well as for Med. degrees and diplomas. 



MEDICAL COLLEGES 181 

Arrangements for Dental students. Fees : 50 p.a. throughout the course 
Students' chambers provided tor 84 students. Students' Publication : L.S.Jl/. 
Gazette. 

MAUDSLEY HOSPITAL, Denmark Hill, S.E.5- Medical Superintendent 
E. Mapother, M.D., F.R.C P., F.R.C.S. Director of Pathological Depart- 
ment F. L. Golla, M B., F.R.C.P. 

Founded by the London County Council for research in Psychologica 
Medicine, the teaching of this subject, and the treatment, on a voluntary basis 
of those suffering from neuroses and from recoverable forms of mental disorder 
The Hospital, which is similar in general character to the Neurological and 
Psychiatric Clinics of the Continent and America, and the associated Patho- 
logical Department, which serves all the London County Mental Hospitals 
(containing 21,000 patients), were admitted as a School of the University foi 
research in Psychological Medicine on May 7, 1924. The Hospl. has 243 beds 
and an out-patient department. The Path. Dept. includes a Library and 
Laboratories for anatomical, bio-chemical, bacteriological, and experimental 
investigations. Diploma and other courses for undergraduate and graduate 
students. Facilities for research and for gaining experience. Ordinarily nc 
charge is made for research work, and special grants-in-aid may be made. 

MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL, Medical School, Mortimer St., W.i. Dean 
T. Izod Bennett, M.D., F.R.C.P. School Secy. R. A. Foley. 

Founded 1835 Appointed and Recognized Teachers 40 (v. supra] ; 
others 13. Over 470 bads, including Cancer wing (90) ; Bland-Sutton 
Institute of Path, with Museum and Labs. ; Cancer Research Labs. ; The S.A. 
Courtauld Institute of Bio-Chemistry ; the Ferens Institute of Otology 
Scholarships, etc., worth over 1000 p.a. Fees : Entrance, 25 ; 5 annual, 45 
No accommodation for women students. 

SCHOOL OF PHARMACY of Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, 
17 Bloomsbury Sq., W.C.i. Dean Prof. H. G. Greenish, D. es Sc. Pans 
F.I.C., F.L.S. 

Founded 1842. Admitted as a School of the Univ. (in Pharmacy only) on 
Jan. i, 1925. Recognized Teachers 3 (v. supra) ; others 8. Fees : Course 
for the Chemist and Druggist Qualifying Examn., 42 : 135. ; for the Pharma- 
ceutical Chemist Qualifying Examn. and for the B.Phann. degree (2 years)j 
44 : 153. (each year). Open to students of both sexes. 

ST. GEORGE'S HOSPITAL, Medical School, Hyde Park Comer, S.W.i. 
Dean A. Felling, M.D., F.R.C.P. 

Founded 1752. Appointed and Recognized Teachers 19 (v. supra) ; 
others 19. 440 beds. Fees : entrance for Clinical course, 10 gs. AnnuaJ 
composition, 40 gs. Scholarships, etc., worth 180 p.a, for encouragemenl 
of research. St. G.'s Gazette is issuegl 3 times a year. Women students are nol 
eligible for admission. 

ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL, Medical School, Paddington, W.2. Dean 
C. M. Wilson, M.D., F.R.C.P. Secy. B. E. Matthews, B.A. Students 
Publication : St. M. H. Gazette. 

Founded 1852. Appointed and Recognized Teachers 36 (v. supra) ; 
others 18. Fees : Course for ist M.B., 3 terms, 20 gs. ; entire curriculum, 
205. Scholarships : 210 (2), 200 (2), 25. Chnical Units hi Med. and Surg 
established in 1920-21. 



1 82 LONDON 

ST. THOMAS'S HOSPITAL, Medical School, Albert Embankment, S.E.i. 
Dean Prof. L. S. Dudgeon, C.M.G., C.B.E. Medical Secretary R. J. C. 
Thompson, C.M.G., D.S.O., M.D , M.R C.P. 

Founded in 1 3th century. Recognized Teachers 37 (v. supra] ; others 
36. Path. Dept. includes Museum with 4000 specimens. Large Laboratories 
for teaching and research. Hospl. beds, 664. Fees : Tuition per annum, 50. 
Hostel accommodation for 50. Women students are not eligible for admission. 

TROPICAL MEDICINE, LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND, v. 
supra. 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL, Medical School, University Street, 
W.C.i. Dean A. M. H. Gray, C.B.E., M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. Vice-Dean 
Gwynne Williams, M.S., F.RC.S. Sub-Dean for Dental Students J. L. 
Dudley Buxton, L.M.S.S.A., L.D.S. Secy. R. Sloley. Open to both sexes. 

The Med. School was separated from the Univ. Coll. Med. Faculty in 1905. 
Recognized Teachers 30 (v. supra) ; others 52. Library, 20,500 vols. 
The CJiarles Graham Laboratories, under the direction of Prof. A. E. Boycott, 
were established in 1902 for research hi Path. A limited number of qualified 
students are admitted as Lab. workers, to whom grants may be made. Fees : 
course for Final M.B., B S , or 3rd examn. of Conjoint Board 112 gs Scholar- 
ships, etc. : annual value, 1250. Students' Hostel : Adjoining the Medical 
School is a specially equipped Hostel solely for students in the School. Large 
bed-sitting rooms are available as well as Common Rooms. All meals are pro- 
vided in the School Refectory. A member of the staff resides at the Hostel. 
Residence for Maternity students. Publications : Prospectus, Transactions of 
Research Dept., Magazine (Students'). 

The NATIONAL DENTAL HOSPITAL, founded in 1861, became the Dental 
Department of Univ. College Hospl. in 1914. Address : 187-191 Gt. Portland 
St. and 59 Devonshire St., W.i. 

WESTMINSTER HOSPITAL, Medical School, 12 Caxton St., Westminster, 
S.W.I. Dean Sir Stanley Woodwark, C.M.G., C.B E., M.D., F.R.C.P. 
Secy. H. Cyril Eddowes, M.A. 

Founded 1834. Recognized Teachers 28 (v. supra) ; others 13. Fees : 
40 p.a. and xo gs. entrance. 

Institutions with Recognized Teachers 

BROMPTON HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTION AND DISEASES 
OF THE CHEST, Fulham Rd., S.W.s. DeanrW. J. Fenton, M.D., F.R.C P. 
Recognized in Med., Oto-Rhino-Laryng. Pathol. Post-graduates are admitted 
to the hospital practice, the fee being i guinea per month. Undergraduate 
courses are held before each Conjoint Board examn. Applications should be 
made to the Dean. 

HOSPITAL FOR SICK CHILDREN, Gt. Ormond St., W.C.i. Dean 
W. G. WylHe, M.D., F.R.C.P. Recognized in Bact., Dis. of Child., Surg. 

NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM, 
Queen Square, London, W.C.i. Dean J. G. Greenfield, B.Sc., M.D., F.R.C.P. 
Recognized in Med., Neurology, Ophth., Oto-Rhino-Laryng., Surg. lo-week 
courses are given twice a year which quahf y for the iplom.a in Psychological 
Medicine. 



MEDICAL COLLEGES 183 

ROYAL LONDON OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL, City Rd., E.C I. Dean 
B. Goulden, O B.E , M.D., F.R.C S. Recogmzcd in Ophth. Students, 
161. 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH, Hampstead, 
N.W.3. Director Sir H H. Dale, C.B.E., M.D , F.R.S. Research work in 
PhysioL, Pharmacol., and Bio-Chemistry ; Experimental PathoL, Bactenol., 
and Parasitol. ; Microscopy and Physical Methods ; and Biological Standards. 
All communications should be addressed to the Secy., Medical Research Council, 
38 Old Queen St., S.W.i. 

See also Appendix XXIV. A. VII. 



FACULTY OF LAWS 

The teaching of the Univ. has been arranged on an inter-collegiate 
basis, the Profs and Teachers of Univ. and King's Colls, and of the 
London Sch. of Econ dividing the work among them, indicated below 
by (U) (K) (E) For the evening teaching of Law, see also Birkbeck 
Coll., and for Indian and Ottoman Law, see SchJ. of Oriental Studies 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Amos, Sir Maurice S , K.B E , 

M A Camb., K C. Prof. (U ) 

*Ball, W. Valentine, O.B.E., M. A. 

Camb. (Railway L.) (E ). 

*Chorley, R. S T., M A. Ox. 

Cassel Prof, of Comml 
and Indust. L. (E ) 
*Hibbert, W. N., LL.D. (Junspr. 
and Roman L.) (K.). 

*Jennmgs,W I ,M.A ,LL.B Camb. 
Reader in English L (E.). 
Jolowicz, H. F., MA. Ox , M A., 
LLB Camb. 

Prof of Roman L. and 

Lectr. in Jurispr. (U.). 

Keeton, G W , M A , LL M. Camb. 

Reader in English L. (U.). 

Lauterpacht, H , LL.D., Dr. Jur., 

Dr. Sc. Pol. Vienna (Internat. 

L.) (E) 



*Morgan, J. H., B.A Ox., M.A. 
Prof, of Constitutional 
L. (U.), and Lectr. in 
Colonial Constitutional 
L.(U). 

Odgers,SirC.E.,MA,B.CL (K). 
*Parry, D. Hughes, M A., LL.M. 
Camb , B A. Wales 

Prof . of English L. (E). 
Plucknett, T. F. T., LL B Camb, 
M.A. 

Prof, of Legal Hist (E). 
Potter, H , Ph D Birm., LL B. 

Reader in English L. (K ). 

Robson, W. A., B Sc. (Econ), 

LLM., Ph.D. (Indust and 

Admin. L.) (E). 

*Smith, H A , M.A. Ox. 

Prof, of Internat. Law (E ) . 



In addition the following teachers of Law not recognized by the 
University are on the staffs of the several Colleges 



Davies, D. J. Llewelyn, M.A. 
Camb , LL.B. Wales 

(Eng. L.) (E.). 

Davies, D. Seaborne, M.A. Camb., 
LL.B. Wales (Engl. L.) (E.). 

Dold, G. W. F., B.A,, LL.B. 

(Roman. Dutch L.) (U.). 



FitzGerald, S G. V., M.A 

(L. of Palestine and 
Iraq) (U.). 

Jones, R. W. (Banking) 

Gilbart Lectr (K). 
Phillips, O H , B A , B C L. (K ). 
Wortley, B. A , LL.B. Leeds 

(Engl.L)(E). 



* Barrister-at-Law. 



184 



OTHER INSTITUTIONS HAVING RECOGNIZED 
TEACHERS 



(1) GOLDSMITHS' COLLEGE.* 

(2) BATTERSEA POLYTECHNIC. 

(6) JEWS* COLL. 

(7) NORTHAMPTON POLYT. INST. 

(8) NORTHERN POLYTECHNIC. 

(9) ROYAL VETERINARY COLL. 
(10) SIR JOHN CASS TECH. INST. 
(n) CHELSEA POLYTECHNIC. 

(12) WEST HAM MUNICIPAL COLL. 

(13) WOOLWICH POLYTECHNIC. 



(14) MARIA GREY TRAINING COLL. 

(15) ST. MARY'S COLL., PADDINGTON. 

( 1 6) FURZEDOWN TRAINING COLLEGE. 

(17) JOHN INNES HORTICULTURAL 

INSTITUTION. 

(18) ROTHAMSTED EXPERIMENTAL 

STATION. 

(19) ROYAL ACADEMY OF Music. 

(20) ROYAL COLL. OF Music. 

(21) TRINITY COLL. OF Music. 



Incorporated in the Univ. 



NAMES OF RECOGNIZED TEACHERS 

Note. In the following list the names of the instns. are indicated by 
numerals as shown above. Nos. omitted were assigned to Instns. 
which no longer exist, or which now have no recognized teachers. 
Teachers to whom only probationary recognition has been granted are 
not included in the list. 



Agricultural Biology 
Cutler, D. W., M.A. Camb. (18). 

Biochemistry 
Richards, E. H , B.Sc., F.I.C. 

(Agric. Biochem.) (18). 

Tattersfield, F., D.Sc. (18). 

Biology, v. supra, Medical 

Schools* Recognized Teachers 

Botany 

Brett, Margaret, M.Sc. (8). 

Brenchley, Winifred E., D.Sc. 

(Agric. B.) (18). 
Lacey, H. B., F.L.S. (n). 

Chemistry 

Barnett, E. de B., B.Sc. (10). 
Bell, F., D.Sc,Ph.D. (2). 

Clough, G. W., D.Sc. Birm. (9). 
Crowther, E. M., D.Sc. Leeds, 
P,I.C. (Soil C.) (18). 



Davies, C. W., M.Sc. Wales (2). 
Dean, G., M. A. Camb., D.Sc. (12). 
Doree, C., M.A. Ox., D.Sc, (n). 
Drakeley, T. J., Ph.D., D.Sc,, 

F.C.S., A.I.C. (8). 

Field, S., A.R.C.S. (Applied C.) (7). 
Goodway, N. F., M.Sc. (10). 

Heap, T., B.Sc. Mane., M.Sc., 

Ph.D. (2). 

Houssa, A. J. H., M.Sc., A.I.C. 

(s). 

Kenyon, J., D.Sc., F.I.C. (2). 
King, H. J. S., Ph.D., M.Sc. (8). 
Lowe, F. H., M.Sc. Mane. (i i). 
Patterson, W. S., M.Sc. Leeds, 

Ph.D. (App. C.) (7). 

Russell, SirE. John, D.Sc., F.R.S. 

(Agric. Chem.) (18). 

Sand, H. J. S., Ph.D, Zur,, D.Sc. 

Birm. (10). 



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i86 



LONDON 



Shaddock, C. W., M.Sc. (8). 

SkeUon, J. H., M.Sc., B.Sc. Brist. 

(ii). 

Smith, F. W., M Sc , A I C (8). 
Ward, A. M., D.Sc., Ph D. (10). 
West, R W , D.Sc , A R C S. (8). 

Chemistry, Organic 
Crocker, J. C., M.A. Camb., D.Sc., 
F.C.S. (ii). 

Richardson, D. H., M.Sc. (8). 

Classics 

Crump, Mary M., MA, D.Lit. 
(Latin) (i). 

Cytology 
Darlington, C. D , D.Sc , Ph.D. 

(17). 

Education, v. also Music 
Dean, A. E., M.A., M.Litt. (i). 
Firth, Catherine B., D.Lit. Lond. 

(16). 

Graveson, Caroline C., B.A. (i). 
Green, Mrs. A. N., M A. Mane. (15) . 
Johnston, Katharine L., M.A. 

Sheff., T.D. Camb., B.A. (14). 
Meiklejohn, Grace I. W., M.A. 

Edin. (14). 

Reaney, Mabel J., D.Sc. Lond. 

(16). 

Silsby, Eleanor, M.Sc. Lond. (16). 
Smith, Phylhs W., M.A. (14). 
Steppat, Mrs. M. A. A., M.A. 

Durh., M.A. (14). 

Storr, Muriel, M.A. Ox. (i). 

Terry, Edith, Med. and Mod. 

Lang. Trip. Camb. (16). 

Engineering, Civil 
Bolam, W. N., B.Sc. Edin. (7). 
Brooks, W. H., Ph.D., B.Sc. (Eng.) 

(7). 

Curnock, W. E. M., M.Sc. 
(Eng.) Mane., B.Eng. Liv., 
(Lectr. in Civ. and Mech. E.) 

(2). 

Engineering, Electrical 
Baillie, T. C., D.Sc., M.A. Edin. 

(12). 

Boraston, C. A., B.Sc. (Eng.) Liv. 

(7)- 



Bridger. W., B.Sc. (Eng.) (12). 
Burgess, Alfred F., B Sc. (Eng.) 

(7). 

Dover, A. T. (2). 

Dowse, C. M , B.Sc. (Eng.) (7). 
Fleming, J. G., B.Sc. (Eng.) (2). 
Howgrave-Graham, R. P. (also 

Applied Physics) (7). 

Jolley, A. C. (7). 

Mann, H. C., B.Sc. (Eng.) (2). 
Spencer, W. G., M.Sc. (Tech.) 

Mane. (13). 

Engm., Mech., v. also E., Civil 
Ashworth, M. H., B.Sc. Mane. 

(13). 

Davies, V. C., B.Sc. (2). 

Dumbnll, W. E., BSc (Fluids), 

A.RC.S (7). 

Edmonds, H. M., B Sc. (Eng.) (2). 
Holley, E. G., M.Sc, A.CGL, 

D.LC. (12). 

Larard, C. E,, D Sc (Eng), 

M I.Mech.E., M I.C E. (7) . 
Peck, W. J., M.Sc. (Eng.) Sheff. 

(*). 

Richardson, D. (7). 

Scoble,W. A.,M.B.E.,D.Sc. (Eng.), 
M.I.Mech.E, (13). 

Shaw, J. B., A.R.C.S. (2). 

Engineering, Mech. t and Sur- 
veying 

Gladwyn, A. E., B.Sc. (Eng.) 

(12). 
Parker, W. E., B.Sc. (Eng.) Mane. 

(7). 

Eng. Lang, and Literature 
Rees, W., M.A. Ox., Ph.D. (i). 

Genetics 

Haldane, J. B. S., M A. Ox. and 

Camb , F.R.S. (17). 

Sansome, F. W., B.Sc., Ph.D. 

Edin. (17). 

Geology 

Maslen, A. J., D.Sc., F.L.S., F.G.S. 

(n). 
History 
Ridout, E. S. F., M.A. (i). 

Mathematics 
Church, A. E. R., M.A., D.Sc. (10) . 



OTHER RECOGNIZED TEACHERS 



187 



Curzon, H. E. J., M.A. Camb., 

D.Sc. (i). 

Geary, A., M A. Camb , M.Sc. (7). 

Harvey, F. W., M.A. R.U.I., B Sc 

00. 

Henderson, J. M. A , B Sc. Edin., 
Ph.D. (K., 10). 

Littlejohn, E. S., M.Sc. Mane. 

(12). 

Ludlam, A. E., M.Sc. Birm. (n). 
Rhind, A., B.Sc., A.R.C.S. (8). 
Salmon, W. H., M.A. Camb., B.Sc. 

(12). 
Saxelby, F. M., M.Sc. Mane., B.A. 

(2). 

Smith, R. T., B.A. Camb. (13). 
Topping, J., Ph.D., M.Sc. Mane. 

(n). 

Medicine and Surgery, v. supra 
(p. 166). 
Metallurgy 

Naish, W. A, B.Sc, PhD., 
A.R.S.M , M.I.M.M , F.I.C. 

(ii) 
Music 

Allen, Sir H. P., Mus.D., M. A. Ox., 

F.R.C.M. (20). 

Brockless, G F., Mus.D. Durh., 

F.R.C.O , A.R.C.M., L.R.A.M. 

(2). 

Buck, P. C., M.A., Mus.Doc. Ox., 
M.A. Dub. Prof. (20). 

Carse, A., F.R.A.M. (19). 

Colles, H. C., M.A., D.Mus. Ox. 

(20). 
Dale, B. J., F.R.A.M., F.R.C.O. 

(19). 

Dunhill, T. F., A.R.C,M. (20). 
Dyson, G., Mus.Doc. Ox. (20). 
Farjeon, H., F.R.A.M. (19). 

Greenish, A. J., Mus.D. Camb. 

(19). 

Hinton, A., F.R.A.M. (19). 

Howells, H. N., F.R.C.O., 

A.R.C.M. (20). 

Hurd, R. J. W., LL.D., Ph.D., 

F.T.CX. (21). 

Kerridge, W. H., M.A., Mus.Bac. 

Camb., A.R.C.M., F.R.C.O. 

(ii). 



Kitson, C. H., M.A. Cainb., 

Mus.Doc. Ox., F.R.C.O. (20). 
Long, J. C , Mus.B. Ox. (21). 

Lovelock, W., B.Mus. (21). 

McEwen, Sir John B., ii A. Glas , 

Mus.D., F.R.A.M. (19). 

Oldroyd, G., D 3VIus. (21). 

Regan, L. W. A, B.Mus. Ox, 

A.RAM., F.R.CO. (19). 
Roper, E. S., M.V.O., M.A., 

Mus.B. (21). 

Salsbury, Janet M., Mus.D. Durh., 

L.R A M , F R.C.O. (21). 
Sowerbutts, J. A., B.Mus., 

F.R.C.O., A.RA.M. (19). 
Waddington, S. P. (20). 

Wallace, W., M.D. Glas., F.R.A.M. 

(19). 

Warriner, J., Mus.D. Dub. (also in 
Pedag. as applied to Music) 

(21). 

Wharton - Wells, H., B Mus. 
Ox and Durh, FRC.O., 
L.R.AM. (also recognized in 
Pedag. as applied to Music) 

(n). 

Pedagogy, v. Education and 
Music 

Pharmacy and Pharmacognosy 
Morton, C., B.Sc Lond., Ph.C., 
M.PS. (11). 

Physics, v. also Maths. 
Charlesworth, J., M.Sc. Mane. (8). 
Emsley, H. H. (App. P.), B.Sc. 

Brist. (7). 

Evans, A. E., B.Sc. (2). 

Freeman, L. J., Ph.D., B.Sc., 

D.I.C. (11). 

Howgrave-Graham, R. P. (App. 

P.) (7)- 

Humphry, R. H., M Sc. Birm (10). 
Keen, B. A., D.Sc. (18). 

Laws, S.C.,M.A. Camb., M.Sc. (7). 
Lownds, L., Ph.D. Berl.,B.Sc. (i i). 
Mandell, W., M.Sc. Wales, B.Sc., 

Ph.D. (11). 

Marsh, S., D.Sc. Wales, PhJX 

G6tt. (2). 

Nicol, J., B.A. Camb., B.Sc. (8). 



1 88 LONDON 

Owen, D., B.A. Camb., D.Sc. (10). Soil Bacteriology 

Poison, W., M.A., B.Sc. Aberd. Thornton, H. G., B A Ox., D.Sc. 

(12). (18). 

Swaine, W., B.Sc. Mane. (12). Statistics 

Vinycomb, T. B., M.A. R.U.I. (13) . Fisher, R. A., M.A., Sc.D. Camb., 

Physiology FR -S. (18). 

Symes, W. L , M.R.C S. (9). Veterinary Hygiene 

c ., r Wooldridge,G.H.,F.R.C.V.S. (9). 

Semitic Languages T _ ^ . * ' 

Biichler, A., Ph.D. Leip. (6). Veterinary Pathology 

Daiches, S., Ph.D. Leip. (6 . Hare ' . T - J^' ^.Ch., B.V.Sc. 

Epstein, L, D.Lit., Ph D. (6). Llv " M.R.C.V.S. (9). 

Marmorstein, A., Ph.D. Held. Zoology 

(Bible and Rabbinics) (6). Hentschel, C C., M.Sc. (n). 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

[(a) Principal (6) Subjects in which recognized, (c) Number of students ] 

i. UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, GOLDSMITHS' COLLEGE, New Cross, 
S .14. Incorporated in the Univ. Warden, and Principal of the Training 
Dept. A. E. Dean, M.A., M.Litt. Vice-P'pals. of Training Dept. -R. A. 
Raven, M.A., and Miss C. C. Graveson, B.A. 

Opened in 1905 in buildings presented by the Goldsmiths' Company, whose 
" Technical and Recreative Institute " had been carried on therein since 1891. 
Open to both sexes. Recognized Teachers 9 (v. supra] Classics, Educn., 
Engl , French, Geog., Hist., Maths. ; others 60. 

Training Department. Recognized by Bd. of Educn. as a Training Coll. 
Ordinary course 2 yrs., or for B.A. (Pass) or B.Sc. (General) degree 3 yrs. 
Lectrs. and Instrs. 39. Annual fee for tuition with mid-day meal : 27 or 
32 : ios., according to the course taken. Hostels provide accommodation for 
nearly all the women and many men students. 

School of Art (Day and Evening). Headmaster and 12 Assts. Fees : 
Day, 5 to 15 ; Evening, 123. for any one sessional class or i for an inclusive 
course on any number of evenings. 

The Evening Literary Department. Provides opportunities of non-vocational 
study for men and women. Fees : (same as School of Art). 

2 BATTERSEA POLYTECHNIC, Battersea Park Rd., S.W.u. (a) 
G. F. O'Riordan, B.Sc. (Eng.). (b) Chem., Engin. (Civ., EJec., Mech.), Maths., 
Music, Physics, (c) 3398. 

6. JEWS' COLLEGE, Woburn House, Tavistock Sq., W.C.I, (a) A. 
Buchler, Ph.D. (b) Hebrew, Semitics. (c) 34. 

7. NORTHAMPTON POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, St. John St., E.C.i. 
(a) S. C. Laws, M.A., M.Sc. (b) Engin. (Civil, Mech., Elec.), Physics, Chem., 
Maths, (c} 3149. 

8. NORTHERN POLYTECHNIC, HoUoway Rd., N.?. (a) T. J. Drakeley, 
D.Sc., Ph.D., F.I.C., F.C.S., M.I.M.E. (b) Bot., Chem., Geol., Maths,, Physios, 
(<0 3734- 



OTHER RECOGNIZED TEACHERS 189 

9. ROYAL VETERINARY COLLEGE, Gt. College St., Camden Town, 
N.W.I. (a] Prof. Sir F. T. G. Hobday, C.M.G., F.R.G.V.S., F.R.S.E. 
(6) Chem., Vet. Hyg., Vet. Path, and Bact., Physiol. (c) 263. 

10. SIR JOHN CASS TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, Jewry St., Aldgate, 
E.C.3. (a) G. Patchin, A.R.S.M., M.I.M.M. (6) Chem., Maths., Physics. 
(c) 1000 (approx.). 

n. CHELSEA POLYTECHNIC, Manresa Rd., Chelsea, S.W 3. (a} 
F. J. Harlow, Ph.D., B.Sc., F.Inst.P., A.R.C.Sc. (6) Bot., Chem., GeoL, 
Maths., Metall., Music, Pharm., Physics, Zool. (c) Day, 949 ; Evg., 2286. 

12. WEST HAM MUNICIPAL COLLEGE, Romford Rd., West Ham, 
E.is. (a) T. C. Baillie, M.A., D.Sc. (6) Chem., Engin. (Elec., Mech.), 
Maths., Physics, Surveying, (c) Day, 386 ; Evg., 1590. 

13. WOOLWICH POLYTECHNIC, William St., Woolwich, S.E.i8. (a) 
E. Mallett, D.Sc., M.I.E.E. (&) Chem., Engin. (E., M.}, Maths., Phys. (c) 
1237. 

14. MARIA GREY TRAINING COLLEGE, Salusbury Rd., Brondesbury, 
N.W.6. (a) Miss K. L. Johnston, M.A. (&) Educn. (c) 228. 

15. ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, 34 Lancaster Gate, W.2. (a) Miss Apperson, 
M.A. Head of Trammg Department Mrs. J. A Green, M.A. (&) Teachers' 
Diploma of London and Camb. Univs., Teachers' Certif. of Nat. Froebel Union. 
(c} 100. 

16. FURZEDOWN TRAINING COLLEGE, Welham Rd., Mitcham Lane, 
S.W. 1 7. (a) Miss A. Lloyd Evans, M.A. (&) Pedagogy, (c) 264. 

17. JOHN INNES HORTICULTURAL INSTITUTION, Mostyn Rd., 
Merton, S.W.xg. (a) Sir Daniel Hall, K.C.B., LL.D., M.A., F.R.S. (6) Mainly 
Pure Genetics and Cytology with some practical applications, especially to 
cultivated fruit. For research students only 

18. ROTHAMSTED EXPERIMENTAL STATION, Harpenden, Herts. 
Director Sir John Russell, D.Sc., F.R.S. (6) Science (in its application to 
Agric.). For research students only. 

19. ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Marylebone Rd., N.W.i. (a} Sir 
John B. McEwen, M.A., D.Mus., F.R.A.M., F.R.C.M. (6) All branches of 
Music, theoretical and practical. 

20. ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC, Prince Consort Rd., S. Kensington, 
S.W.7. Director Prof. Sir Hugh P. Allen, K.C.V.O., M.A., Mus.D., D.Litt. 
(6) All Music subjects, (c) About 700. 

21. TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, Mandeville Place, W.i. (a) E. 
Stanley Roper, M.V.O., M.A., Mus.B. (6) All subjects for the Musical and Arts 
(Music) degrees of Lond. and other Univs. (c) Univ. degree students, 14. 



VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER 

VISITOR H M. THE KING IN COUNCIL 

CHANCELLOR Rt. Hon the EARL OF CRAWFORD AND BALCARRES, K.T., 
LL.D., D.Litt,, F.R.I B.A., F.R S 

VICE-CHANCELLOR WALTER H. MOBERLY, D.S O , M.A., Litt.D 

PRO-VICE-CHANCELLORS Prof. H. S. RAPER, C.B.E., D.Sc., M.B., 
Ch.B , F.R S. ; Prof. JOHN ORR, M A., B.Litt , L es L. 

CHAIRMAN OF THE COUNCIL A. H. WORTHINGTON, B.A , LL D. 
TREASURER Sir ERNEST D. SIMON, M A. 
DEPUTY-TREASURER ROBERT MCDOUGALL, B.Sc 
CHAIRMAN OF CONVOCATION L F. BEHRENS, M.Com. 
REGISTRAR NORMAN SMITH, D.Sc. 

DIRECTOR OF EXTRA-MURAL STUDIES AND SECRETARY TO THE SENATE 
H. P. TURNER, M.A., LL.M. 

TUTORS See under " General Information " Faculties. 
LIBRARIAN C. W. E. LEIGH, M.A, 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

Accounting [Lectr. Demonstrators : 

Wilkinson, R. H. E., F.C.A. Taylor, A , M.B., Ch.B. 

Jones, M. Wheatley, B.Com. Heslop, T. S., M.B., Ch.B. 

Asst. Lectr. Birkett, A. N., B.Sc , M B., Ch.B. 
Agriculture, v. Bot., Chem, 

Econ., Zool. Archeology 

A , , rr * i r-n f Forster, Prof. E. S., M.B.E., 

Anatomy and. Histology [Prof. 

Stopford, i S. B., MJ?pis. 

Lecturers : 

Stewart, D., M.Sc., M.R.C.S., Architecture, v. also Archaeol. 

L.R.C.P. Dickie. A. C., M.A., A.R.I.B.A. 

Cooper, Eugenia R. A, M.Sc, "Prof. 

M.D. (Histology) . Lecturers : 

Holmes, A. H, M.D., M R.C.P. Edwards, W. B., B.Arch. Liv., 

(Applied Anat.) . M.A., A.R LB. A. 

Jefferson, G., M.S. Lond., F.R.C.S. Williams, J. 

(Applied Anat.). HaUiday, J. T., F.R.I.B.A. (Town 

Paterson, R. S., M.B., Ch.B., Planning). 

D.M.R.E. Camb. (Applied (Italian Mural Painting). 

Anat.). Martin, J. L , M A , A R I.B.A. 

Platt, H., M.D., M.S. Lond., Asst. Lectr. 

F.R.C.S. (Applied Anat.). Instructors : 

Sutherland, D. McK., M.D , Levy, E. (Life Drawing). 

F.R.C.S. (Applied Anat.). Edge, R. (Drawing). 

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Banking 
Cunhffe, W. 

Drummond-Fraser Lectr. 

Botany 

Drummond, J. M F , M.A. Camb. 

George Harnson Prof. 

Lang, W. H., M B , C M , D.Sc., 

LLD Glas., M Sc , F.R S. 

(Cryptogamic B ) Barker Prof. 

Sr. Lecturers : 
Smith, A. E. H., B.Sc. Edin. 

(Agric. Bot.). 
Howarth, W. O., M.Sc. 

Lecturers : 

Manton, Irene, B A., Ph D. Camb. 
Bennet-Clark, T. A., M.A., Ph D. 
Camb. 

Asst. Lecturers : 
Colson, Barbara, B Sc. Lond. 
Gillespie, J., B Sc Glas. 
(Mycol ) Res Asst. 

Chemistry, v. also Physics, 

Physiol., Technol. 
Lapworth, A., M.Sc., D Sc.Lond., 
LL.D. St. And. and Birm., 
F.R.S, Sir Samuel Hall Prof. 

(Organic Chem.) Prof. 

Hurt, F. P., M.B.E., B.Sc. Lond., 
D Sc. Bnst. (Stoichio Chem.) 
Reader. 
Sr. Lecturers : 
Smith, Norman, D.Sc. 
Myers, J. E., O.B.E., D.Sc. 
Campbell, C., D.Sc. 
Fairbrother, F., D.Sc. 

Lecturers : 

Henry, D. C., M.A. Camb. 
Burkhardt, G. N., M.Sc., Ph.D. 
Gaul, E. G., M.Sc. 
Herbert, J. B. M., M.Sc. 
Hey, D. H., M.Sc. Wales, B.Sc., 

Ph.D. Lond. 

Stewart, R, B.Sc., Ph.D. Edin. 
(Agric. Chem.)- 

Asst. Lecturers : 
Spring, F. S., B.Sc., Ph.D. Liv. 
Bawn, C. E. H., B.Sc. Brist. 



Chinese 



Lectr. 

Classics, v. also Archaeol. and 

Theol. 

Webster, T.B.L.,M. A. Ox (Greek) 
Hulme Prof. 

Anderson, W. B., M.A. Camb and 
Mane., D.Litt. Aberd. (Latin) 
Hulme Prof. 
Lecturers : 

Husband, Jeame, B.A. Liv. 
McLachlan, Rev. H., M.A., D.D. 

(Hellenistic Gk.). 
Woodcock, E. C, M.A. Camb. 

(Latin). 

Asst. Lecturers : 
Newell, A. N., B.A Camb 
Davison, J. A., B.A. Ox. 
Palmer, L. R., B.A. Wales, Ph.D. 

Vienna. 

Hudson-Williams, A., B.A. Wales. 
Wycherley, R. E., B.A. Camb. 

Crystallography 

Miers, Sir H. A , M.A., D.Sc. Ox., 
Shef., and Mane., LL.D. Liv., 
Ph.D. Chris., F.R.S. 

Hon. Prof. 
Buckley, H. E., D.Sc. Lectr. 

Dentistry , v. infra 

Economics and Commerce, v also 
Acctg., Banking, Education, 
Law, Soc. Study, Statistics, 
Pub. Admin. 

Daniels, G. W., M.A., M.Com. 
(Polit. Econ.) 

Stanley Jevons Prof. 
Redford, A., M.A., Ph.D. 

(Econ. Hist.) Reader. 
Ashton, T. S., M.A. 

(Curr. and Fin.) Reader. 
Jewkes, J., M.Com. (Comm.). 
Orr, J., M.A. Glas. 

(Agr. Econ.) Sr. Lectr. 
Asst. Lecturer : 

Roberts, S. G., B.Com. (Econ.). 
Collier, Frances, M.A. 

(Comm. and Admin.) 
Gartside Res. Asst. 



Bruce, W., B.Sc. Lond. 

(Tutorial Classes) Staff Tutor. 

Education 

Duff, J F , M.A. Camb. Prof. 
Findlay, J J , M.A. Ox., Ph.D. 

Leip., M Ed. Hon. Prof. 

Lecturers : 

Start, Laura E., M.Ed. 
Eggar, Margaret E., N.F.U. 
Hindshaw, Winifred, M.A., M.Ed. 
Conway, Gladys, B.A. Liv. 
Vaughan, Frances M., M.A. N.U.I. 
Jackson, Rev. S. F., M.A. Mane. 

and Liv., Litt.D. Liv. 
Clarke, Winifrid S. (Phys. Ex.). 
Helm, J. H., B.A , LL.B. Camb. 
Borthwick,PhylhsM., M.Sc.Brist., 

B Sc. Lond. 

Stanley, B. T , B.A. Ox. 
Tempest, N. R., M.A. Liv. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Collins, Hilda F. (Handwork and 

Drawing) Asst. 

Keighley, T., Mus.D. (Singing). 
Ewing, A. W. G., M.A. Edin., 

Ph D. (Speech. Trg.) 

Asst. Lectr. 

(Phys. Ex.) Instr. 

Middleton, Edith 

(Gardening) Instr. 
Med. Offs. for Tr. Dept. : 
Melland, C. H., M.D. Lond., B.Sc., 

F.R.C.P. (men). 
Chisholm, Catherine, B.A., M.D. 

(women). 

Education of the Deaf 
Ewing, Irene R. 

Ellis Llwyd Jones Reader. 

Ewing, A W. G., M.A. Edin., 

Ph D. Hon. Sp. Lectr. 

Res. Asst. 

Electro-Chemistry, v. Physics 

Electro-Technics 
Beattie, R., D.Sc. Durh. 

Edward Stocks Massey Prof. 
Gerrard, H., M.Sc. Sr. Lectr. 

Higham, J., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Roberts, Frank, M.Sc. Asst. Lectr. 



Engineering, v. also Technol 
Gibson, A H , D.Sc., M.Inst.C.E., 
M.LMech E Beyer Prof. 

Mason, C. M , M Sc Clifton Lectr. 

Lecturers . 
Jones, Eric, M Sc. 
Baker, H W , M Sc. 
Mucklow, G. F., D.Sc. 
Cornish, R. J , M.Sc 
Allen, Jack, M.Sc. Asst Lectr. 
Frith, J., M Sc., M.Inst E.E. 

Sp Lectr. 

English Language and Lit 
Charlton, H. B , M.A. Leeds and 
' Mane. (E. Lit ) Taylor Prof. 
Gordon, E. V , M.A. Ox. 

(E. Lang.) Smith Prof. 
Wright, J. D., M.A. Sr Lectr. 

Lecturers '. 
Harmer, Florence E., M A. Camb., 

B A. Lond. 
Waller, R. D., M.A. 
Zamick, M., M.A. St. And. 

Asst. Lectr. 

French Language and Lit. 
Kastner, L. E., M A. Camb. and 
Mane., Litt.D. Camb. Prof. 
Orr, J., M.A. Ox. and Mane., 
B.Litt. Ox , L. es L. Paris 

(Fr. Lang ) Prof. 

Crump, Phyllis E., M.A Lond. and 
Mane. Sr. Lectr 

Lecturers : 
Marks, J,MA. 
Valette, Andree, Mod. Lang Hons. 

Ox. 
Robertson, Manon E. I , M.A. 

Edin , D. es L Paris 
Asst. Lecturers i 
Reid, T. B. W., M.A., LL B. Dub , 

L. es L. Montp. 
Holdsworth, F., B A. Shef. 
Malan, A. A., L. es L. Bord. Asst. 

Geography 

Fleure, H. J., D.Sc. Wales Prof. 
Fitzgerald, W., M.A. Liv. Lectr. 
Wright, Mabel C., A.R C.S I. 

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Davies, Arthur, M.Sc. Wales 

Asst. Lectr. 

Davies, Elwyn, B A. Wales, M.Sc 
Lecture Asst 

Geology, Palesont , and Petrol. 
Pugh, W. J., O.B.E., D.Sc., B.A. 
Wales Prof. 

Lecturers i 

Straw, S. H., M.Sc. Lond. 
Williams, N. T., B.Sc. Wales 

(Mining). 
Morton, E., M Sc. 

(Applied Geol ) Sp. Lectr. 

Nockolds, S. R, B.Sc., PhD 

Camb. Asst Lectr 

German Lang, and Lit. 
Fairley, Barker, M.A. Leeds, Ph D. 
Jena Henry Simon Prof. 

Gillies, A., M.A. Shef . Asst. Lectr 
Pickering, F. P., B A. Leeds 

Asst. Lectr 
Thielke, K. L. F., B A. Shei. Asst 

Hebrew, v. Theol. Semitic 
Langs, and Lit. 

Histology, v. Anat., Physiol., 
Pathol. 

History, v. also Econ., Palaeog., 

Theol. 

Jacob, E. F., M.A., D.Phil. Ox. 
(MediEeval H.) Prof. 
Atkinson, D., B A. Ox., M A. 

(Ancient H.) Prof. 
Namier, L. B., M.A. Ox. (Mod. H.) 

Prof. 

Tait, J., M.A. Ox. and Mane., 
LittJD., F.B.A. Hon. Prof. 
Lecturers ! 
Hughes, Edward, M.A. (Mod. and 

Military Hist.). 
Wilkinson, B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Atkinson, Kathleen M. T., M.A. 
Ox. (Ancient H.) Sp. Lectr. 
Taylor, A. J. P., B.A. Ox. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Industrial Psychology, v. Psy- 
chology 



Italian 
Praz, Mario, D Litt Flor., Dr.Jur 

Rome Prof 

Speight, Kathleen, B A. Asst. 

Law 

Eastwood, R. A., LL D. Prof. 
Hedges, R Y., LL.D. (Internat. 

L.). Sr. Lectr. 

Lecturers : 

Easton, J. M., M.A. Ox. 
JoUy, J. C , B A. Camb. 
Walmsley, A., LL B. Lond. 
McDougall, A , B A. Tasm., M.A., 

B.C.L. Ox. 
Turner, H. P, MA., LL.M. (Rly. 

and Factory L.) . 
Webber, G J., LL B Lond (Tutor 

for Articled Clerks). 

Mathematics, v. also Technol. 
Mordell, L. J., B.A Camb., M.Sc., 
F.R.S. 

(Pure M.) Fielden Prof. 
Hartree, D. R., M.A., Ph.D. 
Camb , F R S. 

(Applied M.) Beyer Prof. 

Bailey, W. N., M A. Camb., M.Sc. 

Lond., D Sc. Sr. Lectr. 

Lecturers : 

Child, J. M., B.A. Camb., B.Sc. 

Lond. 
Eagle, A., B.Sc. Lond., A.R C.S. 

Asst. Lecturers : 
Todd, J. A., B.A. Camb. 
Jackson, J. M., B.Sc. Lond. 
Hunter, W., M.A. Camb., B.Sc. 

Lond. 
Walmsley, Doris, M.Sc. 

Lectr. Asst. 
Medicine, v. infra 

Metallurgy and Metallography, 

v. also Technol. 

Thompson, F. C., B.Sc. Lond., 
D.Met. Shef., M.Sc. Prof. 
O'Neill, H., M.Met. Shef., D.Sc. 

Sr. Lectr. 

Jones, E. O., B.Sc. Lond., 
A.R.S.M. (Electro-Metal- 
lurgy) Lectr. 

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Cuthbertson, J. W,, M.Sc. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Military Organization and Tac- 
tics, v. also Hist. 
Penlington, Capt. T. N. 

Hon. Lectr. 

Mining, v. Geology 

Music 
Keighley, X., Mus.D. 

(Harmony and M. Com- 
position) Lectr. 
Wilcock, A. W., Mus.D. 

(Hist, of M.) Lectr. 
Bragg, Prof. W. L. (Acoustics). 

Lectr. 

Dickson, E. C. S., B.A. Camb., 
Ph.D, Bonn. 

(Acoustics) Sr. Lectr. 

Paleography 
Tyson, M., M.A., Ph.D. Lectr. 

Philosophy and Public Admini- 
stration, v. also Theol. 
Stocks, J. L., D.S.O., M.A. Ox. and 
Mane. Sir Samuel Hall Prof. 
Alexander, S., O.M., M.A. Ox. and 
Mane , D.Litt. Ox, and Durh., 
Litt.D. Mane, and Liv., LL.D. 
Birm. and St. And., F B.A. 

Hon. Prof. 

Dakyns, A. L., M.A. Ox (Pub. 
Admin.) Lectr. 

Teale, A. E., B.A Leeds 

Asst Lectr. 
Physics, v. also Electro-Technics 

and Elect. Engin. 
Bragg, W. L., M.A. Camb , M.Sc., 
F.R.S., Nobel Laureate 

Langworthy Prof. 
Schuster, Sir Arthur, Sc.D. Camb., 
Ph.D. Heid., D.Sc., F.R.S. 

Hon. Prof. 
Sr. Lecturers : 
Nuttall, J. M., D.Sc. 
James, R. W., M.A. Camb., B.Sc. 

Lond. 

Dickson, E. C. S., B.A. Camb., 
Ph.D. Bonn. 



Lecturers : 
Bell, H., M.A. Edin. 
Brentano, J. C. M., D.Sc. Mun. 
Henry, D. C., M.A. Camb. (Colloid 

Phys). 

Williams, E. J., D.Sc. Wales, 
Ph.D. Camb. and Mane. 
(Math. Phys.) . Sp. Lectr. 
Sutherland, G. A., M.A. Camb. 

Sp. Lectr. 
Asst. Lecturers : 
Taylor, W. H., M Sc , Ph.D. 
Gurney, R. W., M. A., Ph.D. Camb. 

Physiology [Brackenbury Prof. 
Raper, H. S., C.B.E., D.Sc , M.B., 

Ch.B. Leeds, M Sc., F.R.S. 
Lamb, F. W. J. A , B.A., M.D , 
D.P.H. Dub. 

(Human Physiol.) Reader. 

Lecturers : 
Ritchie, A. D., M.A. Camb. and 

St. And. (Physiol. Chem.). 
Schlapp, W., M.B., Ch B., B.Sc., 

Ph.D. Edm. (Exper. P.). 

Hon. Asst. Lecturers : 
Langley, G. J., M.B.E., M.D., B.S. 

Lond., M.R.C.P. 
Diggle, F. H., O.B.E., F.R.C.S. 
Bramwell, J. C., M.A. Camb., M.D., 

F.RC.P. (Exper. P.). 
Brennan, H. J., M.B., Ch.B. 

(Applied P.) Asst. Lectr. 

Demonstrators : 

Whittenbury, G. V., B.Sc. (Corn- 
par P.). 

Winter, L. B., M.A., M.D. Camb. 
(Human P.). 

Pugh, Caeciha E. M., M.Sc., Ph.D. 
(Physiol. Chem.). 

Political Philosophy, v. Philos. 

Psychology [Prof. 

Pear, T. H., B.Sc. Lond., M.A. 
James, H. E. O., B.A., M.Sc. 

Lectr. 
Wyatt, S., M.Sc., M.Ed. Sp. Lectr. 

Pub Administration, v. Philos. 



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Russian 

Trofimov, M. V., M.A. Pet. and 
Mane. 

Sir William Mather Prof. 

Semitic Languages, v. Theol. 

Spanish [Sr. Lectr. 

Rees, J. W., M.A. Ox., B.A. Wales 
Sarmiento, E., B.A., Ph.D. Lond. 
Asst. Lectr. 
Statistics 
Campion, H., M.A. Com. 

Robert Ottley Lectr. 
Technology, v. infra 

Theology, v. infra 

Veterinary Hygiene, v. infra 
Bacteriol. and Prev. Med. 

Zoology 

Cannon, H. G., M.A., Sc.D. Camb., 
D.Sc. Lond. Beyer Prof. 

Brown, F. J., M.Sc. Sr. Lectr. 
Miles, H. W., M.Sc. Brist , Ph.D. 
(Agr. Entomol ) Lectr. 

Asst. Lecturers : 
Lowe, Esther, M.Sc. Liv. 
Marples, B. J., B.A. Ox., M.Sc. 
Brough, J., B.Sc. Durh. 
Smith, J. E., B.Sc. Lond. 
MacGill, Elsie L, M.Sc. (Entomol.) 
Res. Asst. 

Medicine 

(for subjects of first 2 yrs. Anat , 

etc., v. supra). 
An&sthetics 

Hill, E F., M.B., Ch.B., M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. Lectr. 

Bacteriology, v. infra 

Cancer Research [Director. 

Twort, C. C., M.D. Aberd. 
Bottomley, A. C., M.Sc., Ph.D. 

Chemist. 

Assistants : 

Twort, J. M., B.Sc. Lond. 
Lyth, R., B.Sc,, Dip. Bact. 

Children, Diseases of [Lectr. 
Lapage, C. P., M.D., F.R.C.P. 



Clinical Investigations 
Wilkinson, J. F., M.Sc., M.D., 
Ph.D. Dir. of Lab. 

Dermatology 
Clin. Lecturers : 

Dyson, W., O.B E., M.D. (also 
Hon. Sp. Lectr., Path, of the 
Skin). 

Savatard, L., L.SA. 
Gibson, R,MD. Edin. 

Ear, Throat, and Nose, Diseases 

of the 

Sewell, D L., M.B., B.S. Lond., 
M R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

(Ear) Lectr. 
Wrigley, F. G., M.D. 

(Throat and Nose) Lectr. 

Forensic Medicine 

Anderton, W. B., MB. Lond., 

M R.C S , L.R.C P. Lectr. 

Hygiene, v. infra Bacteriol. and. 

Prev. Med. 

Infectious Diseases [Clin. Lectr. 
Sutherland, D. S., M D. Glas. 

Materia Med. and Therap. 

Leech Prof. 

Macdonald, A. D., M.A., M.B., 

Ch.B. Edin. Reader. 

Rawsthorne, F., L.D.S. (Eng.) 

(Dental Mat. Med.) Lectr. 
Bedford, T. H. B., M.Sc., M.B., 

Ch.B. Leeds, M.R.C.P. (Phar- 

macol.) Asst. Lectr. 

Medicine, Clinical 
Ramsbottom, A, M.D., D.P.H., 

F.R.C.P. Prof. 

Lecturers : 
Melland, C. H., M.D. Lond., B.Sc., 

F.R.C.P. 
Core, D. E., M.D., F.R.C.P. (also 

in Neurol.). 
Oliver, T. H., M.D., M.R.C.P. (also 

in Syst. Med.). 

Leech, E. B., M.D. Camb., F.R.C.P. 
Medicine, Systematic, v. also 

Med., Clin. 
Tylecote, F. E, M.D., D.P.H., 

F.R.C.P. Prof. 



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Langley, G. J., M.B.E., M.D., 
B.S. Lond., M.R.C.P. 

(Gen. Tlierap.) Reader. 

Wilkinson, J. F., M.Sc., M.D., 
Ph.D. Lectr. 

Brockbank,W.,M.A.,M.D Camb., 
M.R.C.P. Demr. 

Mental Diseases 

Blair, D., M A., M.D. Glas. Lectr. 

Cormac, H. D., M.B., M.S. Madr., 

D.P.M. Lectr. 

Neurology, v. Med., Clin. 

Obstetrics and Gyn&cology 
Dougal, D., M.C., M.D. Prof. 

Bride, J. W., M.D. Lond. and 

Mane. Lectr. 

Bailey, K. V., M.C., M.D, 

M.R.C.P. Asst. Lectr. 

Gerrard, E. A., MB., Ch.B , 

M.R.C.S , L R C.P. Demr 

Obstetrics and Gynescol., Clin. 
Shaw, W. R, M.D. Prof. 

Lacey, F. H., M.D. Hon. Lectr. 

Ophthalmology 

Clin. Lecturers : 
McNabb, H. H , M.D. 
Wharton, J., M.A., M D. Camb. 
Bride, T. M., M.D. 

Orthopesdics 

Hon. Clin. Lecturers : 
OUerenshaw, R , M.D., F.R.C S. 
Platt, H., MS. Lond., M.D., 
F.R.C.S. 

Pathology and Path. Anat., v. 
also Dermatol. and Surgical 
Path. 

Baker, S. L., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 
Ph D., D.P.H. Lond. 

Procter Prof. 

Loveday, G. E., M.A., MB., B.C. 

Camb, M.R.C.S., L.RC.P. 

(Clin. Path.) Reader. 

Susman, W., B.A., M.D. Ont, 

(Morbid Anat. and Histol.). 

Lectr. 
Sheehan, H. L., M.D. Lectr. 



Asst. Lectrs. : 
Kay, W. W., B.Sc., M.B., Ch.B. 

(Chem. Path.). 
Whitehead, R , M.Sc., M D.. 
Kershaw, J., L.S.A. Lond., L.D.S. 
Demr. 

Pharmaceutics 

Grier, J., M.Sc., Ph.C. Sr. Lectr. 
Brindle, H., B Sc. Lond , Ph.C. 

(Pharm. Chem.) Lectr. 
Roberts, Ivy, M.Sc., Ph C. Lectr. 
Duncan, Jeannette, B.Sc., Ph.C. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Demonstrators : 
Fowlds, W. L , B Sc., Ph.C. 
Prescott, S L , B.Sc 
Bullock, K., M.Sc , Ph.D 
Pharmacology, v. Mat. Med. 
Radiology 

Twining, E.W.,M R.C S.,L.R C.P., 
D.M.R.E. Camb. Lectr. 

Surgery, Chn., v. also Orthop 
Burgess, A. H., LL.D. Manit., 
M.B., Ch.B., M.Sc., F.R.C.S. 
Prof. 

Lecturers : 
Roberts, Chas., M.B., B.S. Lond., 

F.R.C.S. 
Buckley, J. P., M.A., M.D. Camb., 

M.S. Lond., F R.C.S. 
Rayner, H. H., M.B., Ch.B., 

FR.C.S. 

Surgery, Operative 
Lecturers : 
Hughes, E. E, M.B., Ch.M., 

FR.C.S. 
Southam, A. H., M.A., M.D., 

M.Ch. Ox., F.R.C.S. 
Surgery, Practical 
Roberts, Chas., M.B., B.S. Lond., 
F.R.C.S. Lectr. 

Surgery, Systematic 
Telford, E. D., M.A , B.C. Camb., 
M.Sc., F.R.C S. Prof. 

Lecturers '. 

Hey, W. H., M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S. 
Morley, J., M.B., ChM., F.R.C.S. 
Graham-Bryce, A., M.D., D.P.H., 
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Surgical Pathology 

Lecturers : 

Wrigley, P. R., F.R.C.S. 
Wright, G., M.B., Ch.B. Edin., 



Buckley, J. P., M.A., M.D. Camb., 
M.S. Lond., F.R.C.S. 

Therapeutics, v. Mat. Med. 

Tuberculosis 

Sutherland, D. P., M.B , B.S. 
Lond. Hon. Chn. Lectr. 

Vaccination [Lectr. 

Chisholm, Catherine, B.A., M.D. 

Venereal Diseases 
Clin. Instructors : 
Reid, W. J. S., M.A., M.D. Aberd., 

M.RC.P. 

Whitehead, G., M.B., Ch.B. 
Byrd, Eliz. C., M.Sc., M.B., Ch.B. 
Addis, W. R., M.B., Ch B. Edux. 
Burke, E. T., D.S.O., M.B., Ch.B. 

Glas. 
Mumford, P. B., M.D., F.R.C.P. 



Bacteriology and Preventive 
Medicine 

(v. also Pathol.) 

Maitland, H. B., M.D. Tor., M Sc., 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Prof. 
Lecturers : 

Downie, A. W., M D. Aberd. 

Fairbrother, R. W., M.D. 

Heap, H., M.Sc. (San. and Bact. 
Chem.). 

Asst. Lecturers : 
McGaughey, C. A., M.R.C.V.S., 

D.V.S.M. 

Kerrin, J. C., M.D., D.P.H. Aberd. 
Shortt, W. M., M.Sc. 

(Chem.) Demr. 
Factory Hygiene 

Hood, W. D., M.B , Ch.B Glas., 
DJP H. Lectr. 

Public Health Administration 
Lecturers t 
Butterworth, J. J., M.D., D.P.H. 



Walker, E. H., M.B., Ch.B., 
D.P.H. 

Sanitary Engineering 
Coleman, G. S., D.Sc.(Eng ) Lond , 
F.R.S.I. Lectr. 

School Hygiene [Lectr. 

Young, M., M.D. Edin., D.P.H. 

Veterinary Hygiene 
Woods, W., F.R.C.V.S. Lectr. 

Vital Statistics 

Scholefield, E. H., M.B., Ch.B. Ox., 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., D.P.H. 
Lectr. 

Dentistry 
Lecturers : 

(D Anat. and Physiol.). 

Hutchinson, A. C. W., M.D.S., 

LJXS (D. Mech. and D. 

Prosthetics). 
Houghton, E., L.D.S. Eng. (Pract. 

Op. D. Surg.). 
Graham-Bryce, A., M.D., D P.H., 

F.R.C.S. (Regional S.). 
Mauley, E. B., L.D.S. (D. Histol.). 
Thompson, Prof. F. C., B.Sc. 

Lond., D. Met. Shef., M.Sc. 

(D. Metall.). 
Rawsthorne, F., L.D.S. Eng. (D. 

Mat. Med.). 

Maitland, Prof. H. B. (D. Bact). 
Hughes, T. M., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 

L.D.S. Eng. (Orthodontics). 
Simms, H., M.D., L.D.S. Eng. (D. 

Path, and Surg.). 
Melland, C. H., M.D. Lond., B.Sc., 

F.R.C.P. (Med.). 
(D. Histol.) Demr. 

Theology 

Biblical Criticism and Exegesis 
Dodd, Rev. C. H., M.A. Ox., D.D. 
Aberd. Rylands Prof. 

Wardle, Rev. W. L., M.A. Camb., 
D.D. Dub. (Old Test) 

Reader. 

Cheetham, Rev. F. P., M A. Camb. 
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Findlay, Rev. J A , M.A. Camb. 
(New Test.) Lectr. 

Christian Ethics 

Hirst, Rev. E. W., MA. Lond., 
B Sc. Ox. Lectr. 

Comparative Religion 
Murphy, Rev. J., M.A, D.D , 
D Litt. Glas. Prof. 

Early Church History 
Grieve, Rev. A. J., M.A. Ox., D.D. 
Lond. Lectr. 

Ecclesiastical History 
Pantin, W. A , M.A. Ox. 

Bishop Fraser Lectr 
Hellenistic Greek 

McLachlan, Rev. H., M.A., D D. 
Lectr 

History of Doctrine 
Lecturers i 
Townsend, Rev. H., M A. N.U I., 

D.D. Lond. 

Brewis, Rev. J. T., B.A., B D. 
MacLeavy, Rev. G. W. M., B.D. 
Lond , M.A. 

Philosophy of Religion 
Moberly, W. H., D.S.O., M A. Ox., 
LittD. Prof. 

Lee, A., M.A. Camb. Lectr. 

Psychology of Religion 
Lee, A., M.A. Camb. Lectr. 

Semitic Languages 
Canney, M. A., M.A. Ox. and 
Mane. Prof. 

Fish, Rev. T., Ph.D. Camb. 
(Oriental Hist.) Sp. Lectr. 
Coggan, F. D., B.A. Camb. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Technology 

Jones, B. Mouat, D.S.O., M.A. 

Ox., Principal of the College 

of Tech. and Dean of the 

Faculty. 

Building Construction 
McKay, W. B., M.R.S.I., 

MJ.Struct.E. Lectr. 



Asst. Lecturers : 
Wilson, A. V., M.I Struct E. 
Reid, D A G., B Sc. (Eng ) Glas 
Cormack, W. A S , A.R I B A. 

Chemistry, Applied 
Kenner, J , D.Sc. Lond., Ph D. 

Heid., F.R.S. (Tech. C.) Prof. 
Lecturers : 
Wood, J. K , D.Sc., F.I.C. (Phys. 

C.) 
McCulloch, A , M.Sc. Tech., A.I.C. 

(Fuels) 

Walker, T. K., D Sc., Ph.D., F.I.C. 
Howell, O. R , B.Sc. Wales, Ph D. 

Camb, Wales, and Zur, 

D Sc , F.I C. 
Bradley, W., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Tine. 

C. and Dyes-tuffs). 
Handford, C., M.Met. Shef . (Metall. 

and Assaying). 
Neale, S. M., M.Sc. Liv. (Cellulose 

C.). 

Cardwell, D , M.Sc., B.Com., F.I C. 
Sp. Lectr. 
Asst. Lecturers . 
Chadwick, Marion, M.Sc.Tech. 

(Foodstuffs). 
Craven, May B., M.Sc.Tech., 

AIC. 

Hancock, A., M.Sc.Tech., F.LC. 
Fowler, E A., B.Sc. Glas. (Metall. 

and Assaying). 

Bloomer, V., M.Sc. (Electro-C.). 
Ward, A. F. H., B Sc.Lond., M.A.. 

PhD. Camb. (Phys. C.). 
Demonstrators : 
Mounfield, J. D., M.Sc.Tech, 

AIC 

Shaw, H., M.Sc.Tech. 
Deny, L. W., B.Sc. Brrm. 
Morton, F., M Sc.Tech. 
Statham, F. S., Ph D. Shefl. 

Chemistry, Textile 
Lecturers : 
Scholefield, F., B.Sc. Lond., M.Sc. 

Mane, and Leeds, F.I.C. 

(Bleaching, Dyeing, and 

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Bailey, F. W. (Paper-making). 
Hibbert, Eva, M.Sc.Tech. (Ap- 
plied C.) Asst. Lectr. 
Preston, J. M., B.Sc Liv. 

(Tex. Chem } Asst. Lectr. 
Turner, H. A., M.Sc. Shef. Demr. 

Engineering, Electrical 
Hollingworth, J , M.A. Camb , 
D.Sc. Lond , M I.E E. Prof 
Lecturers : 

Langton, J. L., M.Sc., M.I.E.E. 
Moore, A. E., M.Sc.Tech., M I.E.E. 
Clayton, A. E., D.Sc. (Eng.) Lond., 

M.I.E.E. 

Jackson, W., M.Sc. 
Asst. Lecturers : 
Glynne, A., M.A. Camb. 
Freeman, G. F., M.Sc. (Eng.) 

Lond. 
Hanney, E. A., M.Eng. Shef. 

Engineering, Mechanical 
Smith, Dempster, M.B.E., M Sc 

Tech., M.I.Mech.E. Prof. 
Lecturers : 
Boswall, R. O., B.Sc. (Eng.) Lond., 

M.Sc.Tech. 
ThrelfaJl, H., F.R C.S.I., M.Sc. 

Tech. 

Ferguson, R. M., M.Sc. 
Bevan, T., M.Sc Tech. 
Oakden, J. C., M.A. Camb., M.Sc. 

Tech. 

Asst. Lecturers : 
Bnerley, J. C., M.Sc.Tech. 
Coe, N. W., M.Sc.Tech. 
Tarns, B. J., B.Sc. (Eng.) Lond. 
Carrington, H., D.Sc., M.Sc.Tech. 
Grundy, R. H., Ph.D., M.Eng. Liv. 
Whittaker, J. R., M.Sc.Tech. 

Engineering, Municipal 
Lecturers : 
Coleman, G. S., D.Sc. (Eng.) Lond., 

RR.S.I. 
Johnson, A., M.Sc. Durh., M.R.S J. 

Asst. Lecturers : 

Chadwick, A. S., L.R.I.B.A., 
M.R.S.I. 



Walton, H., B.Sc.Tech. 

Industrial Administration 

Lecturers : 

Fenelon, K. G., M A., Ph D. Edin. 
Garden, D. J.,M.A.,B.Com. Aberd. 
Yates, M. L , M.Sc.Tech. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Languages, Modern 
Eaton, R. S., M.A. Asst. Lectr. 
Jackson, H. S., B.A., Asst. Lectr. 

Mathematics 

Lecturers : 

Prescott, J., M.A., D.Sc. 
Bowman, F., M.A. Camb., M.Sc. 

Tech. 
Topping, J., M Sc. 

Asst. Lecturers : 
Tilsley, H., B.Sc. (Eng.) Lond. 
Hawkes, J H , M Sc. 
Howarth, A., B Sc. 

Mining 

Williams, N. T., B.Sc. Wales, 
M.I.M.E. Lectr. 

Physics 

Lowery, H., M.Sc., Ph.D. Lond., 

M.Ed. Leeds Lectr. 

Walmsley, H. P., D.Sc. Lectr. 

Asst. Lecturers : 
Mercer, H. N., M.A. Tor., Ph.D. 

Lond., D.I.C. 
Anderson, W., B.Sc. Glas. 
Bor, J., B Sc. Demr. 

Textile Industries [Prof. 

Morton, W. E , M Sc.Tech., A.T.I. 

Lecturers : 
Winterbottom, J., M.Sc Tech. 

(Spinning). 

Hanton, W. A., M.Sc.Tech. (Weav- 
ing and Textile Engin.). 
Dust, Emily R. (Textile Design). 
Turner, H. P., M.A., LL.M. (Fac- 
tory Law) . 
Sp. Lecturers : 
Bowden, K. W., B.Com. (Yam 

and Cloth Markets). 
Durand, E. F. (Hosiery Manufac.). 



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Asst. Lecturers : Extra-Mural Department 

Essam, J. M., M.Sc.Tech.. A.T.I. Director of Extra-mural Studies 
Bennett, G. A , M.Sc.Tech , A T.I. H. P. Turner, M.A., LL.M. 

(Weaving). Staff Tutor W. Bruce, B.Sc. 
Riley, A., B.Sc , M.Sc.Tech. (Tex- Lond. 

tile Engin.). Resident Tutor A. J. Allaway, 
Spibey, H , M.Sc.Tech. (Spinning) B.A Sheff. 

ASSOCIATED COLLEGES 

THE COLLEGE OFTECHNOLOGY became connected with the Univ. of Manchester 
in 1905 in the Fac. of Techn., the greater part of the work of which is conducted 
in the College, whose Principal is Dean. The work of the College includes 
advanced study and research in the subjects specified above and hydraulic 
experimental work, motor-car engineering, and india-rubber technology. For 
early history, see Yearbook for 1929. 

COLLEGES recognized for External Lectures in Theology : 

BAPTIST COLLEGE, EGERTON HALL, HARTLEY METHODIST COLLEGE, 
MORAVIAN COLLEGE, Fairfield, UNITARIAN COLLEGE, and VICTORIA PARK 
METHODIST COLLEGE at Manchester; LANCASHIRE INDEPENDENT COLLEGE, 
Whalley Range ; METHODIST COLLEGE, Didsbury. 

Recognized for instruction in Maths., Physics, Chem., and Biol. up to 
Tnterm. standard for B.Sc. and B.Sc.Tech. : the HARRIS INSTITUTE, Preston. 

For third year of B.Sc.Tech. course in Mining : the CAMBORNE SCHOOL OF 
METALLIFEROUS MINING. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The Victoria University of Manchester was reconstituted by Royal Charter 
in 1903 and Owens Coll. incorporated with it by Act of Parl. in 1904. For 
early history, see Yearbook for 1929. 

Most of the buildings, arranged in two quadrangles, and erected from time 
to time during the past 50 years, are situated in the city. The Departments 
of Bacteriology and Preventive Medicine and Pathology are $ mile distant, 
adjoining principal hospitals. The athletic ground (30 acres) is at Fallowfield, 
about i miles distant. 

LIBRARIES, The main (Christie) library (over 248,000 vols.) includes the 
private collections of Profs. Freeman and Stanley Jevons and Dr. Christie. 
Scientific periodicals are taken m by the Univ. in co-operation with the Man- 
chester Literary and Philosophical Society, so that between them all the most 
important are available for both. The Medical Society's and the Radford 
Library (66,000 vols.) are housed in the Med. School, and available for students. 
There are also in the city of Manchester the John Rylands (310,000 vols.) which 
includes the Althorp Library and the Crawford collection of MSS. It contains 
one of the most important collections of early printed books in existence. The 
ancient Chetham Library (100,000 vols.) has valuable mediaeval MSS. and 
printed books of i7th and i8th centuries and a collection of vols dealing with 
local history. The Municipal Reference Library (255,000 vols.) is valuable for 
more recent books and periodicals, and in connexion with it there is a Technical 
and Science Library (40,000 vols.). The College of Technology Library (17,000 
vols.) includes the abridgements of specifications of patents from 1855 to 1925, 
and is devoted to applied science and technol. 



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LABORATORIES, ETC. Ample equipment for advanced study and research 
in all departments ; special provision for Electro-Technics, Economic Zoology 
(including Agnc. Entom.) and Botany, Radio-activity, lomzation of Gases, 
Colloids, and Cancer. Pathological Museum (Hon. Curator Prof. E. D. 
Telford, M.A., B.C. Camb., M.Sc., F.R.C.S.). The Manchester Museum (Keepei 
Rev. G. H. Carpenter, D.Sc., M.R.I.A.), forming part of the Univ. buildings 
and containing among other special depts. the Flinders Petrie Egyptol. Collec- 
tion, is utilized for Univ. teaching in Zool., Bot., and Geol. ; it is also used foi 
systematic instruction of Elem. school children. Available for clinical instruc- 
tion are 4 general Hospitals, i Dental and 7 other special hospls., including the 
Christie Cancer Pavilion. 

FACULTIES, (i) Arts [including School of Architecture] ; (2) Science ; (3] 
Law ; (4) Medicine [including Departments of Dental Science, Pharmaceutics, 
and Bacteriology and Preventive Medicine and Pub. Health] ; (5) Music; (6) 
Commerce and Administration [including Social Study] ; (7) Theology ; (8) 
Technology (provided by the Municipal College of Technology) ; (9) Education 
[training for work in Secondary, Elementary, and Day Continuation Schools, 
in Schools for the Deaf, and with Young Children.] Deans of Faculties : (ij 
Prof. Atkinson (Anc. History) ; (2) Prof. T. H. Pear (Psychology) ; (3) Prof, 
R. A. Eastwood (Law) ; (4) Prof. J. S. B. Stopford (Anat.) ; (5) Dr. A. W. 
Wilcock (Music) ; (6) Prof. G. W. Daniels (Econ.) ; (7) Rev. Dr. A. J. Grieve 
(Theol.) ; (8) Principal B. Mouat Jones (Technol.) ; (9) Prof. J. F. Duff (Edn.), 
Tutors : (i) J. Marke, M.A. ; (2) J. E. Myers, O.B.E., D.Sc. ; (4) A. D. Mac- 
donald, M.A., M.B., Ch.B. ; (6) Frances Collier, M.A. 

WOMEN STUDENTS. Adviser Phyllis E. Crump, M.A. 

ADMISSION. See Appendix XXII. 

INDIAN STUDENTS. Adviser, J. K. Wood, D.Sc. Applications from Indian 
students for registration should be received, with references as to character and 
educational qualifications, not later than May 31. 

DEGREE COURSES. 3 yrs. (graduates of other approved Univs., 2 yrs.) 
B.A., B.Sc., LL.B., Mus.B., B.A. (Com.), B.A. (Admin.), B.D. (after Interm. 
courses in Arts), B.Sc.Tech. ; 5 yrs. B.A. (Hons. in Archit.), B.D.S. ; 6 yrs. 
M.B., Ch.B. The B.A. (Com.) and B.A. (Admin.) courses can be completed by 
attendance on evening lectures. 

Hons. students of mod. foreign langs. may count attendance on approved 
courses for a term at a foreign Univ. as equivalent to attendance at Mane. 

Minimum attendance in the Univ. for graduation 3 yrs. Minimum 
attendance for Bachelorship in 2 Faculties 5 yrs. 

HIGHER DEGREES. Open to Bachelors of i yr. standing M. A., M.Sc. (2 
yrs. if graduates of other Faculties), Ch.M., M.D., M.D.S., M.A. (Com.), M.A. 
(Admin.), M.Sc.Tech. ; 2 yrs. LL.M., M.Ed. ; 4 yrs. D.Sc., LL.D., Mus.D., 
D.D. Open to Masters or Doctors of Philosophy of the Univ. only : Litt.D. 

Open to graduates of other approved Univs through research in Mane, 
during 2 (non-graduates 3) yrs. M.A., M.Sc., LL.M., M.A. (Com.), M.A, 
(Admin.), M.Sc.Tech., M.Ed, (open only to graduates). Graduates of other 
approved Univs. of 4 yrs. 1 (D.D. 6 yrs. 1 ) standing who have obtained the degree 
of Master or one substantially equivalent thereto and spent 2 yrs. in study 01 
research in Mane, may qualify for the D.Sc., LL.D., D.D. 

The Ph.D. differs from the Litt.D. and D.Sc. in requiring a definite course oi 
study, and is of a lower standard, though higher than the M.A., M.Sc., and 
M.Sc.Tech (v. p. 14). 

DIPLOMAS. Geog. (grads.), z yr. course ; D.V.S.M., open to M.R.C. V.S. 



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only, 12 mos. ; Psych. Med. i yr., including 2 terms at the Univ. ; D.P.H , 
i yr. ; Teacher's (grads.), i yr. ; L.D.S., 4 yrs. ; Dp. Bact. (i yr. post-grad.) ; 
Dp. Path, (i yr. post-grad.) ; Social Study (2 yrs. ; approved grads. and 
holders of Certif. in Pub. Admin., i yr.). 

CERTIFICATES. Engin., 3 yrs.' course ; Applied Chem , 3 yrs. ; Archit., 
5 yrs. ; Mining ; Factory or School Hygiene (subsequent to obtaining D.P.H.) ; 
Higher Commercial, 2 yrs. (grads. i yr.) ; Public Administration, 2 yrs ; Theol., 

3 yrs. ; Biblical Knowledge, i yr. ; Tech. (Assoc. Coll. Tech.), 3 yrs. ; Tech. 
(Distinction), i yr. after Cert, in Tech. ; Photog. Tech., 2 yrs. ; Indust. Admin., 
i yr. (grads. or holders of Cert, in Tech.) ; Certif. for Teachers of the Deaf, i yr. 
(grads. and certificated teachers). Candidates for certificates are required, 
before entering on the course, to pass or obtain exemption from an entrance 
examn. 

Certif. in Mining and the B Sc.Tech. in Mining are accepted by Govt. in 
heu of 2 out of 5 yrs/ practical experience for Mine Manager's Certif 

SPECIAL COURSES on Tuberculosis for Med. and Vet. practrs. 

SCHOLARSHIPS, ETC., FOR GRADUATES. A considerable number are offered 
every year by the Univ., most of them reserved for its own graduates, but 
some in Anatomy, 150 ; Econ., 100 and 120 ; Engin., two of 200 each ; 
Bot. or Zool , 200 ; Diseases of Children, 100 ; History, 50 ; Local Govt., 
50 ; Physics, 200 ; PhysioL, 90 ; Cancer Research, 300 ; Prev. Med., 300 ; 
Mun. Engin. or Bact. and Prev. Med., 150 ; Psychological Med., 150 are 
open to foreign students ; others in Cotton Industry, 100 ; History, 50 ; 
Agric. Zool., 74 are open to British subjects who have graduated at other 
Univs. Honorary Research Fellowships and Research Studentships, entitling 
the holders to the use of f acihties for research either free or at greatly reduced 
fees, are also awarded. See also App. XXIII. passim. 

FEES. Matricn., 2. Tuition, per session, including Students' Union and 
Athletic Union fees : for B.A. course, 30$- gs. (Hons. in Archit., first 3 yrs. 41^ 
gs. per session, 4th and 5th yrs. 28^ gs. per session) ; B.Sc., 30^ to 45$ gs. ; 
M.B., Ch.B. (5 sessions), 154! gs., plus Hospl. fees, 77 gs. ; LL.B. (3 sessions), 
40 gs. ; B.D., about 15 gs. (plus Registration fee of 3 gs. per session) ; B.A. 
(Com.), B.A. (Admin.), 20 gs. to 24 gs. ; Mus.B., about 20 gs. ; B.D.S., 96 gs., 
pliis Hospl fees, 175 gs. ; L.D.S., 86 gs., plus Hospl. fees, 135 gs. ; B.Sc. Tech., 
40-6o ; Teacher's Dipl., 35 : 10 : 6. Examn. fees : Med., 32 gs., others 
(Interm. and Final) for first degrees about 6 gs. (B.Sc., 4 to 5 gs.). Gradua- 
tion fees, 8 gs. (Doctorate, 5 gs , except M.D., 9 gs., Mus.D., 8 gs., Ph.D., 5). 

Note. Fees for Women students, in the case of B.A., B.Sc., and Teacher's 
Diploma are $ guinea per session less than above figures ; in M.B., Ch.B., 2^ gs. 
less, and in B.D.S. and L.D.S., i& gs. less. 

Research fees, 7 to 10 gs. per session in Arts, Commerce, and Law ; Educn., 

4 gs. ; higher fees for science students. 

HOSTELS. For men : Hulme Hall (Warden), 70 to 84 gs. (for 25 weeks) ; 
Dalton Hall (Principal), 108 (for 31 weeks) ; St. Anselm's Hall (Warden), 
80 (for 30 weeks) ; Lancashire Independent College (Principal), 81 (full Univ. 
terms) ; Unitarian College (Principal), 90 (full Univ. terms). For women : 
Ashburne HaU (Warden), 66 to 70 gs. ; Langdale Hall (Warden), chiefly for 
women training students, whose fees are 36, private students 70 ; Ellis 
Llwyd Jones Hall (Warden), special hostel for students in training as teachers 
of the deaf, 66 to 70 ; St. Gabriel's HaU (Warden) (for Rom. Catholic 
women students), 55 to 65. 

All PAST AND PRESENT MEMBERS of the Univ. are eligible lor membership of 



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the " Old Owensian Assocn.," which publishes periodically a register of 
members with occupations and addresses and a Journal (thrice yearly). 

ADULT EDUCATION. The Committee for the organization of the Extra- 
mural work of the Univ. and the Joint Committee for Tutorial Classes are 
responsible for the provision of facilities for Adult Education at the Univ. 
itself, and at other Centres. Public Lectures, Univ. Extension Courses, 
Tutorial Classes for Workpeople, and other Classes for adult students are 
arranged, and Tutors and Lectuiers are appointed. 

PUBLICATIONS, (i) Periodical : (a) Calendar (Sept.), 55. and 35. ; Pro- 
spectus of Advanced Studies : Examn. Papers, 9d.-is. gd. a set, by Faculties ; 
Manchester School, March and Oct (Economic and Commercial), 55. p.a. ; 
Technology (pub. at Coll. of Tech.) ; Departmental Prospectuses (April-May). 
(b) Also published by Umv. Press : Journal of Mane. Egyptian and Oriental Soc.; 
Pubns. of Chetham Society, Manchester ; Pubns. of Brit. Soc. of Franciscan 
Studies; Bulletin of John Rylands Library, (c) Students' Pubns.: The 
Serpent (Magazine), The Circle (Literary), Science Fed. Journal , Medical School 
Gazette. (2) The Victoria University of Manchester ; a short historical and 
descriptive account, The Univ. Press, 1930. 

Histories : " The Owens College : its Foundation and Growth, and Connexion 
with the Victoria Univ.," by Joseph Thompson. Manchester, J. E. Cornish, 
1886. " The Owens College," by P. J. Hartog. Manchester, J. E. Cornish, 
1900. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. Bequests of late Mrs. Kate Greatorex : 5000 for Scholar- 
ships in Engin. ; 3000 for Scholarships in Appld. and Organ. Chem. and, sub- 
ject to other bequests, the balance of residuary estate for further Scholarships 
in Engin Bequest of 500 of late Hon. Prof. Herford for promotion of study 
of internat. relations, including Comparative Literature. 

NEW BUILDINGS. Extension of Ashbume Hall (Women) for addnl. 33 
students completed and named " Lees Wing." Lees Hall subsequently closed. 
Reconstruction of Zoological Labs, to provide addnl. accommodation. 

OTHER DEVELOPMENTS. Regional Investigation Section of Faculty of 
Comm. and Administration estd. to undertake industrial survey of Lancashire 
and Cumberland ; John Jewkes appointed Supervisor. Closer co-operation 
secured between Royal Infirmary and Depts. of Pathol. and Bacteriol. In- 
dependent dept. for Training Teachers of Deaf estabd. in the Fac. of Education. 

CHANGES IN REGULATIONS* Hons. School of Econ. and Polit. Sci. re- 
modelled as Hons. School of Econ., Politics, and Mod. Hist. Hons. School of 
Geog. and Anthropol. instituted in Fac. of Sci. in addition to Hons. School of 
Geog. in Fac. of Arts. 

EXTRA-MURAL WORK. 54 Tutorial classes and 13 Preparatory and other 
classes in 42 different towns. Six extension courses at Umv. and outside 
centres in addition to 37 lectures and 3 other courses given for teachers and 
public under auspices of Lancashire and Cheshire County Councils. Bangor 
Summer School held in July and August. 

VISITS OF TEACHERS FROM OTHER UNIVS. AND OF MEMBERS OF' STAFF TO 
OTHER UNIVS. Prof. R. Jasinski (French Lang, and Lit. ; Lille) lectured in 
Jan. 1932 in Fac. of Arts, and publicly under scheme of interchange. Mr. 
R. W. James, Sen. Lectr. in Physics, engaged in research at Leipzig during 



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DEATHS. Emer. Prof. W. Stirling (Physiol.) ; E. W. V. Clifton (Classics) ; 
Sir T. Legge (Factory Hygiene) ; A. Adamson (Physics) ; W. S. Barratt ; 
(Maths.). 

RESIGNATIONS. E. A. Knight (Treasurer since 1924) ; Prof. P. Rebora, 
on appt. as Serena Prof, and Director of Studies, Brit. Inst., Florence ; Rt. Rev. 
R. G. Parsons, on election as Bishop of Southwark ; E. J. Wood, on appt. to 
Chair of Latin, Univ. Coll. of Wales, Aberystwyth ; H. V. Lowry, on appt. as 
Head of Maths. Dept., Woolwich Polytechnic. 

RETIREMENTS. Prof. Miles Walker (Elec. Eng.) ; Prof. H. Bompas Smith 
(Educ.) ; Prof. T. E. Gregory (Social Econs.) ; C. W. Gamble (Photog. Tech.). 

HONORARY DEGREES. LL.D. Edward Fiddes, F. E. Weiss, W. D. Ross, 
Lord Rutherford, Sir J. Arthur Salter, W. R. Sickert. D.Sc. Sir James H. 
Jeans. M.A. F. W. Bates, J. L. Gleave, W. T. Jackson, L. S. Jast. 

STUDENTS. Full-time, 2425 ; part-time, 407. These numbers include 472 
graduates who registered for courses. 

DEGREES. Litt.D , i ; D Sc., 7 ; LL.D., i ; M.D , 8 ; Ph.D., 5 ; M.A., 17 ; 
M.Sc., 27 ; LL.M., i ; Ch.M., i ; M A. (Com.), 3 5 M.A. (Admin.), 2 ; M.Sc.Tech., 
18 ; M Ed , 6 ; B A., 162 , B Sc., 137 J LL.B., 22 ; M.B., Ch.B., 32 J B.D.S., 
i ; B A. (Com.), 32 ; B A. (Admin ), 13 ; B D., n ; B.Sc.Tech., 71. 



UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD 

CHANCELLOR Right Hon. EDWARD, VISCOUNT GREY, K G , D.C.L 
Hon. Fellow of Balliol College. 

HIGH STEWARD Rt. Hon, LORD SANKEY OF MORETON, G.B.E., B.C.L 
M.A., Hon. D.C.L., Hon. Fellow of Jesus College. 

VICE-CHANCELLOR Rev. F. J LYS, M.A., Provost of Worcester. 
PROCTORS T. F. HIGHAM, MA. Trin. ; J. G. EDWARDS, M.A. Jesus 

REPRESENTATIVES IN PARLIAMENT (BURGESSES OF THE UNIVERSITY}- 
Rt. Hon. LORD HUGH R. H. CECIL, M.A., Hon. D.C.L. Hertford 
Sir CHAS. W. C. OMAN, M.A., Hon. D.C.L. All Souls. 

ASSESSOR OF THE CHANCELLOR'S COURT A. E. W. HAZEL. K.C 
B.C.L., M.A.. Principal of Jesus. 

PUBLIC ORATOR C. BAILEY, M A. Ball. 

BODLEY'S LIBRARIAN H. H. E CRASTER, M.A., D.Litt. Ball. 

KEEPER OF THE ARCHIVES S. GIBSON, M.A. Cath. 

REGISTRAR D. VEALE, C.B.E., M.A. C.C.C. 

SECRETARY OF FACULTIES H. M. MARGOLIOUTH, M.A. Oriel. 

ASSISTANT REGISTRAR S. CALDWELL, M.A. Wadham. 

NOTE. The Colleges and Heads of Colleges are given on pp. 213 fi. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

Agriculture, v. infra Rural Econ. Anthropology, Social [Reader 

Anatomy, v. also Zoology, Med. JJarett, R R M.A D.Sc. Exe. 

Thomson, A, M.A. Ch. Ch. Macmcol N D D , D Lrtt. Glas 

Dr. Lee's Prof. * *** m Nat - * 

Dodds-Parker, A. P., B.M., M.A. . . . Com P' * . . . 

(Applied A.) Reader. Archeology v also Onenta 

. k^U, M-C 



CarletonMrs., M.A, 

Blackwood, Miss B. M., B.Sc., _ . ,_ T __ 

M.A.Som.(Ethnol.) Demr. Lonmer, Miss H L., M.A Som 

v ' (HomencA.) Lectr 
Anglo-Saxon 

Tolkien, J. R. R., M.A. Pemb. Aramaic, v. Oriental Langs. 

Rawlinson and Bosworth Prof. ^^ 

Anthropology, Physical [Reader. Gleadowe, R % M-'Y,, M.A. New 

Buxton, L. H. D., M.A., D.Sc, Exe. (Fine Art) Slade Prof 

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Rutherston, A. (Drawing) 

Ruskin Master. 

Assyriology, v. Oriental Lan- 
guages 

Astronomy [Savilian Prof. 

Plaskett, Prof H H , M A New 
Knox-Shaw, H., M.A., D.Sc. Trm. 
Radchffe Observer. 
Bellamy, F. A., Hon. M.A. 

First Asst. 

Bellamy, Ethel F. Asst. 

Fotheringham, J. K. t M.A., D.Litt. 
Magd. 

Reader in Ancient Ast. 

and Chronology. 
Hughes, J. S., M.A. New Coll. 

Seismol. Asst. 

Bio-Chemistry [Whitley Prof. 
Peters, R. A , M C., M A. Trm. 
Whitley, E., M.A. Trin. Demr. 
Walker, E , D.Phil. St. Joh. Demr. 
Carter, C. W., B.M., M.A. Queen's 
Demr. 

Botany, v. also Rural Econ. 
Tansley, A. G., M.A. Magd , F.R.S. 
Sherardian Prof. 
Clapham, A. R., M.A. Magd. 

Demr 

Wilkins, W. H., M.A. Keb. Demr. 
James, W. O., D.Phil. Oriel Demr. 
Herbarium Curator. 

Celtic 
Fraser, J., M.A. Jes. Jesus Prof. 

Chemistry [Waynflete Prof. 
Robinson, R., M.A. Magd., D.Sc. 

Mane., F.R.S. 

Soddy, F., M.A. Exe., F.R.S. 

(Phys. Chem.) Dr. Lee's Prof. 

Sidgwick, N. V., M. A. Line., F.R.S. 

Reader. 

Lectrs. : 

Chapman, D. L., M.A. Jes. (Phys. 

Chem.). 
Russell, A. S., M.A. Ch. Ch. (In- 

org. C.). 

Hinshelwood, C. N., M.A. Trin. 
(Chem. Dynamics). 



Demrs. : 

Hope, E., M A. Magd. 
Hammick, D. L., M.A. Onel. 
Plant, S. G. P., B.Sc., MA., 

D.Phil. Magd. 

Taylor, T. W. J , M.A. B.N.C. 
Baker, W., MA New Coll 
Smith, J. C, M.Sc. N.Z., Ph.D. 
Mane , M A., B.Sc. New Coll 
Lambert, B., M.A , D.Sc. Mert. 

Aldrichian Praelector. 
Walden, A. F., M.A. New Coll. 
Hartley, E. G J., M.A. Ch. Ch. 
Brewer, F. M., B.Sc., M.A. Line. 

Classics, v. also Archasol. 
Murray, Gilbert, M.A., D.Litt. 
Ch. Ch. (Greek) Reg. Prof. 
Tod, M. N., M.A. Or (Greek Epi- 
graphy) Reader. 
Clark, A. C , M.A. C.C.C. (Latin) 

Corpus Prof. 
Lobel, E., M.A. Qu. 

Research Student (Gk. Lit.). 

Diplomatic [Reader. 

Galbraith, V. H., M.A. Ball. 

Divinity, v. Theology 

Economics, v. also Pol. Econ. 
Cole, G.D.H..M.A. Univ. Reader. 
Mitchell, W. C., M A. 

George Eastman Visiting Prof. 

Education [Dir. of Training. 
Smith, G., M.A. Trin. 
Keatinge, M. W., M.A., D.Sc. Exe. 
Reader. 

Talbot, Elfrida M. f M.A. St. Hu. 
Lectr. and Tutor to 
Women Students, and 
Principal of the 
Women's Hostel. 
Lectrs. and Tutors : 
Icely, H. E. M., M.A. B.N.C. 
Jones, L. G. E., M.A. Ball. 
Tomlinson, Leila, M.A. Som. 

Egyptology, v. Oriental Langs. 
Embryology, v. Zool. 



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Engineering Science, v. also Sur- 
veying 

Southwell, R. V., M.A. Camb., 

F.R.S. Prof. 

Moullin, E. B., M A. Magd. Reader. 

Binnie, A. M., M.A. Balliol Demr. 

Belfield, V., MA. B.N.C., M.A. 

Camb. Demr. 

Landale, S. E. A., Ph.D. Camb. 

Demr. 
English, v. also Anglo-Saxon, 

Poetry- 
Smith, D. Nichol, M A. Edin., Hon. 
DXitt. Dur., M.A. Mert. 

(E. Lit.). Merton Prof. 
Wyld, H. C. K., B.Litt., M.A. 
Mert. (E. Lang, and Lit.) 

Merton Prof. 
Simpson, P., M.A. Or. 

Goldsmiths' Reader. 

Onions, C. T., M.A., Hon. D.Litt. 

Magd. Reader in Eng. Phil. 

Brett-Smith, H. F. B., M.A. C.C.C. 

Reader in Eng. Lit. 

Wrenn, C. L., M.A. Qu. (E. Lang ) 

Lectr. 

Everett, Dorothy, M.A. L.M.H. 

(Middle Eng.) Lectr. 

Forestry, v. also Surveying, 

Rural Econ. 
Troup, R. S., M.A , D.Sc. St. J., 

F.R.S. Prof. 

Demrs. : 

Bourne, R., M.A. Trin. (F. Man- 
agement) . 
Chalk, L., M.A. Univ. (Structure, 

etc. of Wood). 
Day, W. R., B.Sc., M.A. Exe. 

(Mycol. and Pathol.). 
Chrystal, R. N., D.Sc. Edin., M.A. 

(Entomol.). 
Lloyd, A. H., M.C., M.A. Exe. (F. 

Utilization and Engin.) . 
Imperial Forestry Institute : 
Director Prof. R. S. Troup. 

Lectrs. : 

The Demrs. above. 
Macdonald, J., B.Sc. Edin. (Sil- 

vicul.). 



Davy, J. Burtt, M A. Univ. (Syst, 

F. Bot.). 
Hoyle, A. C., B.Sc., MA. Pern. 

(Syst. F. Bot). 
Brown, J. M. B., B.Sc. Belf. (F. 

Entomol.). 

Stocker, C. L., B.A. Univ. (Struc- 
ture, etc. of Wood). 
Chattaway, Mary M., B.Sc., M.A. 

St. Hugh's (Structure, etc. of 

Wood). 
Peace, T. R., B.A. (Mycol and 

PathoU. 
Williamson, H. S , M.A. Ch. Ch. 

(F.Law). 

French 

Rudler, G., Dr. es L. Paris, M.A. 

AH. S (Fr. Lit.) Foch Prof. 

Pope, Mildred K., M.A. Som. (Fr. 

Philol.) Reader. 

Vinaver, E., B.Litt, M.A. Line. 

(Fr. Lit.) Reader. 

Lectrs. : 

Moore, W. G., M.A. Magd. 
Skipworth, Margaret G., M.A., 

L.M.H. 
Taylor, F. A., M.A. Ch. Ch. 

Genetics, v. Zool. 

Geography, v. also Surv. 
Mason, K , M A. Hert. Prof. 

MacMunn, Nora E., MA. 
SOC.O.H.S. 

(Regional G.) Lectr. 
Baker, J. N. L., B.Litt., M.A. Jes. 
Lectr. 
Tutors : 

Kendrew, W. G., M.A. Cath. 
Buxton, L. H. D., M.A., D.Sc. 

Exe. (v. Anthrop.). 
Sandford, K S., M.A., D.Phil. 
Univ 

Geology [Prof. 

Sollas, W. J., M.A. Univ., F.R.S. 

Demrs. : 

Douglas, J. A., M.A., D.Sc. Keb, 
Bayzand, C. J., M.A. Cath. 



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Sandford, K. S., M.A., D.Phil. 
Univ. (Pleistocene G ). 

Geometry [Savikan Prof. 

Titchmarsh, E C., M.A New Coll. 

German [Taylor Prof. 

Fiedler, H. G., M.V.O., M.A. Qu. 

(G. Lang, and Lit ) 
Boyd, J , M A., B.Litt. St, Cath. 
Reader 

Bostock, J. K., M.A. B.Litt., 
Wadham Lectr. 

Greek, Byzantine and Modern, 

Lang, and Lit. 
Dawkins, R MacG., M.A. Exe. 

Bywater & Sotheby Prof. 

Greek and Latin Lit. 

Lectrs. : 

Bailey, C., M.A. Ball. 
Barber, E. A., M.A. Exe. 
Denniston, J. D., M.A. Hert. 

Greek Lit. 

Poynton, A. B., M.A, D.Litt. 

Univ. Lectr 

Bowra, C. M., M.A. Wadh. Lectr. 

Hebrew, v. Oriental Langs. 

History, American 
McElroy, R, McN., M.A. Queen's 
Harold Vyvyan Harms- 
worth Prof. 

History, A ncient, v. also Archaeol. 
Anderson, J. G. C., M.A. B.N.C. 

Camden Prof. 
Myres, J. L , M.A. New Coll. 

Wykeham Prof. 
Lectrs. : 

Stevenson, G. H., M.A. Univ. 
Collmgwood, R. G., M.A. Pemb. 

(Rom. Hist.). 
Last, H. M., M.A. St. J. (Rom. 

Hist.). 
Parker, H. M. D., M.A. Magd. 

(Rom. Hist.). 
Macgregor, D. C., M.A. Ball. 

(Greek Hist.). 

Wade-Gery, H. T., M.A. Wadh. 
(Greek Hist.). 



History, Colonial [Beit Prof. 
Coupland, R., M.A. All S. 
Fay, C. R , D.Sc. Camb. (1933-34) 
Beit Lectr. 

History, Eccl., v. Theology 

History, Econ., v. Pol. Econ. 

History, English 

Thompson, A. H, MA, D.Litt. 
Durh. (1932-1933) 

Ford's Lectr. 

Namier, Prof. L. B., MA. Ball. 
(1933-34) Ford's Lectr. 

History, Indian 

Corbett, Sir G L., K.B.E , C I E , 
M.A. Hert Reader. 

History, Medi&val 
Jamison, Evelyn M., M.A. L M H. 
Lectr 

Poole, A. L., M.A. St. J. Lectr 

Jolhffe, J. E. A., M.A Keble 

(Engl. Mediaeval). Lectr. 

History, Military, v. Milit. H. 

History, Modern, v. also Dipl. 
Powicke, F. M., M.A. Or., Litt.D. 

Liv., F.B.A. Reg. Prof. 

Oman, Sir Charles W. C., K.B.E., 

M.A., Hon. D.C.L. All S. 

Chichele Prof. 
Lectrs : 

Legg, L. G. W., M.A. New Coll. 
Felling, K. G , M A., D Litt Ch. Ch. 
Edwards, J. G., M.A. Jesus. 
Hodgkin, R H , M.A. Queen's. 
Ogg, D , M A. New Coll. 
Deane-Jones, L, M A Mert. 
Clarke, Maude V., M.A. Som. 
Sumner, B. H, M.A. Ball. (E. 

European). 
Thompson, J. M., M.A. Magd. 

(Mod. French). 
Keir, D. L, M.A. Univ. (Engl 

Const.). 

Italian 
Foligno, C. C., M.A. Magd. 

Serena Prof. 



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Vincent, E. R. P., M.A. Ch Ch. 

Lectr. 
Law, v. infra 

Logic [Wykeham Prof 

Joachim, H. H , M.A. New Coll. 

Mathematics, Pure 
Dixon, A. L., M.A. Magd., F.R S. 
Waynftete Prof 

Mathematics [Rouse Ball Prof. 

Milne, E A , M A. Trin., F.R.S. 

Pidduck, F. B., M.A., D.Sc Corp. 

(AppHed Maths ) Reader. 

Ferrar, W. L , M A Hert. Lectr. 

Hodgkinson, J., M.A. Jesus Lectr. 

Poole, E. G. C., M.A., D.Phil. New 

CoU. Lectr. 

Medicine, v. infra 
Meteorology, v. Philosophy Expl. 

Military History 

Swinton, Maj.-Gen. Sir Ernest D., 
K.B.E., C.B., D.S.O., M.A., 
AU S. Chichele Prof. 

Mineralogy 

Bowman, H L., M.A., D.Sc. 

Magd. Waynflete Prof. 

Spiller, R. C., M.A. Cath. Demr. 

Music [Heather Prof. 

Allen, Sir H. P., M.A., D.Mus. New 
Stewart, H. C., M.A., D.Mus. 
Magd. 

Choragus (Asst. to Prof.). 

Numismatics [Reader, 

Milne, J. G., M.A., D.Litt. C.C.C. 

Oriental Languages, v. infra 

Paleography 
Lowe, E. A., M.A., C.C.C. Reader. 

Papyrology 
Hunt, A. S.,M.A.,D.Litt. Qu. Prof 

Philology, Comparative [Prof. 
Braunholtz, G. E. K., M.A. Wore. 

Philosophy 
Lectrs. : 
Carritt, E, F., M.A. Univ. 



Collingwood, R. G., M.A. Pemb. 
Ross, W. D . M.A. Or 
Pnce, H. H , B Sc., M A. Trin. 
Mure, G. R G., M A. Mert. 

Philosophy, ExpL 
Lmdemann, F. A , M A Ch. Ch. f 
F R S. Lee's Prof. 

Dobson, G. M. B, M.A., D.Sc. 
Line., F.R S. 

Reader (Meteorol.) & Demr. 
Keeley, T. C , M A. Wadh. Demr 

Philosophy, Mental, v. also 

Logic 
Brown, Win., D.M. Ch. Ch. 

Wilde Reader. 

Philosophy, Moral, & Metaphys. 
Smith, J. A., M.A. Magd. 

Waynflete Prof. 
Philos,, Moral 
Prichard, H. A., M.A. C.C.C. 

White's Prof. 
Philos., Natural 

Love, A E. H., M A., D.Sc. Qu., 
F.R S. Sedleian Prof. 

Physics 

Townsend, J. S. E., MA. New 
CoU., F.R.S. Wykeham Prof. 

Demrs. : 

Lattey, R. T., B.Sc., M.A. Trin. 
Gill, E. W. B , B.Sc., M.A. Mert. 
Morrell, J. H., M.A. Magd. 
Biggs, H. F., M.A. Trin. 
McCallum, S. P., M.A., D.Phil. 

New CoU. 
Donaldson, R. H., M.A. Univ. 

Physiology, v. also Medicine 
Shemngton, Sir Charles S., O.M., 

G.B.E., M.A., D.Sc. Magd. 

and Lond., F.R.S. 

Waynflete Prof. 
Douglas, C. G., B.Sc., D.M. St. J. 

(Gen. Metabolism) Demr 
Liddell,E.G.T,D.M.Trin. Demr. 
Carleton, H. M., B.Sc., M.A., 

D.Phil. New CoU. (Animal 

Histol.) Demr. 



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Cooper, Sybil, M.A. St. Hild. 

Demr. 
Creed, R S., D.M New CoU 

Demr. 
Poetry 

de Sehncourt, E., M.A., D.Litt. 
Univ. Prof. 

Political Econ. 
Macgregor, D. H., M.A. AU S. 

Drummond Prof. 

Clark, G N., M.A. All S. (Econ. 

Hist.) Chichele Prof. 

Lennard, R. V., M.A. Wadh. (Ec. 

Hist.) Reader. 

Harrod, H. R. F., M.A. Ch. Ch. 

Lectr. 
Hargreaves, E. L., M.A. Or Lectr. 

Political Theory and Institns. 
Adams, W. G. S., M.A. All S 

Gladstone Prof. 

McCallnm, R. B , M A. Pern. (Mod 
Pol Econ.) Lectr. 



Religion, v. Theology 

Romance Lang. 
Ewert, A., M.A. Trin. 

Rural Economy, v. infra 



Prof. 



Slavonic Studies 
Konovalov, S., B.Litt. Exe. Lectr. 

Spamsh 
Entwistle, W. J., M.A. Aberd. 

King Alfonso XIII. Prof. 
Kolkhorst, G. A., M.A. Exe. 

Reader. 

Alonso, D , D.Phil., D.Litt Madrid 
Lectr. 

Surveying (for Engin., Rural EC., 

Forestry, Geog. Students, and 

Trop. Admin. Services probrs.) . 

Tandy, Lt.-Col. M. O., D.S.O., 

O.B.E., M.A. Instr. 

Theology, v. infra 



Thermodynamics 

Egerton, A. C. G., M.A. Ball., 
F.R S. Reader. 

Zoology and Comp. Anat., v. also 

Rural Econ. 

Goodrich, E S , M.A., D.Sc Mert., 

F.R S. Linacre Prof. 

Carpenter, G. D H , M B.E., D.M 

Hope Prof 

Demrs. : 

de Beer, G. R., B.Sc., M.A. Mert. 
Jenkinson Lectr. in 
Comp. and Exper. 
EmbryoL 

Elton, C. S., M.A. New Coll. 
Tucker, B. W., M.A. Magd. 
Baker, J. R., M.A., D.Phil. New 

CoU. 
Ford, E. B., B.Sc., M.A. Wadh. 

Law 

Civil [Reg. Prof. 

De Zulueta, F., D.C.L. AU S. 

Criminal, and Evidence 
Stallybrass, W. T. S , O B.E., 
D.C.L., B N C. Reader 

English 

Holdsworth, Sir W. S., K.C., 
D.C.L. AU S. Vinerian Prof. 
Hazel, A. E. W., C.B.E., B.C.L.. 
MA. Jes., KC. 

All Souls Reader 

Fifoot, C. H. S., M A. Hert. Lectr. 
Landon, P A., M.A. Trin. Lectr. 

Equity 

Hanbury, H. G., B.C.L., M.A. 
Line. Lectr. 

Indian 

Lindsay, Sir Benjamin, M A. Univ. 
Reader. 

Internat., and Diplomacy 
Brierly, J. L., O.B.E., D.C.L. All 
S. Chichele Prof. 

Miles, Sir John C., B.C.L., M.A. 
Mert. 

(Comp. Legal Hist.) Lectr. 

Internat. (Private) [Lectr. 

Cheshire, G. C., D.C.L., M.A. Exe. 



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International Relations 
Zimmern, A. E., M.A. New Coll. 
Montague Burton Prof. 

Jurisprudence [Prof. 

Goodhart, A. L , D.C L. Umv. 

Roman [All Souls Reader. 

Lawson, F. H., M.A. 

Roman-Dutch [Rhodes Prof. 
Lee. R. W.. D.C.L. Ball. 



Medicine 

(for subjects of the first 2 yrs. 
Anat., etc., v. supra) 

Anatomy t Morbid 
Gibson, A. G., D.M. Ch. Ch. 

Reader. 

Climcal Physiology 
Priestley, J. G., D.M. Ch. Ch. 

Reader and Demr. 
Medicine 

Buzzard, Sir E. Farquhar, Bt., 
K.C.V.O., D.M. Magd. 

Reg. Prof. 
Mallam, E., D M Magd 

Litchfield Lectr. 

Ophthalmology 

Adams, P. E. H., B.M., M.A. Exe. 
Margaret Ogilvie's Reader. 

Pathology , v. also Anat. [Prof. 

Dreyer, G., C.B.E., M.A. Line. 

Walker, E. W. A., D.Sc., D.M. 

Univ. Reader. 

Vollum, R. L., M.A., D.Phil. Line. 

Demr. 

Pharmacology 

Gunn, J. A., M.A. Ball. Pro!. 

MacKeith, M. H., D.M. Magd., 

Dean of Med. Sch. Demr. 

Franklin, K. J , D.M. Or. Demr. 

Surgery 

Rose-Innes, R. H., M.B., ChB. 
Edin. Litchfield Lectr. 



Oriental Languages 
Arabic 

Margoliouth, D. S., M.A., D.Litt. 
New Coll. Laudian Prof. 

Aramaic [Reader. 

Stenning, J, F., C.B., M.A. Wadh. 

Assynology [Shilhto Reader. 
Langdon, S., M.A. Jes. Prof. & 

Bengali 
Thompson, E J., M.A. Or. 

(I C.S. Delegacy) Lectr. 

Burmese 
Rigg, A. E., M.A. Corp. Lectr. 

Chinese 
SootMU, W E., M.A. Trin. Prof. 

Egyptology 

Griffith, F. LI., M A., D.Litt Qu 
Actg. Reader. 

Hebrew 

Cooke, Rev. Canon G. A., D.D. 

Ch. Ch. Reg. Prof. 

Driver, G. R., M.A. Magd. (Semitic 

Phil.) Reader. 

Rabinovitch, C. I., B.A. Univ. 

Cowley Lectr 

Persian and Marathi 
Seddon, C. N., M.A. Ball. Lectr. 

Sanskrit [Bodeu Prof. 

Thomas, F. W, C.I.E., M.A , 
Ph.D. Ball., F.B.A. 

Tamil and Telugu 
Roberts, S. G. Lectr. 

Urdu and Hindi 
Dewhurst. R. P.. M.A. Ball. Lectr. 

Rural Economy 

Watson, J. A. S., M.A St. J. 

Sibthorpian Prof. 

Morison, C. G. T., M.A., Ch. Ch. 

(Soil Sci ) Reader. 

Skilbeck, D., M.A. Joh. Demr. 

Ellis, J. C. B., M.A. Jes. 

(Physics & Chem.) Demr. 
Cunliffe, N.> M.A. Wadh. 

(Agr. Entomol.) Demr. 



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Agr. Botany [Demr. 

Bancroft, Helen, M.A. Marg. H. 

Agr. Chemistry 
Clarke, G. R., B.Sc., M.A. Or. 

Advisory Chemist. 
Agr. Economics, v. also Farm 

Acctcy. 

Agr. Econ. Research Inst. 
Orwin, C. S., M.A. Ball. Director. 
Bridges, A., M.A. Line. 

Deputy Director. 
Research Officers : 
Dixey, R. N., B.A. St. Joh. ; 
Prewett, F. J., M.A. Ch. Ch. , 
Lee, J. R., B.Sc. Leeds ; Max- 
ton, J. P , B Sc , M A Glas , 
B.Litt. Ball. 
Assistants : 

Messer, M., B.A. St. Joh. ; Murray, 
K. A. H., B.Sc. Edm , Ph.D. 
Cornell, B Litt. Oriel 

Agr. Economics and History 
Amery, G. D., M.A. B.N.C. Lectr. 

Agr* Engineering 
Agr. Eng. Research Inst. : 
Denham, H. J , D.Sc. Ball. 

Director, 
Agr. Law 

Cheshire, G. C., D.C L , M.A. Exe. 
Lectr. 

Farm Acctcy. and Loc. Govt. 
Orwin, C. S. f M.A. Ball. (Dir. of 
Inst. for Research in Agr. 
Economics) Lectr. 



Theology 

Lightfoot, Rev. R. H., M.A. New 
Coll. 

Speaker's Lectr. in Bibli- 
cal Studies. 
Kirk, Rev. K. E., D D. Trin. 

Reader in Moral Theol. 

Brook, Rev. V. J. K , M.A. Mert 

(Reformation TheoL) Lectr. 

Wand, Rev. J. W. C , M.A. Or. 

(Church Hist ) Lectr. 



Divinity 
Goudge, Rev. Canon H. L., D.D. 

Ch. Ch. Reg. Prof. 

Williams, Rev Canon N. P., D.D. 

Ch. Ch Lady Margaret Prof. 

Eccles. History 

Watson, Rev. Canon E. W., D.D. 
Ch Ch. Reg. Prof. 

Exegesis 

Streeter, Rev. Canon B. H , M A. 
Qu Dean Ireland's Prof 

Interpretation of Holy Script. 
Simpson, Rev. D. C., D.D. Or. 

Oriel Prof. 

Nat. and Comparative Religion 
Macnicol, N., D.D , D.Litt. Glas 
Wilde Lectr. 



Pastoral Theology 



Reg. Prof. 



Philos. of Christian Religion 
Grensted, Rev. L. W., D.D. Or. 
Oriel Prof. 

Septuagint [Grinfield Lectr. 
Billen, Rev. A V , D D. Univ. 

George Eastman Visiting Prof. 
1932-33. Suspended. 

Bampton Lecturer 
(alternate years) 

1934, Rev. R H Lightfoot, M.A. 
New Coll. 

Romanes Lecturer 

1932-33, Sir W. Henry Hadow, 
C B.E , M.A , D.Mus. 

Sidney Ball Lecturer in Econ. 

1932-33, Rt Hon. Viscount Cecil 
of Chelwood, M.A, D.CL. 
Univ. "The Machinery of 
Government " 



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Sir Basil Zaharoff Lecturer 

1932-33, Sir J. G. Frazer, O M , 
D C L Camb. 

Herbert Spencer Lecturer 
1932-33. A. Einstein, D.Sc.,Ch Ch 

Taylorian Lecturer 
1932-33, G S Gordon, M.A. 



Halley Lecturer 

1933, H N. Russell, A M., Ph I) 
Princeton, (Mt. Wilson Ob- 
servatory) 

University Extension 
Lecturers employed under the 
direction of the Extra-mural 
Studies Delegacy (about 30). 



THE COLLEGES 

ALL SOULS COLLEGE. Founded 1437. Warden The Right Hon. Viscount 
Chelmsford, G.C.M.G., G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., G.B.E., M.A., D.C.L. 



Fellows : 

Cholmondeley, F. G., M.A. 
Oman, Prof. Sir Charles W. C , K.B.E., 

M.A., D.C.L., LL.D., Librarian. 
Robertson, Sir Charles G., C.V.O., 

M.A. 
Simon, Rt. Hon. Sir John A., G.C.S.I., 

K.C.V.O., M.A., D.C.L., LLD., 

K.C. 

Dawson, G. G., M.A. 
Malcolm, D. O., M.A. 
Craster, H. H. E., M.A., D.Litt. 
PoUard, A. F., M.A., Litt.D., F.B.A. 
Willdnson, H. Spenser, M.A., Litt.D. 
Archibald, J. G., M.A., Sub-Warden. 
Adams, Prof. W. G. S , M.A. 
Somervell, D. B., M.A., K C., Dean. 
de Zulueta, Prof. F., D.C.L. 
Woodward, E. LI., M.A. 
Faber, G. C., M.A. 
Coupland, Prof. R, C.I.E., M.A. 
Curtis, L. G., M.A. 
Lee, Prof. R. W., D.C.L. 
Macgregor, Prof. D. H., M.A. 
Holdsworth, Prof. Sir W. S., D.C.L., 

LL.D., K.C. 
Jacob, E. F., M.A., D.Phil., Ph.D. 



Harris, C. R. S., M.A., D.Phil. 
Irwin, Lord, K.G., G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., 

M.A. 
Greene, W. A., O.B.E , M.C., C.G., 

M.A., K.C. 

Brierly, Prof. J. L., O.B.E., D.C.L. 
Radcliffe, C. J., M.A. 
Headlam, Rt. Rev. A. C., C.H., D.D. 
Swinton, Prof. Maj.-Gen.Sir Ernest!)., 

K.B.E., C.B., D.S.O., M. A., Dean. 
Pares, R., M.A. 
Foster, J. G., MA. 
Rowse, A. L., M.A. 
Makins, R. M., M.A. 
Rudler, Prof. G., M.A. 
Jones, A. H M., M.A. 
Hudson, G. F., M.A. 
Dannreuther, D. S., M.A. 
Moon, E. P., B.A. 
Hodson, H. V., B.A. 
Sparrow, J. H. A., B.A. 
Rickett, D. H. F., B.A. 
Jay, D. P. T., B A. 
Bowen, I. L, B.A. 
Clark, G. N., M.A. 
Hogg, Hon. Q. McG., B.A. 
Rees, M. G., B.A. 



BALLIOL COLLEGE. Founded 1263-1268. Master A. D. Lindsay, C.B.E., 
M.A., LL.D. 



Fellows : 
Urquhart, F. F., M.A., Tutor (Mod. 

Hist.). 

Hartley, Sir Harold, M.A., F.R.S. 
Bailey, C., M.A., Tutor (Classics). 
Merton, T. R., M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S. 
Bell, K. N., M.A., Tutor (Mod. Hist.). 
Macgregor, D.C., M.A.,Tutor(Classics). 



Ridley, Rev. M. R., M.A., Tutor 

(Engl. Lit.). 
Morris, C. R., M.A. Tutor (Classics), 

Jowett Lecturer (Philos.), and 

Tutor for A dmissions. 
Orwin, C. S., M.A., Estates Bursar. 
Rodger, A. B., M.A. .Tutor (Economics). 



ENGLAND 



Gunn, J. A., M.A., Prof, of Pharma- 
cology. 
Mynors,_ R. A. B., M.A., Tutor 

(Classics], Librarian. 
Thomas, F. W., M.A., Ph.D., Prof, of 

Sanskrit. 
Barry, Rev. Canon F. R , M.A., Tutor 

(Theol ). 
Galbraith, V. H., M.A., Reader in 

Diplomatic and Tutor (Hist.). 
Fulton, J S., M.A., Tutor (Philos ). 
Hardie, C. G., M.A., Tutor (Classics). 
Duke, A. C. H., D.S.O., C.M.G., M.A., 

Home Bursar. 
Tylor, T. H., M.A., B.C.L., Tutor 

(Jurispr.). 



Gatty, O., B.A., Tutor (Science). 
Allan, D. J., B.A., Tutor (Classics). 
Allen, W. M., B.Sc. Lond., M.A., 

Tutor (Econ.). 
Pym, Rev. Canon T. W., D.S.O., M.A , 

Chaplain 

Other Tutors and Lecturers : 
Priestley, J. G., D.M., Ch. Ch., Lectr. 

(Physiology). 

Bryson, J. N , M A., Tutor (Engl. Lit.) 
Bell, R. P., B.A., Bedford Lectr. (Nat. 

Sci). 
Whitehead, J. H. C., B.A., Tutor 

(Maths.). 
Hughes, O. L., B.A., Demr. (Nat. Sci.). 



BRASENOSE COLLEGE. Founded 1509. Principal C. H. Sampson, M.A. 



Fellows 

Stocker, W. N., M.A., Lectr. 
Butler, A. J., M.A., D.Litt. 
Stallybrass, W. T. S., O.B.E., D.C.L., 

Vice-Principal, Tutor. 
Southwell, R. V., M.A., F.R.S., Prof. 

(Engineering Science). 
Holroyd, M., M.A., Senior Tutor. 
Anderson, J. G. C., MA., Prof, of 

Anc. Hist. 

Griffith, I. O., M.A., Tutor. 
Taylor, T. W. J., M.A., Tutor. 



JefEery, R. W., M.A., Tutor, Librarian. 
Platnauer, M., M.A., B.Litt., Tutor. 
M'Kie, J. I., M.A., Lectr. 
Spalding, K. J., M.A., Research Fellow, 
Waldock, C. H. M., B.CX., M.A.,Lecfr. 
Grant, A. D., M.A., Bursar. 
Ker, A., M.A., Lectr. 

Other Lecturers : 

Brett-Smith, H. F. B.,M.A. (EngLLvt.) 
Amery, G. D., M.A. (Agnc.). 
Bowen, I. I., B.A. (Hist. andEcon.). 



CHRIST CHURCH. Founded 1546. Deaa Very Rev. H. J. White, D.D. 



Canons : 
Watson, Rev. E. W., D.D., Regius 

Prof, of Eccl. Hist. 
Cooke, Rev. G. A., D.D., Regius Prof. 

of Hebrew. 
Shaw, Rt. Rev. E. D., D.D., Arch- 

deacon of Oxford. 
Goudge, Rev. H. L., D.D., Regius 

Prof, of Divinity. 
Williams, Rev. N. P., D.D., Lady 

Margaret Prof, of Divinity. 

Students (equivalent to Fellows) : 

Payne-Smith, Rev. W. H., M.A. 
Murray, G. G. A., M.A., D.Litt., 

Regius Prof, of Greek. 
Dundas, R. H., M.A., Tutor. 
Hutchinson, G. T., M.A., Treasurer. 
Chaundy, T. W., M.A., Tutor. 
Felling, K. G., M.A., D.Utt., Tutor. 
Masterman, J. C., M.A., Tutor . 



Barrington-Ward, J. G., M.A., Tutor; 

Librarian. 

Thomson, A., M.A., Prof, of Anatomy. 
Russell, A. S., M.A., Tutor, Reader in 

Chew. 
Heaton, T. B., D.M., Tutor t Reader in 

Anat. 
Lindemann, F. A., M.A., F.R.S., 

Prof.ofExp.Philos. 
Taylor, F. A., M.A., Tutor. 
Harrod, H. R. F., M A., Tutor. 
Ryle, G., M.A., Censor and Tutor. 
Monson, C. G. T., M.A., Tutor. 
Myres, J. N. L., M.A. 
Buzzard, Sir E. F., D.M., Regius Prof. 

of Medicine. 
Percival, Lt.-Col. Sir H. F. P., M.A., 

Steward. 

Grant-Bailey, S N., M.A., Tutor. 
Longden, R, P., M.A., Censor and 

Tutor, 



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Mortimer, Rev. R. C., M.A , Tutor. 

Foster, M. B., M.A. 

Gordon- Walker, P. C , M A., B.Litt , 

Tutor. 

Colhe, C. H., B.Sc., M.A. 
Einstein, A, Hon. D.Sc. 



Page, D. L., B.A , Tutor. 
Hurst, C , B.A. 

Lecturers : 
Ayer, A. J., B.A. 
Pakenham, Hon. F. A., B.A. 



CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE. 
D.Litt. 



Founded 1517. President P. S. Allen, M.A., 



Fellows : 

Schiller, F. C. S., M.A., D.Sc. 

Phelps, W., M.A., Tutor. 

Clark, A. C., M.A., Prof, of Latin. 

Pidduck, F. B , M.A., D.Sc., Tutor, 
Reader, Appl. Maths. 

Hardie, W. F. R., M.A., Vice-Presi- 
dent and Tutor. 

Prichard, H. A., M.A., Prof, of Moral 
Philos. 

EXETER COLLEGE. Founded 1314. 
LL D., F.B.A. 

Fellows : 
Atkinson, C. T., M.A. Lectr. (Mod. 

Hist.). 
Cheshire, G. C., D.C.L., M.A., Lectr. 

(Law). 
Barber, E. A., M.A., Senior Tutor, 

Dean, Lectr. (Classics). 
Coghill, N. H. K. A., M.A., Tutor, 

Lectr. (Engl.), Librarian. 
Balsdon, J. P. V.D , M.A., Sub-Rector, 

Tutor. 
Wolfenden, J. H., M.A., Tutor, Lectr. 

(Phys. Set.). 
Bezzant, Rev, J. S., M.A. (Chapknn 

and Lectr. in Theol.). 

StaSnes Research Fellow : 
Eccles, J. C., M.A., D.Phil. 

HERTFORD COLLEGE. Founded 1 874. 
Fellows : 

Cecil, Rt. Hon. Lord Hugh, M.A., 

Hon. D.C.L., M.P. 
Haselfoot, C. E., M.A. 
Murphy, N. R., M.A., Sr. Tutor, 

Lectr. (Philos.). 
Denniston, J. D., M.A., Tutor, Lectr. 

(Classics), Librarian. 
Boase, T. S. R., M.A., Tutor, Lectr. 

(Mod. Hist.). 
Hignett, C., M.A., Lectr. (Anc. Hist.). 



Thornton-Duesbery, Rev. J. P., M.A., 
Chaplain, Divinity Lecturer, 
Librarian. 

Geary, F. C., M.A., Tutor, Dean. 

Henderson, C G., M.A., Tutor. 

Veale, D., C.B.E., M.A. 

Blakeway, A. A., M.A., Tutor. 

Other Lecturers : 
Hammick, D. L., M.A. (Nat. Sc.) 
Tylor, T. H., B.C.L., M.A. (Law). 

Rector R. R. Marett, M.A., D.Sc., 



Professorial Fellows : 
Dawkins, R. MacG., M.A., Prof, of 

Byzantine and Mod. Greek. 
Soddy, F., M.A., F.R.S., Prof. ofChem. 
Entwistle,W. ]., M. A., Prof. of Spanish . 

Non-Stipendiary Fellow : 
Balfour, H., M.A. 

Other Tutors and Lecturers : 
Rabinovitch, H. L, B.A. (Hebrew). 
Stampa, L., M.A. Mag. (Mod. Hist.). 
Hunt, H. J., M.A., D.Phil. (French). 
Struth, M. le V., M.A. (French). 
Kneale, W. C., M.A. (Phiios.). 
Potter, H. S. A., B.A. (Maths.). 

Catecaist : 
Underbill, Very Rev. F. L., M.A. 

Principal C. R. M. F. CruttweU, M. A. 

Fifoot, C. H. S., M.A., Lectr. (Junspr.). 
Ferrar, W. L., M.A., Lectr. (Maths.). 
Meade, J. E., B.A., Lectr. (Econ ). 
Markham, F. M. H., B.A., Lectr. (Mod. 

Hist.). 

Mason, K., M.A., Prof. ofGeog. 
Thornhill, Rev. A. E. C., M.A., Chap- 

lain. 

Other Lecturer : 

Brett-Smith, H. F. B., M.A., Reader 
in Engl Lit. 



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JESTJS COLLEGE. Founded 1571. Principal A. E. W. Hazel, C.B.E., M.A., 
B.C.L., LL.D , K.C. 



Fellows : 

Poulton, Prof. E.B., M.A.,D.Sc.,F.R.S. 
Chapman, D. L., M.A., F.R.S , Vice- 

Principal, Tutor (Nat. Set.). 
Edwards, J. G., M.A., Acting Senior 
' Tutor (Mod. Hist ) 
Fraser, Prof. J , M.A. 
Hodgkinson, J., M.A., Tutor (Maths.), 

Dean 
George, H. J., M.A., Tutor (Nat. Sci.), 

Junior Bursar. 
Seymour, P. A., M.A., Tutor (Anc. 

Hist.), Senior Bursar. 

LINCOLN COLLEGE. Founded 1427. 
Fellows : 
Sidgwjck, N. V., M.A., F.R.S., Lectr 

(Nat. Sc.). 
Marchant, E. C., M.A., Sub-Rector, 

Sr. Tutor (Classics). 
Carlyle, E. I., M.A., Lectr. (Mod. 

Hist.). 

Dreyer, Prof. G., M.A. 
Hanbury, H. G., B.C.L., M.A., 

Lectr. (Jurispr.). 



Cross, Rev. L. B., M.A., Cliaplain and 

Lectr. (Theol). 
Fordyce, C. J., M.A., Tutor (Classics), 

and Librarian. 
Jones, H. Stuart, M A., D.Litt. 

Other Lecturers : 

Brett-Smith,H.F.B.,M A.(Engl Lit ). 
Hunt, H. J, M.A., D.Phil. (Mod. 

Langs.). 
Knox, T. M , M A , Lectr. (Philos.) and 

Jr. Dean. 
Goodwin, A., B.A., Lectr. (Mod. Hist.) 

and Jr. Dean. 

Rector J. A. R. Munro, M.A. 

Beazley, Prof. T. D., M.A. 
Cox, H. H., M.A., Lectr. (Philos.). 
Allen, Rev. G. F., M A., Lectr. (Theol ), 
Jr. Tutor. 

Other Lecturers : 
Jeffery, R. W., M.A., B.N.C. (Mod. 

Hist.). 
Monson, C. G. T., M.A. Ball. (Agric. 

Chem.). 
Vinaver, E., M.A., B.Litt. (French). 



MAGDALEN COLLEGE. Founded 1458. PresidentGeorge S. Gordon, M.A. 



Fellows : 

Benecke, P. V. M., M.A. 
Miers, Sir Henry A., M.A., D.Sc , F.R.S. 
Poole, R. L., M A., D.Litt., F.B.A. 
Thompson, Rev. J. M., M.A., Tutor 

(Mod. Hist). 
Bowman, H. L., M.A., D.Sc., Prof. 

of Mineralogy. 

Smith, J. A., M.A., Prof, of Philos. 
Sherrmgton, Sir Charles S., O.M., 

G.B.E., M.A., Hon. D.Sc., F.R.S., 

Prof, of Physiology. 
Manley, J. J., M.A., D.Sc. 
Salter, Rev. H. E , M.A. 
Hope, E., M.A., Tutor (Nat. Sc.), 
Driver, G. R., M.A., Vice-President 

and Librarian, Reader in Semitic 

Philology. 

Lee, S. G., M.A., Tutor (Mod. Hist.) 
Segar, R., M.A., Tutor (Law). 
Dixon, A. L., M.A., F.R.S., Prof, of 

Pure Maths. 
MacKeith, M. H., D.M., Tutor (Nat. 

Sc.}, Dean of Med. School. 



Snow, G. R. S., B.Sc., M.A. 
Weldon, T. D., M.A., Tutor (Philo- 
sophy). 
Onions, C. T., M.A, Hon. D.Litt, 

Reader in English Philol. 
Lewis, C. S., M.A., Tutor (English). 
Parker, H. M. D., M.A., Tutor (Anc. 

Hist.), Sr. Dean of Arts. 
Fohgno, C. C., M.A., Prof, of Italian 
Tansley, A. G., M.A., F.R.S., Prof, of 

Bot. 
McFarlane, K. B., M.A., Tutor (Mod. 

Hist.). 

Fox, Rev. A., M.A., Dean of Divinity. 
Johnson, P., M.A., Lectr. (Physics), 

Jr. Dean of Arts. 

Wolfenden, J. F., M.A., Tutor (Philos.). 
Robinson, R,, M.A., D.Sc., F.R S., 

Prof, of Chem. 

Forster, A. J., M.A., Estates Bursar, 
Chapman, R. W., M.A., Hon. D.Litt. 
Denholm-Young, N., M.A., B.Litt. 



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Opie, R., M.A., Ph.D., Tutor (Econ.}. 
Young, J. Z., B.A., Lectr. (Zool). 
Moullin, E. B., M.A. 
Sutton, L. E., M.A., D.Phil 
Mackenzie, W. J. N , B.A. (Classics). 



Lecturers : 

Abercrombie, 
Langs.). 

Balfour, M. L. G , B A, (Politics). 



N. J, B.A. (Mod. 



MERTON COLLEGE. Founded 1264. Warden T. Bowman, M.A. 



Fellows : 

Miles, Sir John C., M.A , B.C.L. 
Goodrich, Prof. E. S., M.A., D.Sc. 
Garrod, H. W., M.A. 
GUI, E. W. B., M.A., B.Sc. 
Mure, G. R. G., M.A., Tutor. 
Lambert, B., M.A., D.Sc., Tutor. 
Wyld, Prof. H. C. K., B.Litt., M.A. 
Deane- Jones, I., M.A., Sr. Tutor. 
Smith, Prof. D. Nichol, M.A., Sub- 
Warden. 

Thompson, R. C., M.A., D.Litt. 
de Beer, G. R., M.A., D.Sc. 

NEW COLLEGE. Founded 1379. 
M.A., Hon. D.C.L. 

Fellows : 

Hayes, E. H., M.A. 
Margoliouth, Rev. D. S , M.A., D.Litt., 

Laudian Prof, of Arabic. 
Matheson, P. E., M.A. 
Joseph, H. W. B., M.A. 
Townsend, J. S. E., M.A., F.RS., 

Wykeham Prof, of Physics. 
Haldane, J. S., M.A. (Supernumerary). 
Henderson, H. L., M.A., Tutor, Dean, 

Dean of Arts (Classics). 
Walden, A. F., M.A., Tutor (Chem.). 
Allen, Sir Hugh P,, D.Mus., M.A., 

Heather Prof, of Music. 
Legg, L. G. Wickham, M.A., Tutor 

(Hist.}. 
Myres, J. L., M.A., Wykeham Prof, of 

Anc. Hist., Librarian. 
Ogg, D., M.A., Tutor. 
Smith, A. H., M.A., Tutor, Precentor 

(Phil.). 
Joachim, H. H., M.A., Wykeham Prof. 

of Logic. 

Radcliffe, G, R. Y., M.A., Sr. Bursar. 
Casson, S., MA., Reader in Class. 

ArchaoL, Lectr. (Sculp.). 
Poole, E. G. C. } M.A., D.Phil., Lectr. 

(Maths.). 



Newboult, H. O., M.A., Tutor 

Lawson, F. H., M.A., Tutor. 

Levens, R. G. C., M.A., Tutor. 

Harrison, A. R. W., M.A., Tutor 

Blunden, E. C., M.A., Tutor. 
Lecturers : 

Carter, C. W., B.M., M.A. Qu. 
(Physiol ). 

Williams, Rev, C. S. C., M.A. (Div- 
inity). 

Maidment, K. J., B.A. (Classics). 

Roberts, M, B.A. Wore. (Mod. 
Hist ). 

Warden. Rt. Hon. H. A. L. Fisher, 

Lightfoot, Rev. R. H., M.A., Speaker's 
Lectr. in Biblical Studies, Tutor, 
Dean. ofDiv., Chaplain (Theol.). 

Creed, R. S., D.M., Tutor (Physiol.). 

Cox, C. W. M., M.A., Tutor (Anc. 
Hist). 

McCaUum, S. P., M.A , D.Phil., Lectr., 
Jr. Bursar (Physics). 

Yorke, E. C., M.A., Tutor, Sub- 
Warden (Classics). 

Jenkins, H. J. S., B.C L., M.A., Tutor, 
Tuition Sec. (Jurispr.). 

Brown, E. H. Phelps, M.A., Lectr. 
(Econ ). 

Grossman, R. H. S., B.A., Lectr. 
(Philos. and Anc Hist.). 

Zimmern, A. E , M.A., Montague Bur- 
ion Prof. Internat. Relations 
(Supernumerary). 

Titchmarsh, E. C., M.A., Savilian 
Prof, of Geom. 

Plaskett, H. H., M.A., Savilian Prof, 
of A sir on. 

Other Lecturers : 

Woodward, E. LI , M.A., Tutor (Hist.). 
House, H. W., M.A. (Mod. Langs.). 
Pares, R., M.A. (Hist.). 
Arkell, W. J., M.A., D.Phil., B.Sc. 

(Geol). 
Berlin, I., B.A. (Phiks.). 



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ORIEL COLLEGE. Founded 1326. 
Hon. LL.D., F.B.A. 

Fellows : 
Tod, M. N., O.B.E., M.A., F.B.A., Sr. 

Tutor (Anc. Hist.). 

Hammick, D. LI., M.A., Tutor (Chem.) 
Simpson, P., M.A., Lectr. (Eng. Lit.). 
Cohn, E. S., M.A., Lectr. (Mod 

Hist.}. 
Franklin, K. J., D.M., M.A., Tutor 

(Med.) t Librarian. 
Simpson, Rev. D. C , D.D., Prof, of 

Interpretation of Holy Scripture 
Wand, Rev. J. W. C., M.A., Dean and 

Tutor (TheoL). 

Hargreaves, E. L., M.A., Tutor (Econ.) 
Emden, C. S., M.A., Treasurer. 

PEMBROKE COLLEGE Founded 1624. 

Fellows : 

Ramsden, W., D.M. 
Drake, H. L., M.A., Vicegerent, Tutor. 
CoUingwood, R. G., M.A., Tutor, 

Librarian. 
Burrowes, Rev. A. B., M.A., Lectr. 

(Divinity and Classics), Dean. 
Salt, L. E., M.A., Bursar. 

THE QUEEN'S COLLEGE. Founded 
M.A. 
Fellows : 



Allen, T. W., M.A., F.B.A., Librarian. 
*Thompson, C. H., MA., Sr. Tutor 

(Maths.) 
*Hodgkin, R. H., M.A., Tutor (Mod. 

Hist.). 
*Streeter, Rev. B. H., M.A., F.B.A. 

(Theol.). 
Hunt, A. S., M.A, D.Litt., F.B.A., 

Pro/, of Papyrology. 
*Chattaway, F. D., M.A., F.R.S., 

Tutor (Chem.). 

*Elton, G., M.A., Tutor (Mod. Hist.). 
*House, H. W., M.A., Tutor (Mod. 

Langs.). 
Love, A. E. H., M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S., 

Prof, of Nat. Philos. 
Fiedler, H. G., M.A., Prof, of German* 



Provost W. D. Ross, O.B.E., M.A., 

Powicke, F. M., M A., LL.D., D.Litt., 
F.B.A., Reg. Prof, of Mod. Hist. 

Grensted, Rev. L. W., D.D., M.A., 
Prof, of Philos. of Christian Re- 
ligion. 

Maclagan, W. G., M.A., Ph.D. Edin., 
Lectr. (Philos.). 

Burton, R. W. B., B.A. (Classics). 

Gough, J. W., M.A. (Mod. Hist.). 

Other Lecturers : 
James, W. O., D.Phil. (Bot.). 
Stallybrass, W. T. S., O.B.E., D.C.L, 

(Law). 

Tucker, B. W., M.A. (Zool). 
Vinaver, E., B.Litt., M.A. (French). 
Bryson, J. N., M.A. (Eng. Lang.). 

Master Rev. F. Homes Dudden, D.D. 

McCaUum, R. B., M.A., Lectr. (Mod. 

Hist.). 
Tolkien, Prof. J. R. R., M.A. 

Other Lecturers : 
Brett -Smith, H. F. B., M.A. 

(English). 

Berthon, H. E., M.A. (French). 
George, H. J., M.A. (Nat. Sc.), 

1340. Provost Rev. E. M. Walker, 

McElroy, R. McN., M.A., Prof, of 
American Hist. 

Lobel, E., M A. 

*Jones, J. Walter, M.A., Tutor (Juris- 
prudence). 

*Carter, C. W., M.A., B.M. (Physiol.). 

*Franks, 0. S., M.A. (Philos.), Dean 
of Degrees. 

*Gore, C. H., M.A., Domestic Bursar. 

*Fraser, L. M., M.A. (Econ.). 

*Wright, T. E., M.A. (Classics). 

*Cripps, Hon. A. H. S., MA., Estates 
Bursar. 

*Ratchff, Rev. E. C., M.A. (Theol and 
Classics), Chaplam. 

*Colman, D. S., M.A. (Anc. Hist, and 
Classics), Dean. 

Laming Travelling Fellows : 
Grey, P. F. 
Holliday, L. G. 



Prelector. 



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Knight, R. C., B A. 
Scott-Fox, R. D. J. 
Burrows, B. A. B. 
Creswell, M. J. 
McLachlan, D. H. 

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. Founded 1555. 
Fellows : 
Powell, J. U., M.A., Tutor, Lectr. 

(Classics). 
Douglas, C. G., B.Sc., D.M., F.R.S., 

Tutor, Lectr. (Nat. Sc.). 
Poole, A L., M.A., Sr. Tutor, Lectr. 

(Mod. Hist.). 
Last, H. M., M.A., Tutor, Lectr. 

(Classics and Anc. Hist.). 
Troup, Prof. R. S., M.A., D.Sc., 

F.R.S. 
Costin, W. C., M.A., Tutor, Lectr. 

(Mod. Hist.). 
Hart-Synnot, R. V. O., M.A., 

Bursar. 
Mabbott, J. D., B.Litt., M.A., Tutor, 

Lectr. (Philos.). 



ReiUy, D'. A. P. 
Stephens, D. 

Other Lecturers : 

Brett-Smith, H. F. B., M.A. (English). 
Wilkins, W. H., M.A. (Botany). 

President F. W. Hall, M.A., D.Litt. 

Watson, Prof. J. A. S., M.A. (Rural 

Econ.). 
Slade, E., M.A., Tutor and Lectr. in 

Jurisprudence, Sr. Dean of Arts. 
Thompson, H. W., M.A., B.Sc., Lectr. 

(Chem.), Jr. Dean of Arts. 
Greenslade, Rev. S. L., M.A,, Lectr. 

(Theol.), Reader, Sr. Librarian. 
Bone, G. D., M.A. Lectr. (English), 

Jr. Librarian. 
Highet, G. A., B.A , Lectr. (Classics). 

Other Lecturers : 
Newboult, H. 0., M A. (Maths.). 
Dowdell, E. G., M.A., D.Phtt. (Econ.). 
Moore, W. G., M.A. (Mod. Langs.). 



TRINITY COLLEGE. Founded 1554-1 555. President Rev. H. E. D. Blakiston 
D.D. 

Fellows : 



Patterson, Rev. M. W., M.A., Tutor, 

Lectr. (Mod.Hist.),Vice-Pre$ident. 
Weaver, J. R. H., M.A., Tutor, Lectr. 

(Mod. Hist.), Librarian. 
Higham, T. F,, M.A., Tutor, Lectr. 

(Classics). 

Landon, P. A., M.A., Lectr. (Jurispr.). 
Liddell, E. G. T., D.M., M.A., Research 

Fellow in Physiology. 



Hinshelwood, C. N., M.A., F.R.S., 

Lectr. (Chem.). 

Kirk, Rev. K. E., D.D., Lectr. (Theol). 
Price, H. H., B.Sc., M.A., Lectr. 

(Philos.). 
Peters, R. A., M.A., Prof, of Bu>- 

Chemistry. 
Ewert, A., M.A., Prof. (Romance 

Langs.). 

Hall, R. L., M.A., Lectr. (Econ.). 
Syme, R., M.A., Lectr. (Anc. Hist.). 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. Founded 1249. Master Sir Michael E. Sadler, 
K.C.S.I., C.B., M.A. 



Fellows : 
*Poynton, A. B., M.A., D.Litt. (Greek), 

Estates Bursar. 
*Farquharson, A. S. L., M.A., Senior 

Tutor (Logic). 
*Carritt, E. F., M.A. (Philos.), 

Librarian. 
Sollas, Prof. W. J., M.A., F.R.S., Prof. 

(Geology). 



*Walker, E. W. A., D.M., D.Sc., 

Tutor (Nat. Philos.). 
"Stevenson, G. H., M.A. (Anc. Hist.), 

Secretary. 
Leys, K. K. M., M.A., Tutor (Mod. 

Hist.). 
Goodhart, Prof. A. L., D.C.L., LL.D., 

Prof, of Jurispr. 
*Keir, D. L., M.A., Dean (Mod. Hist.). 



* Praelector. 



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*Bowen, E J , M A., Domestic Bursar Other Lecturers and Asst. Lectrs 



(Chem.). 
Cole, G. D. H., M.A. (Econ.). 
Gardner, A. D., D.M., M.A. (Physwl.) 
Maud, J. P. R , M.A (Poht. Sci.). 
CampbeU, A. H., B.C.L., M A. (Law}. 

Radcliffe Travelling Felloes : 
Brown, W. H., M.A., B M. 
Irvine, K. N., B M. Magd. 



Thompson, C. H., M.A. Queen's 

(Maths.). 
Monson, C. G. T., M A. Ch. Ch. (Rural 

EC.). 

Douglas, J. A., M.A., D.Sc. (Geology). 
Lewis, C. S., M.A. Magd. (Engl. Lit.). 
Chalk, L., M.A., D.Phil. (Forestry). 
Berthon, H. E., M.A. Wadh. (French). 
Wilkins, W. H., M.A. Keble (Bot.). 



Prselector. 



WADH AM COLLEGE. Founded 1610. 
M.A. 

Fellows : 
Wade-Gery, H. T., M.C., M.A., Senior 

Tutor (Classics). 
Lindemann, F. A., M.A., F.R S., 

Prof, of Exp. Philos. 
Lennard, R. V., M.A , Tutor (Hist.), 

Reader (Econ. Hist.). 
Bowra, C. M., M A , Tutor (Classics) 

and Dean. 

Keeley, T. C., M.A., Lectr. (Physics). 
Hart, W. O., B.C.L., M.A, Lectr. 

(Law). 



Warden J. F. Stenmng, C.B., C.B.E., 

Bretherton, R. F., M.A., Lectr. (Econ. 

and Mod. Hist.), Librarian. 
Milne, E. A., M.B.E., M.A., F R.S.. 

Rouse Ball Prof, of Maths. 
Gallic, I . B.A., Lectr. (Philos.). 
House, Rev. A. H., B.A., Lectr. 

(English). 

Other Lecturer : 

Berthon, H. E., M.V.O., M.A. 
(French). 



WORCESTER COLLEGE. Founded 1714. Provost Rev. F. J. Lys, M.A. 



Fellows : 
Roberts, P. E., M.A., Vice-Provost, 

Tutor, Lectr. (Mod. Hist.). 
Wilkinson, C. H., M.A., Lectr. (Engl. 

Lit.), Librarian. 
Pickard- Cambridge, W. A., M.A., 

Tutor, Lectr. (Classics). 
Somerset, H. V. F., M.A., Asst. Tutor, 
Lectr. (Mod. Hist.) 



Bryan-Brown, A. N., M.A., Asst. 

Tutor, Lectr. (Classic?). 
Braunholtz, Prof. G. E. K., M.A. 
Parker, J. L., M.A., Lectr. (Law). 
Stead, Rev. W. F., M.A., Chaplain. 

Laycock Student of Egyptology : 
Glanville, S. R. K., M.A. 



ST. EDMUND HALL. Founded c. 1238. Principal A. B. Emden, M.A. 



Tutors : 
Brewis, Rev. J. S., M.A. (Mod. Hist.), 

Vice-Principal. 

Brewis, G. R., M.A., Senior Tutor. 
Fletcher, Rev. R. F. W., M.A., Tutor 

(English). 
Hunt, H. J., M.A., D.Phil., Tutor 

(Mod. Langs.). 

KEBLE COLLEGE. Founded 1870. 
Fellows : 

Reade, W. H. V., M.A., Sub-Warden. 
Milman, Lt.-Col. O. R. E., R.A., 
D.S.O., M.A., Bursar. 



Farrer, Rev. A. M., M.A., Chaplain 
and Tutor (Theol. and Philos.). 

Lecturers : 

Thompson, C. H., M.A. (Maths.). 
Chattaway, F. D., M.A., F.R.S. 

(Chem.). 

Higham, T. F., M.A. (Classics). 
Fraser, L. M., M.A. (Econ.). 

WardenRev. B. J. Kidd, D.D. 
Owen, A. S., M.A. 
Jolliffe, J. E. A., M.A. 
Rice-Oxley, L., M.A. 
Parkes, G. D., B.Sc., D.Phil,, M.A. 



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Hugh- Jones, E. M., M.A. Lectr. : 

* T> u T TIT * Davidge, C.V.,B.CL., M.A. 

Carpenter, Rev. H. J., M.A. _. , . ' ' 

Chaplain : 

Meiggs, R., M.A. Blockley, Rev. T. T., M.A, 

ST. CATHERINE'S SOCIETY (Non-ColL Students). Censor Rev. V. J. K. 
Brook, M.A, Cath. Address 74 High Street. 

Tutors and Lecturers : Davies, Rev. R. T., M.A. Cath., Dean 

Thompson, C. H., M.A. Qu. (Maths.). of Degrees (Mod Hist.). 

Kendrew, W. G., M.A. Cath. (Classics) Horwood, F. C., M.A. Cath. (English). 

Dean. Fisher, R. B., B.A., B.Sc. Joh. 

Brook, Rev. V. J. K., M.A. Cath. (Physiol). 

(Theol.) Hugh-Jones, E. M., M.A. Kehle 

Boyd, J., M.A., B Litt. Cath. (Ger- (Boon.). 

man). Tylor, T H., M.A., B.C.L. Ball, (Law). 

Garabedian, D., M.A. Cath. (French). Whale, Rev J. S., M.A, Cath. (Mod. 
George, H. J., M.A. Jes. (Chem.). Hist.). 

CAMPION HALL. Master Rev. M. C. D'Arcy, M.A. 
A private hall for members of the Society of Jesus. 
ST. BENET'S HALL. Master Rev. P. J. McCann, M.A. 
A private hall for members of the English Benedictine Abbey of Ampleforth. 
Yorkshire. 

ST. PETER'S HALL. Master Rev. C. M. Chavasse, M.A. 
A private hall for members of the Church of England. 

Recognized Societies of Women Students 

LADY MARGARET HALL, founded in 1878 and opened in 1879 . constituted 
under a Deed of Trust in 1893, incorporated by Royal Charter, 1926. 
Principal Lynda Grier, M.A. 

Tutors : *Anson, Christine, M.A., Hall Secretary 
Grier, Lynda, M.A. (Econ.), Principal. and Librarian. 

T TU A tw.*t,L,\ *Harbottle, Dorothv, Bursar. 
' 9 ( ^' 



*Spens, Janet, M.A. (English). Lecturers : 

*Deneke, Helena C., M.A. (German). Wrinc^^s. Dorothy M., M.A., D.Sc. 

*Skipworth Margaret G., M.A. Qrr ^win'g, Jean, M.A., B,M. 

(French). (Physiol.). 

*Coate, Mary, M.A. (History). Clarke, D. Rhoda, B.A. (French 

*Everett, Dorothy, M.A. (English). Phtlol.). 

* Fellow. 

SOMERVILLE COLLEGE, founded as Somerville Hall in 1879. Principal 
Helen Darbishire, M.A. Vice-Principal *Mildred K. Pope, M.A. 

Tutors : *FarneU, Vera, M.A. (Mod. Langs.), 
*Pope, Mildred K., M.A. (Mod. Langs.). Dean. 

*Lorimer, Hilda L., M.A. (Classics). *Sutherland, L. Stuart, M.A. (Econ. 
*Clarke, Maude V., M.A. (Mod. Hist.). Hist, and Politics). 

* Official Fellow 



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Hilton, Irene A. F., M.Sc. Liv. (Nat. 

So.}. 
*Lascelles, Mary M., M.A., B.Litt. 

(Eng. Lang, and Lit.). 
Asst. Tutor : 
Munro, M. Isobel, B A. (Anc. Hist.}. 

Hon. Lecturer: 
Bruce, Hon. Alice M., M.A. (Med. 

French Hist.). 
Sarah Smithson Lecturer : 
Starkie, Enid M., M.A. (French Lit.). 

* Official 



Research Fellows : 

Sharp, D. E., D Phil. (Lady Carlisle). 

Hurnard, Naomi D., B.A. (Mary 
Somerville). 

*Beauchamp, Agneta, O.B.E.> Secre- 
tary and Treasurer. 

*Stonedale, M. Beatrice, Domestic 
Bursar. 

Librarian 
Evans, Evangehne, M.A., B.Litt. 

Fellow. 



ST. HUGH'S COLLEGE, founded as St. Hugh's Hall in 1886, was incorporated 
under Royal Charter in 1926. Principal Miss B. E Gwyer, M.A. 



Tutors : 

"Francis, Elizabeth A., M.A. (French). 
*Seaton, Mary E., M.A. (Engl. Lit.). 
*Procter, Evelyn E. S., M.A. (Hist.), 

Librarian. 
*Glover, Mary R., M.A. (Philos. and 

Classics). 
Clarke, Mrs. D. E. Martin, M.A. 

(Engl. Lit.). 
*Leishman, M. A., M.A., B.Sc. (Sci.), 

Asst. Tutor. 
Headlam-Morley, Agnes, B.A., B Litt. 

Asst. Tutor (Politics and Econ.). 

* Fellow. 



Lecturers : 
Wrinch, Mrs. Dorothy M., M.A., D.Sc. 

(Maths.). 
Bickley, Olga D., B A , D. in Litt , 

Genoa (Italian). 

Research Fellows : 
Ady, Cecilia M., M.A. 
Perham, Margery F , M A. 



Librarian . 

Hamilton-Thompson, 
M.A. 



Beatrice M., 



ST. HILDA'S COLLEGE, founded in 1893 by Miss Dorothea Beale, some- 
time Principal of Cheltenham Ladies' Coll. Principal Julia de L. Mann, M.A. 



Tutors : 
Sandys, Agnes M., M.A., F.R.Hist.S. 

(Hist.) t Vice-Principal. 
Keith, Christina, M.A. (Classics). 
Rooke, Eleanor W., M.A. (Engl. 

Lit.). 
Chesney, Kathleen, M.A., D.Phil. 

(French). 
Wilson, Evelyn G., M.A. (Econ.). 



Cooper, Sybil, M.A., Ph.D. Camb. 

Lectr. (Science) and Research 

Fellow. 
Lecturers : 
Wrinch, Mrs. Dorothy M., M A., D.Sc. 

(Maths.). 
Toynbee, Margaret R., M.A. (Hist.). 



Librarian : 
Major, Kathleen, B.A., B.Litt. 



SOCIETY OF OXFORD HOME-STUDENTS, founded in 1879. The Governing 
Body is the Univ. Delegacy of Home-Students. Principal Miss Grace E. 
Hadow, M.A., i Jowett Walk, Oxford. 

Hugon, Marianne C. G., M.A. (French). 
Lee, Margaret L., M.A. (English). 



Tutors : 

Butler, Christina V., M.A. (Economics). 
Butler, Ruth F., M.A. (Mod. Hist.) y 
Vice-Principal t Sr. Tutor. 



Leys, Mary D. R., M.A. (Mod. Hi&t.). 
MacMunn, Norah E., M.A., (Geog.). 



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Morrison, C. L., M.A. (Eng ). Williams, Ivy, D.C.L. (Junspr.). 
Orr-Ewing, J., B.M., M.A. (Nat. Sc.). Lecturers : 

Poole. Dorothy J. L., M.A. (Classics}. Rhys, O., M.A. (Old French). 

Rowe, B. J. H., B.Litt., M.A. (Mod. Wrinch, Mrs. D. M., M.A., D.Sc 
Hist.). (Maths.). 

The students reside in their own homes or with relatives or in private 
families in Oxford, or, occasionally, in lodgings. They may reside in one of 
the Hostels maintained by Religious Orders : S. Frideswide's, Cherwell Edge 
(Roman Catholic), and Springfield S. Mary (Anglican). 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

CONSTITUTION. The Congregation of the University consists mainly of the 
teaching and administrative elements in the Umv. and Colleges. It is the 
principal legislative body in the Univ. and, subject to the postponing power 
of Convocation explained below, can adopt, reject, or amend legislative pro- 
posals submitted by the Hebdomadal Council. Convocation, a larger body 
consisting of all Masters of Arts and Doctors of the Faculties of Divinity, 
Civil Law, and Medicine, who have their names on the Univ. books, has the 
power of postponing, but not of rejecting or amending, Statutes or Decrees 
which have been passed by the vote of less than two-thirds of the members 
of Congregation present and voting. It also confers honorary degrees and 
degrees granted by Decree or Diploma. It sanctions petitions to Parliament, 
and authorises the affixing of the Univ. seal when necessary. The Hebdomadal 
Council consists of the Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor, immediate ex- Vice-Chan- 
cellor (for a certain period after the expiry of his term of office), the Proctors, 
and 1 8 members elected by Congregation. It takes the initiative in all legis- 
lation of the Univ. and forms the central administrative body. Other im- 
portant bodies, endowed with considerable powers and responsibilities, are 
the General Board of the Faculties and the Curators of the University Chest 

The Chancellor, elected for life by Convocation, is a non-resident Officer. 
The executive power is chiefly in the hands of his Deputy, the Vice-Chancellor, 
who is annually nominated by him from among the Heads of Colleges, and 
the Proctors annually elected by the Colleges and Halls in rotation. 

The Colleges are corporate bodies distinct from the Univ. They manage 
their own property, and elect their own officers ; and the Proctors have no 
power within their walls. Their Statutes, however, render them subject to 
certain Univ. Statutes which deal, among other things, with reservation of a 
proportion of Fellowships for Univ. teachers and officers, the assignment of 
Fellowships to University Professorships, the admission of undergraduates, 
contributions for Univ. purposes, the presentation and audit of accounts, and 
the special examination of catering accounts. The relation between the Univ. 
and the Colleges is intimate. The great majority of the members of the Univ. 
belong to the Colleges, and all who belong to the various Colleges are at the 
same time members of the Univ. Teaching is given partly by Univ. Profs., 
Readers, Lecturers, and Demonstrators, partly by the more numerous body 
of College Tutors and Lectrs. 

FACULTIES. TheoL, Law, Med., Literas Humaniores, Mod. Hist., Engl. 
Lang, and Lit., Med. and Mod. Langs., Oriental Langs., Phys. Sciences (includ- 
ing Maths.), Biol. Sciences, Social Studies. There are Boards of Studies for 
Music and Geography. 

ADMISSION. See App. XXII. 



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PERMISSION TO ATTEND LECTURES given by Professors and University 
Readers, and University Lecturers in English Language and Literature, can be 
obtained by persons who are not members of the Univ. on payment of a fee of 
3 a term, at the office of the University Chest, Clarendon Building, Broad Street. 

Lectures and classes in Mod. For. Langs, may be attended by external 
students on payment of fees varying from 153. to ics. for one hour a week. 
Application should be made to the Clerk to the Curators, Taylor Institution. 

THE ADVISER OF OVERSEAS STUDENTS (H. S. Williamson, MA., Indian 
Institute) will advise applicants from the Dominions and Colonies and foreign 
countries (other than Rhodes Scholars). 

The Secretary to the Delegacy for Oriental Students (H. S. Williamson, 
M.A., Indian Institute) will advise Indian and other Oriental Students, who 
should apply for admission through him, but they are recommended to consult 
the Secy, of the Advisory Committee of their own Province in the first instance. 
See also p. 584. 

INCORPORATION. Members of the Univs. of Cambridge and Dublin can be, 
under certain conditions, " incorporated " into this Univ., i,e., admitted to 
the status and degree held in their own Univ. Notice of intention to incor- 
porate as an undergraduate must be sent to the Registrar through the Head of 
a Coll., Hall, or Society. The privileges of incorporation as a graduate are 
limited to B.A., M.A., Litt.D., B.D., D.D , and D.Sc. of those Univs., LL.B., 
LL.D., Ph.D. of Cambridge, and Litt.D. of Dublin. Graduates in Law of 
Cambridge shall when incorporated become B.C.L. or D.C.L., and Litt.D.'s of 
Dublin shall become D.Litt. of Oxford. Any applicant for incorporation must 
have kept by residence at his Univ. before taking his degree the same number 
of terms that he would have been required to keep at Oxford for the corre- 
sponding degree. While an undergraduate is allowed to incorporate as a 
matter of course, a graduate must first satisfy the Hebdomadal Council that 
there are adequate reasons. 

In 1910 a Delegacy for WOMEN STUDENTS was constituted, and provision 
made for recognition by the Univ. of Societies for their reception for academical 
study, students on the books of such Recognized Societies being accorded a 
privileged status. Under the provisions of a Statute approved by Convocation 
on May n, 1920, which came into force on Oct. 7, 1920, women may be matricu- 
lated and admitted to degrees in the Univ. Previous to matricn. a woman 
must have been admitted as a member of one of the 5 Societies of Women 
Students. A woman may be admitted to Responsions before matricn. provided 
her name is sent in to the Asst. Registrar by the Head or a Tutor of a Soc. 
to which she bona fide desires admission. Women members of the Univ. are 
admitted to all degrees (except B.D. and D.D.) under the same conditions as 
those prescnbed for men as regards standing, examns., course of study, exer- 
cises, and fees, and under analogous conditions as regards residence. A 
Women Students* Property Committee administers all property vested in the 
Univ. for the benefit of women members of the Univ. generally, and in particular 
the Nettleship Library and Bertha Johnson Loan Fund. The Delegacy for 
Women Students has been abolished. 

The number of resident undergraduate members of the Society of Home- 
Students (who keep statutable residence in houses approved by the Delegates 
for Lodgings) is limited at present to 220, exclusive of "Advanced students," 
and of an additional number not exceeding 5 in any term as may for exceptional 
reasons be given permission to reside. Preference is given to those applicants 
for admission to the Society whose homes are in Oxford. 

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Students are also limited by Statute to 1 60 in the cases of Lady Margaret Hall 
and St. Hugh's Coll., and to 150 in the cases of SomerviUe Coll. and St. Hilda's 
Coll. 

ADMISSION TO PRIVILEGED STANDING : " JUNIOR " AND " SENIOR " 
STUDENTS. See Appendix XXII. 

TERMS. Tue Academical year, which begins in Oct. and ends in July, 
consists of 3 terms, Michaelmas, Hilary, and Trinity, beginning, respect- 
ively, on Oct. i, Jan. 10, and the Wednesday after Easter Day, and ending 
Dec. 17, the day before Palm Sunday, and the Saturday after the first 
Tuesday in July. Residence within the walls of a College or Hall, or in 
licensed lodgings,* during a certain number of terms, usually 9, and never 
less than 6, is a condition of admission to any degree. Full terms begin 
Oct. 9, 1932, Jan. 15 and April 23, 1933, and end Dec. 3, 1932, March n and 
June 17, 1933- 

DEGREES. B A , M.A., B.Litt., D.Litt. ; B.Sc., DSc.; D.PhiL; B.D, 
D.D. ; B.C.L., D C.L. ; B.M., B.Ch., M.Ch., D.M. ; B.Mus., D.Mus. 

The degrees which are open to graduate students of other Univs. who are 
qualified for matricn. at Oxford are those of B.A., B.Litt., B.Sc., D.Phil., 
B.C.L., and B.D. 

ARTS. Examns. in Arts, more usually called " Schools," are sharply 
divided into Pass and Honour examns. ; in the former there is but one standard, 
in the latter successful candidates are distributed into 3 or 4 classes. No one 
is admitted to a place in the Class Lists who has exceeded a certain number 
of terms reckoned from Matricn. No conditions of residence are attached by 
the Univ. to either Pass or Honour examns. ; it is simply for the attainment 
of the degree of B.A. that residence is obligatory. Every Coll., Hall, and 
Society, however, has its own rules with regard to both residence and the entry 
for examns. A candidate for the degree of B.A. must (i) reside at the Univ. 
as a matriculated member during 9 terms, unless he is privileged as a member 
of another Univ. or as a " Service " Student ; (2) pass or obtain Honours in the 
following examns., namely : 

(a) Responsions. This is the Entrance Examination to the University. 
It must be passed, or some examn. accepted as equivalent to it, before matricula- 
tion. Names of candidates must be entered through an officer of the Society 
to which they intend to belong. See Appendix XXII. 

(6) The ist Public Examn. This consists of (i) Honour Classical Modera- 
tions, (2) Hon. Math. Modns , (3) Pass Modns., (4) Law Modns., (5) Prelim. 
N.Sc., (6) Prelim Agr. and Geog , and (7) Prelim. Forestry. In order to pass 
the Examn. a candidate must pass in (i) and in one of the other subjects. 

(c) The 2nd Public Examn. This consists of (a) a Pass School and (6) an 
Honour School, (a) contains a large variety of subjects, and candidates 
taking it are required to pass in 3 of these, of which one must be a language- 
subject other than English. There is also a homogeneous course in either 
Agriculture or Forestry. (6) includes the following, a class in any one of which 
is sufficient : Literae Humaniores (Philos. and Ancient Hist.) ; Maths. ; Nat. 
Science (Phys., Chem., Physiol., ZooL, Bot., Geol., Astron., or Engin.) ; Jurispr. ; 
Mod. Hist. ; Theol. ; Oriental Studies (Sanskrit, Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, 
or Egyptian) ; Engl. Lang, and Lit. ; Mod. Langs. (French, Ger., Ital., Span., 
Russ., or MedisBval and Mod. Greek) ; Philos., Politics, and Econ. ; Geog. 

Under certain conditions members of other Univs. and officers not under 
21 years of age who have held for not less than 3 years a Commission in H.M. 

* In special circumstances leave to reside in a house which has not been 
licensed may sometimes be obtained. 

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Regular Forces, and been seconded or specially relieved from active duty by 
the Admiralty, War Office, Air Ministry, or India Office for the purpose of 
attending an academic course of not less than 2 yrs., may be admitted to the 
status of " Service Student," and obtain exemption from Responsions and, 
under further conditions, from the ist Public examn., as well as a remission 
of 3 terms of the necessary residence (v. App. XXII.). Analogous concessions 
are made in favour of Probationers for Forest Services in the British Empire 
who have obtained an approved degree at an approved Univ. and been admitted 
to the status of " Imperial Forest Service Student." Natives of Asia, Egypt, 
or the Sudan, born of non-European parents, can apply for permission to offer 
a substitute for Latin or Greek in Responsions. 

ADVANCED STUDY AND RESEARCH. The DEGREES B.LITT. AND B.Sc., 
instituted in 1895 in order to encourage special study and research, are granted 
upon the satisfactory completion of an approved course of special study or 
research pursued under supervision and for the most part at Oxford. Applica- 
tion to enter upon such a course may be made by any person who produces 
sufficient evidence of his ability and (i) is a member of the Univ. who has passed 
the examns. for the degree of B.A., or (2) has taken an approved degree at an 
approved Univ., or (for the B.Litt), not being a member of the Univ. of Oxford, 
(3) has obtained an Oxford diploma with distinction, or is held by the Board 
of the Faculty to be fully qualified to engage in research. Applications must 
in all cases be made to the Secy, of Faculties through an officer of the Society 
to which the candidate belongs or desires to belong. Residence as a member of 
the Univ. for 6 terms is a necessary condition for either degree. A candidate 
for the B.Litt. must first undergo a course of training in research methods and 
then do a special piece of research work and write a thesis, and may be required 
to pass a written examn. For the B.Sc., which is confined to the faculties of 
science and medicine, no probationary period is prescribed. 

Of a similar nature but of a much higher standard is the degree of DOCTOR 
OF PHILOSOPHY instituted in 1918 (v. p. 14). 

To a student who, having carried out his research for a period of not less than 
3 terms, has completed a course of study or research for the B.Litt. or B.Sc. and 
embodied the results in a dissertation, or has pursued during such residence 
a course of study or research under the direction of the COMMITTEE FOR 
ADVANCED STUDIES, a Certificate may be granted by the Board of the Faculty 
or Board of Studies concerned or by the Committee for Advanced Studies, 
as the case may be. 

The higher degrees, D.LITT. AND D.Sc , instituted in 1900, are awarded for 
published work of sufficient merit. 

THEOLOGY. The B.D. degree is open to candidates of over 26 yrs. of age 
who have passed a Qualifying examn. in Christian Theology, pursued a course 
of study therein extending over 6 terms, resided for 6 terms, and submitted a 
thesis of sufficient merit in some branch of the subject. No candidate may 
present a thesis until he has passed the Qualifying examn., which is open to 
Oxford M.A.'s, to persons who have, not less than 5 terms previously, passed 
all examns. for the Oxford B.A., and, under certain conditions, graduates of 
other univs. First-class hons. in School of TheoL exempts from this examn. 

The degree of D.D. is open to those who have been admitted to the degree 
of B.D. subject to certain conditions of standing, provided they have sub- 
mitted a thesis, or published work, of sufficient merit in some branch of Christian 
Theology. 

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Univ. or (2) under certain conditions (including residence for 6 terms) to 
graduates in Arts, Philos., Science, or Law of other Univs. The subjects are 
Jurispr., Roman, Engl., Roman-Dutch, and Internat. Law. 

MEDICINE. The B.M. degree is open only to B.A.'s of the Univ. who have 
passed certain examns. in Med. and Nat. Science. The total period of study 
for the degree (including the scientific subjects studied in the Arts course) ib 
generally about 7 or 8 years, of which two or three are usually spent in London 
in preparation for the more strictly professional subjects of the 2nd B.M. 
examn. The M.Ch. degree is open to candidates who have passed all the 
examns. for the B.M. and B.Ch., and either are members of the Surgical staff 
of a recognized hospital or have acted hi such a hospital as Dresser or House 
Surgeon for 6 mos A candidate for the D.M. must be a B.M., and have entered 
on the soth term from matricn. and had his name on the books of some Coll. 
or Hall or Society for 20 terms. 

Affiliated Colonial or Indian Senior Students may be exempted from the 
preliminary examn. in Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, and Botany, in considera- 
tion of equivalent examns. passed at then- previous Universities. 

Music. The degree of B.Mus. is open to candidates who either (a) have been 
admitted to the degree of B.A. or (6) have (i) passed Responsions or an equiva- 
lent Examn., (2) pursued at the Univ. a course of musical study extending over 
at least 2 years. All candidates must also pass 2 examns. in Music (and com- 
pose a Musical Exercise) under conditions laid down by Statute. Residence 
for 6 terms is required, and the examn. may be completed in 6 terms as in the 
case of the Degrees of B.Litt. and B.Sc. A B.Mus. may qualify for the degree 
of D.Mus. by submitting a musical composition for approval and passing a 
further examn. in Music, but cannot submit a composition until the gth term 
after his admission, to the Baccalaureate. 

DIPLOMAS. Most of these are open to persons who are not members of the 
Univ. Minimum courses and addresses of Secretaries from whom particulars 
can be obtained : 

Geography, i yr., The Director, School of Geog., Mansfield Rd. 

Education, i yr. (or Vacation course, v. ^nfra) t Director of Training, 
15 Norham Gardens. 

Economics and Political Science, Asst. Registrar. 

Anthropology, r yr., The Secy., Committee for A., University Museum. 

Forestry, i year, The Professor of R, School of F. Open to graduates of 
Oxford or other Univs. 

Rural Economy, i yr., The Professor of R.E., School of R.E. 

Classical Archaeology, i yr., Secy to Committee on C.A., Ashmolean 
Museum. 

Theology, i yr., Secy, of Faculties. 

Comparative Philology, i yr., The Prof, of C.P., Worcester Coll. 

Mediaeval and Modern Art, Secy., Committee for the Fine Arts, Ashmolean 
Museum. 

Open to Registered Medical Practitioners and to approved Bachelors and 
Doctors of Med. of Univs. outside the U.K. : Ophthalmology, Dean of the 
Medical School, University Museum. 

Certificates : Surveying or General and Regional Geog., 2 terms, Director, 
School of Geog. ; Physical or Cultural Anthropology, 3 months, The Secy., 
Committee for A., University Museum ; French or German ; Training for 
Social Work, The Secy., Social Training Committee, Barnett House. 

The following have been approved as Societies for higher study at Oxford, 
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Diploma students although they are not members of the Univ. : Ruskin College, 
Catholic Workers' College. 

COMMISSIONS IN H.M. FORCES, v. Appendix I. Candidates must have 
resided for 3 yrs. at the Univ., be over 21 and under 24, be of pure European 
descent and a British subject, be unmarried, and be in possession of a degree. 
(a) An Honours degree second class entitles the holder to have his name sub- 
mitted to the War Office for a scholarship, on gaining a commission, of 50 for 
5 yrs. (b) An antedate of seniority is given of 18 months on joining. Office 
of the Secy, to the Delegacy for Military Instruction-H.Q.O T.C., Manor Road. 

AVIATION. Membership of the University Air Squadron is granted by 
selection to members of the University after interview by a Selection Com- 
mittee. All candidates must obtain parental and College permission to join, 
and must be up to the full medical standard of the Royal Air Force. There 
are no fees for entrance, medical examination, or flying instruction, but a small 
annual subscription is imposed for Club purposes. Every member undertakes 
to obtain the Squadron Certificate of Proficiency by the end of his second year 
in the Squadron. This involves passing an examn. in four ground subjects, 
and it qualifies the holder to fly solo in term tune. The Squadron is limited to 
75 members, and in consequence there is great competition for membership. 
Students from overseas are advised to bring parental consent to join the 
Squadron with them before they sail for England. 

INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE. Studies of selected candidates are superintended 
by a Delegacy. 

The Department for the TRAINING OF TEACHERS (address 15 Norham 
Gardens), established in 1919, is under the general direction of a Delegacy. 
For staff, see under Education. For the Univ. Dipl. in Educn. there is a i yr. 
post-grad, course, theoretical and practical. Undergraduates are admissible 
on certain conditions. One or, under certain conditions, two terms may be 
spent in practical work at a secondary school or, by special permission, abroad 
at an approved European Univ. Students are also accepted for a 4 yrs.' course 
(v. Appendix XIX.). 

A vacation course of 4 weeks (fee 7 : zos.) is held from time to time in Aug. 
It will be held in 1934, and is open without restriction to men and women. 
Students of this course who are graduates and who are teachers with 7 yrs.* 
expenence may obtain the Univ. Diploma without farther residence. 

SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS. College Entrance scholarships are very 
numerous and valuable. The Univ. scholarships and fellowships are usually 
open only to members of specified standing. Of those open to graduates, 16, 
of the aggregate value of 1130 p.a., are for Engl., Greek, and Latin ; i (100) 
is for Ment. and Mor. Philos. ; 2 (80) for Maths. ; 8 (1340) for Med. and 
Nat. Science ; 4 (440) for Law ; 3 (300) for Theol. ; 13 (760) for Oriental 
Studies. The Univ. offers a number of Research Scholarships and Studentships, 
e.g. a Biological scholarship (annually, 200 for i yr.) tenable at the Zoological 
Institute, Naples ; the George Webb Medley Scholarships (2 annually, 80 to * 
300 p.a. for 2 yrs., renewable for not more than 3 yrs.), for Economics and 
Polit. Sci. ; the Scott Scholarships (2 annually, c. 95 for 2 yrs.), " for the 
furtherance of physical science " ; the Beit Senior Research Scholarship (on 
terms decided by the Bd. of Management of the Beit Fund, up to 250 in any 
yr.), for Colonial History ; the Henry Francis Pelham Studentship (annually, 
100 or less for i yr.), tenable at the British School of Archaeology at Rome ; a 
Research Studentship (occasionally for i yr.), for Greek Lit. ; the Bryce 
Research Studentship (annually, 240 for i yr.), for History. 

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Scholarship, for classical scholarship (incL palaeography and philos.}, offered 
annually (200-^300 for 2 yrs , of which at least 8 mos. must be spent abroad; 3 
the Heath Harrison Travelling Scholarships (13 annually, 75 usually for i yr.) 
for study of a modern lang. abroad ; the Zaharoff Travelling Scholarships (i 
or more annually, 150 for i yr.), for promotion of French studies ; the d< 
Osma Studentship (annually, the net income from 21 10 odd Funding 4 per cent 
Stock), for not less than 6 weeks' study at the Institute de Valencia de Dor 
Juan, Madrid ; the George Herbert Hunt Travelling Scholarship (every othei 
yr., c. 100), for Medicine. 

The Colls, have power to elect persons distinguished in Science or Litera 
ture to Senior Research Fellowships on condition of prosecuting some definite 
work ; they have also power to elect from time to time Junior Researcl: 
Fellows for limited periods, usually after examn. 

The General Board of Faculties has power to award studentships fo 
advanced study and research , and there are certain funds, such as the Graver 
and Ireland, from which grants for the furtherance of particular studies ma} 
be made. 

For post-graduate Scholarships and Fellowships open to non-members o 
the University, see App. XXIII. 

The Rhodes Scholarships were founded in 1902 under the wiU of the late 
Cecil John Rhodes. The value of each is 400 a year, tenable at Oxford foi 
3 years, subject to approval from year to year by his College of the Scholar's 
progress and conduct. The conditions of the competition in each country 01 
community are fixed from time to time by the Trustees. 

In his will. Mr. Rhodes expressed the wish that " in the election of a studenl 
to a Scholarship, regard shall be had to (i) his literary and scholastic attain- 
ments ; (2) his fondness for and success in manly outdoor sports, such as cricket, 
football, and the like ; (3) his qualities of manhood, truth, courage, devotior 
to duty, sympathy for and protection of the weak, kindliness, unselfishness 
and fellowship ; and (4) his exhibition during school-days of moral force oJ 
character, and of instincts to lead and to take an interest in his school- 
mates " 

The Dominions and Colonies. An annual Scholarship is assigned to each 
Province* of the Dominion of Canada ; to each State of the Australian Common- 
wealth ; to the Dominion of New Zealand (2) ; in South Africa to the Province 
of Natal, the Transvaal, the Orange Free State, the Cape Province, the S.A 
College School in Cape Town, the Diocesan College School of Rondebosch, the 
Boys* High School, Stellenbosch, and the St. Andrew's College School at 
Grahamstown, in alternate years to the Eastern Province and the towns oi 
Kimberley and Port Elizabeth, and not more than three annually to Rhodesia 
The Colonies of Jamaica, Newfoundland, and Bermuda have each an annua 
Scholarship. A single Scholarship was for the first time allotted to the Islanc 
of Malta in 1921, and is awarded once in 3 years. 

In founding these Scholarships, Mr. Rhodes stated that he did so because 
he believed that the education of young Colonists at one of our residentia 
universities will " broaden their view," " instruct them in life and manners,* 1 
and " instil into their minds the advantage to the Colonies as well as to the 
United Kingdom of the retention of the unity of the Empire." 

United States of America. 4 Scholarships are assigned annually to each od 
8 regions, of 6 States each, which are awarded among candidates sent forward 
from each State in the region. The reason given by Mr. Rhodes for founding 
the American Scholarships is his " desire to encourage and foster an appreciation 

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of the advantages which I implicitly believe will result from the union of the 
English-speaking people throughout the world, and to encourage m the students 
from the U.S. . . . an attachment to the country from which they have sprung, 
but without I hope withdrawing them or their sympathies from the land of their 
adoption and birth." The American Oxonian, the official magazine of the 
Alumni Assocn. of American Rhodes Scholars, is published quarterly by George 
E. Barnes, 6376 City Line Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Germany. Two annual German Rhodes Scholarships of 350 a year each 
are tenable at Oxford for 2 years The reason given by Mr. Rhodes for founding 
the German Scholarships is " that an understanding between the three great 
powers will render war impossible and educational relations make the strongest 
tie." 

Number actually in residence, 1931-1932 (whole or part), 196 (103 from the 
Brit. Empire, 89 from the U.S.A., 4 from Germany) Studying Law, 48 ; Nat. 
Sc. and Mod., 42 ; History, 23 ; Econs (Dipl., etc ), 8 ; Lit. Hum., 8 ; Engl., 
21 ; Maths., 7 ; Phil. Pol. and Econs , 29 ; Mod. Langs., 7 ; other subjects, 3. 

Professions followed by Rhodes Scholars since leaving Oxford. Education, 
490 ; Law, 359 ; Business, Industry, and Mining, 186 ; Govt. Service, 90 ; 
Medicine, 120 ; Ministry and Social Work, 48 ; Journalism and Publication, 
43 ; Engineering, 34 ; Farming, 23 ; Forestry, 16 ; Army, Navy, or Air 
Service, 9 ; Miscellaneous and further Academic Studies, 54 ; not yet settled, 

General. Provision is now made under the Trust for the continuous resi- 
dence at Oxford of between 190 and 200 scholars. Candidates must be 
between 19 and 25 years of age and unmarried. They must be citizens of the 
country from which they come usually with 5 years' domicile ; and must 
have at least 2 years' standing at a regular degree-granting College or Univ., 
except in a few small communities which have no such institution. Detailed 
information for each country may be obtained from the offices of the Trust, 
Seymour House, Waterloo Place, London, S.W.i. 

The most useful book dealing with the subject is Oxford of To-day, a manual 
for prospective Rhodes Scholars, Oxford Univ. Press, 1922 ; 2nd edition, 1927. 

Secretary to the Rhodes Trustees The Marquess of Lothian, C.H., Seymour 
House, Waterloo Place, London, S.W.i. Local Secretaries: Oxford Sec. 
to the Rhodes Trustees and Warden of Rhodes House, C. K. Allen, D.C.L., 
Rhodes House, Oxford; U.S.A. President Frank Aydelotte, Swarthmore 
College, Swarthmore, Pa.; Canada]. M. Macdonnell, 20 King St. East, 
Toronto; Australia J. C. V. Behan, Warden's Lodge, Trinity College, 
Carlton, N.3, Victoria ; S. Afnca P. T. Lewis, Temple Chambers, Wale St., 
Cape Town. 

The Rhodes Travelling Fellowships, founded in 1926, are to enable resident 
Fellows, Tutors, or Lecturers of either sex at Oxford to travel, study, or under- 
take research in the British Commonwealth and the United States, and 
especially in those territories from which Rhodes Scholars are derived. A 
candidate must have spent at least 5 years as a resident Fellow in Oxford, and 
will be expected to return to Oxford when his Fellowship expires and resume 
his teaching there. The value of the Fellowship is 100 a month for from 
6 to 12 months. 

THE APPOINTMENTS COMMITTEE deals with appointments of all kinds. It 
has through its Consultative Committee reps, in every Coll. Sec. : C. E. D. 
Peters. Ednl. Sec., E. A. GresweU, 36 Beaumont St. Telegrams Appoint- 
ments, Oxford. 

WOMEN'S APPOINTMENTS COMMITTEE. Apply to Mrs. A. L. Poole, St. 
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THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY, founded by Sir Thomas Bodley in 1602, which is 
also the general library of the Univ., contains over 1,400,000 vols. (represent- 
ing more than 2,800,000 separate literary pieces) and 40,000 MSS. Persons, 
other than graduates of the Univ., are admitted on presenting a recommenda- 
tion from some one in a responsible position in Oxford or elsewhere, knowing the 
applicant personally. The Manual for Readers (obtainable from the Librarian) 
contains full information about the contents and catalogues of the Library. 
The chief books relating to it are : Macray, W. D., Annals (Clar. Press, 1890, 
255.) ; Clark, A., Guide for Visitors (Clar. Press, 1906, is. 6d.) ; Gibson, S., 
Some Oxford Libraries (Clar. Press, 1914, 2s. 6d.) ; Madan, F., The Bodleian 
Library (London, Duckworth, 1919, 25. 6d.) ; The Bodleian Quarterly Record 
from 1914 (is. quarterly, obtainable from the Libn.). 

There are the following departmental libraries of the Bodleian : 

The Law Library (law of English-speaking countries), and the 

Maitland Library (social and legal history), at the Examination Schools. 

The Radckffe Science Library at the Univ. Museum, 84,000 vols., consist- 
ing largely of books and periodicals on Maths., Nat. Sci., and Med., and of the 
Tylor Anthropological collection. 

The Indian Institute Library, devoted to Oriental studies. There is also in 
the Indian Institute a museum illustrating Indian antiquities and Indian life. 

Rhodes House Library (history, etc., of the British Empire and the U.S.A.). 

THE TAYLORIAN LIBRARY (Modern Languages and Literature), 120,000 vols., 
comprises the chief philological, literary, and historical works of the principal 
European languages and nearly all respective Reviews, Literary periodicals, 
etc., of Continental Societies of importance. 

COLLEGE LIBRARIES. Modern History and Law, at All Souls (The Codring- 
ton Library) ; Political Economy and Science, also at All Souls (The Brand 
Library). Other important collections include Russian and Slavonic books, 
at Queen's ; History and Literature MSS. of i7th cent., at Worcester; Music 
and Early Scandinavian collections, at Christ Church. The MSS. in the 
College Libraries are described in Coxe's Catalogue, published at the Clarendon 
Press, 1852. 

There are also : the Nettleship Library, i Jowett Walk (Librarian 
Dorothy M. Bigg) ; the English Library (Examination Schools) (Librarian 
P. Simpson, M.A. Onel) ; a Geographical Library (c. 14,000 vols. excluding 
periodicals) and Maps (r. 17,000) at the School of Geography, Mansfield Rd. 
(Librarian J. N. L. Baker, B.Litt., M.A. Jesus) ; and a Library of Economics 
and Politics at Barnett House. 

MUSEUMS. The University Museum includes collections and laboratories 
with the following depts. : Med. and Public Health, Human Anat., Pathol., 
Pharmacol., Chem. (Dyson Perrins Lab. and Old Chem. Dept.), Geol. and 
Palaeontol., Mineral., Engin. Science, Physics, Physiol., Biochem., Zool. and 
Comparative Anat., Zool. (Lepidoptera collection illustrating mimicry, etc.), 
Experimental Fhilos. 

The Ashmolean Museum (Keeper E. T. Leeds, M.A. Magd.), the earliest 
English museum, formed 1600-1650, contains, in addition to a Library of Art 
and Archaeology, the Parian and other marbles, Egyptian and Oriental, Classi- 
cal, Prehistoric, Anglo-Saxon, and local antiquities, 60,000 coins and medals 
(published catalogue of Mohammedan coins), and a special collection of Draw- 
ings and Engravings by Ruskin. 

The Lewis Evans Collection of Scientific Instruments in the Ashmolean build- 
ing illustrates the history of scientific studies, especially in Oxford, by con- 
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The Pitt-Rivers Museum (Curator H. Balfour, M.A. Exe.) has an anthro- 
pological collection illustrating the evolutionary history of material arts. 

LABORATORIES : Electrical ; Clarendon (chiefly for study and research in 
Heat, Optics, and Acoustics) ; Chemistry, Organic and Inorganic (several 
Colleges have labs of their own, eg Ch Ch. Analyt. Chem. ; Ball 
and Trin Phv*.. Chem : Jes. Inorganic , Queen's) Physiology ; Bio- 
chemistry ; Zoology ; Entomology, with extensive Collections and Library ; 
Botany (Garden with Collections and Library) ; Geology (special equipment 
for study of fossils by serial sections) ; Mineralogy (special facilities for 
research in Crystallography) ; Engineering ; Forestry (expl. plantations and 
forest garden) ; Human Anatomy ; Pathology and Bacteriology ; two Ob- 
servatories. 

THE IMPERIAL FORESTRY INSTITUTE is controlled by a Board of 
Governors representing the Univ. and the Government departments (Colonial 
Office, Forestry Commission, etc.) concerned. It provides post-graduate and 
specialized training, as well as revision courses for forest officers already serving, 
and forms a centre for research in regard to forest production. Practical in- 
struction is provided in various forest centres on the Continent. Address : 
Sec., Imperial Forestry Inst., Oxford. 

THE SCHOOL OF RURAL ECONOMY is the Department of the University re- 
sponsible for teaching in Agriculture. There is an Institute for Research in 
Agricultural Economics and an Institute for Research in Agricultural Engineer- 
ing. There is also an agricultural Advisory Institute responsible for 
advice and research on local problems in Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire. 
There is a farm in connexion with the School and the Institutes for demonstra- 
tion and experimental purposes. The School and the Institutes are mainly 
financed by grants made by the Ministry of Agric. to the Univ. for this purpose. 
(See App. XXIV. A. I. (e), (g).) 

The OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE SCHOOLS EXAMN. BOARD, established 1873, 
examines or inspects and reports on the work of schools which provide educa- 
tion of the highest grade. It also holds yearly exarrins and awards certifi- 
catesHigher, School, and Lower. The two former exempt the holder, under 
certain conditions, from Responsions and the Previous Examination, the 
Matricn. examns. of London, the Northern and other English Univs., and 
the Preliminary examns. of various professional bodies, etc. The Regulations 
of the Board are published by the Ox. and Camb. Univ. Presses (post free 
is. 3d.). Secretaries : at Oxford C. H. Wilkinson, M.A., 40 Broad St. ; at 
Cambridge T. G. Bedford, M.A., 62 Sidney St. 

LOCAL EXAMINATIONS are held in July and Dec. at Oxford and elsewhere. 
Candidates successful in the School Certif. or in the Higher School Certif. 
examn., are on certain conditions exempted from Responsions, the Cambridge 
Previous and various matricn. examns. The regns. may be obtained from 
the Secy of Local Examns., Merton St. All the examns. are open to persons 
of both sexes. 

EXTRA-MURAL STUDIES. There is a Department for the non-vocational 
education of adult persons beyond the limits of the Univ. The Delegacy for 
Extra-mural studies may recommend the admission of adult students to the 
Univ. without the necessity of passing Responsions. The Delegacy controlling 
the Dept. has three Committees, one for Univ. Extension Lectures, one for 
Univ. Tutorial Classes, and one for promoting adult education in Oxon, Berks, 
and Bucks. 

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in 1878. Up to the end of the session 1931-32 the number of persons attend- 
ing courses was over 701,000, and the number ot students examined 30,896 ; 
26 summer meetings had been held. Reading University partly owes its 
origin to extension work. The following certifs. are issued under the sanction 
of the Delegacy : Terminal, on courses of 10 or 12 lectures ; Sessional, on 24; 
Sessional in Honours, implying distinction and a special essay. Further 
information can be obtained from the Secy, to the Delegates for Extra-mural 
Studies, Rewley House, Wellington Square, Oxford (Rev. F. E. Hutchinson, 
M.A.). 

Tutorial Classes are held in working-class districts under the supervision 
of the Tutorial Classes Committee. Students pledge themselves to a 3 yrs.* 
course. The classes meet once a week for z hrs. from Sept. to April, and each 
student writes an essay about once a fortnight. The Organizing Secy, is E. S. 
Cartwright, M.A., Rewley House, Wellington Square, Oxford. 

Oxon, Berks, and Bucks Committee, formed in 1924 for promoting adult edn. 
in the villages and small towns of those three counties. In the session 1931-32 
there were 66 courses held in 56 centres. 

The Oxford Summer Meeting is held biennially, and will take place in August 
1933. The main subject of study will be " The Age of the French Revolution 
and the Romantic Movement." 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar (Nov.), 125. 6d. net (includes Honours of each 
year from 1921. Earlier Honours given in Historical Register, 1900, 
i os. 6d. net, and its Supplement, 1900-1920, 125. 6d. net, giving, in addition 
to class lists and Hon. lists, information regarding constitution, university 
scholarships, offices and then- incumbents, etc.). Respansions Pamphlet (June) , 
6d. (Regns. for 1932-34 with dates of examns. and general information) ; 
General Information (admission, residence, entrance scholarships, examns. 
for B.A., etc.), 7d. post free ; Fellowships, Studentships, Scholarships, Ex- 
hibitions, and Prizes open to Undergraduate and Graduate Members of the 
University, is. net ; Statutes and Decrees (Oct.), 55. net ; Examn. Statutes 
(July), 35. 6d. net ; Pamphlet on Advanced Study and Research (Research 
Degrees, subjects of study, Libraries and Collections, Scientific Departments 
and Staffs), is. net ; Handbook to the Univ. of Oxford, 1932, 55. net ; Pocket 
Diary for academic year (Oct.), 2S. 6d. net and 35. 6d. net ; Resident Members, 
with their addresses, 2s. 6d. net (term) ; Decennial Report, 1914-23, on work 
of Oxford and Cambridge Schools Examn. Board, 6d. ; Enactments in Parlia- 
ment concerning Ox. and Camb., Winchester, Eton, and Westmr., 2 gs. Oxford 
Univ. Roll of Service, 1920, with names (14,561) and records of members of 
the Univ. who served in the Mily. and Naval Forces during the War, 153. net. 
Oxford of To-day, a Manual for Prospective Rhodes Scholars, ed. L. A. Crosby, 
F. Aydelotte, and A. C. Valentine, 1923, los. net. All the above are obtain- 
able from the Oxford Univ. Press and its branches, as is likewise the official 
University Gazette (annual subscription, IDS. 6d. post free). Unofficial 
periodicals : Oxford Magazine (during term), 6d. ; Isis (during term), 6d. ; 
Cherwell (during term), 6d.; Fritillary (during term), 6d. Among other 
sources of information regarding the University the following may be cited : 
Wood (A.), Hist, of the Univ. of Oxford, 3 vols., 1792-96 ; Wood (A.), Athena 
Oxon. (with Fasti), ed. by P. Bliss, 4 vols., 1813-20 ; Maxwell-Lyte (H. C.), 
Hist, of the Univ. of Oxford to JTJJO, 1886 ; Foster (J.), Alumni Oxen., 1500- 
1886, 8 vols., 1887-92 ; The Colleges of Oxford, ed. by A. Clark, 1891 ; College 
Histories, published by F. E. Robinson & Co. ; Wells (J.), Oxford Degree Cere- 
mony, 1906 (2S. 6d. net) ; Headlam (C.), The Story of Oxford, 1907 (7s. 6d. 
net) ; Mallet (Sir C.), Hist, of the Univ. of Oxford, 2 vols., 1924 (2 : 2S. net) ; 
Barnard (F. P.) and Shepard (T.), Arms and Blaxons of the Colleges of Oxford 



234 ENGLAND 

(3s. 6d. net) ; Fletcher (C. R. L.), Handy Guide to Oxford (is. net) ; The Govern- 
ment of Oxford, 1931 (35. 6d. net). 

EXPENSES. "It is not possible to make any general estimate of the cost 
of a University course, which varies at different colleges, and depends upon 
the student's own means and tastes. It must suffice here to enumerate 
certain items common to all undergraduates, and to recommend persons 
anxious for further details to consult the authorities of the Society which 
they wish to join. . . . The total cost of living in college might perhaps be 
estimated at from 70 to 80 a term for a man who exercises reasonable care in 
his expenditure. At Keble College there is a fixed annual charge (at present 
150), covering tuition, the rent of furnished rooms, board, and service. The 
necessary expenses of a student of St. Catherine's Society have been estimated 
at from go-ioo per annum, inclusive of board, lodging, fees, and subscnption. 
At the residential Societies for Women Students an inclusive terminal fee is 
charged. This is about 50 a term, but vanes slightly at the different Societies." 
Extract from General Information pamphlet mentioned in preceding para- 
graph. The items specified are : (i) Annual : Univ. dues, 4 : ios. ; College 
tuition fee, 24 to 31 : los. ; room rent, 15 to 18 ; hire of furniture, 6 ; 
College clubs, 6 ; rates and taxes on the rooms occupied, College dues and 
establishment charges and servants' wages, kitchen and buttery bills, fuel, 
laundry, lighting, etc. (amounts not separately estimated). (2) Initial: 
matricn., 5 ; College admission fee (usually 5) ; College caution-money, 10 
to 30 (returned when name is removed from the books, and often in part on 
taking a degree). (3) Occasional : examn. fees, about 9 for B.A. (exclusive of 
Responsions, 3) ; degree fees (B.A., BXitt., or B.Sc., 7 : ios.). 

What has been stated above regarding the difficulty of estimating expenses 
at Oxford applies equally to Cambridge. The Student's Handbook to Cam- 
bridge, 1924-25 (Cambridge University Press, 75. 6d.), deals with the subject 
of expenses very fully, and concludes with the following remarks : " The 
total annual expenditure of a student, exclusive of initial, occasional, and 
additional expenses, may be fairly estimated at about 235, although on the 
one hand it is possible by great care to live upon less, and on the other hand 
a larger expenditure will often enable the student to obtain greater advantages 
from a University career. ... It is of the utmost importance that the fore- 
going estimates should not be taken for more than they are worth. . . . The 
only safe guide to a student's expenditure is information supplied by the 
college itself at which he decides to enter." The detailed statements on 
which the above estimate of annual expenditure is based include " guesses " 
as to personal expenses which the Oxford estimate leaves out of account. 
The items are : Univ. fees (capitation tax), 5 : 55. ; College fees, 54 (tuition, 
24 to 30 ; establishment charge, 18 to 21 ; College dues, 4 to 10) ; 
board and lodging, 110 (rooms and service, 21 to 50 ; food expenses, 
38 to 87 ; fuel, 5 to 7 ; laundry, 4 : ios. to 9) ; personal expenses, 67 
(books, travelling, tradesmen including tailor, etc., clubs, and societies). 
The excluded initial expenses are caution-money, College admission fee (2 
to 5), matricn. 5, furniture, linen, china, etc., and (2 to 4 : ios.) cap, 
gown, and surplice. The "occasional" fees are for examns. 8 (medical, 
16 : 8s.), and degree fees, 5. The " additional " expenses (which may be 
heavy, especially if much private tuition has to be allowed for) are additional 
lecture and laboratory fees, long vacation expenses, and private tuition. * 

RECENT CHANGES IN STATUTES 

Under the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act 1923, which set up 
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and for the Colleges. These Statutes were laid before Parliament and received 
the approval of the King in Council. A summary of the most noteworthy 
changes embodied in them, prepared by Sir Henry Sharp, K.C.I.E., the Secre- 
tary to the Commission, will be found in the Yearbook for 1929, pp. 221 and 
222. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. The Rockefeller Foundation offered three-fifths of the 
estimated cost of extending the Bodleian Library, viz. 944,300, on condition 
that the Univ. provides the remainder, amounting to 377,720, by the end of 
1936. Towards this the Univ. has offered sites valued at 79,000 ; the Colls, 
have guaranteed 48,000 ; the Trustees of the Oxford Univ. Endowment Fund 
have handed over all their assets, estimated at not less than 48,000, and a 
further 33,980 has been collected from various sources, a total of 219,980. 
A bequest from Sir Arthur Cowley of the residue of his estate, subject to certain 
life interests, for the general purposes of the Bodleian Library, estimated at an 
ultimate sum of 10,000. The proceeds of the sale of the late Mr. Thomas 
Whitcombe Greene's house and collections, for a Prize for classical art and 
archaeol. and for two post-grad, scholarships for advanced research. Mr. 
William Toynbee has offered Dr. Paget Toynbee's house, " Fiveways," to the 
Univ. in accordance with his brothers wishes. Dr. Claridge Druce has be- 
queathed to the Univ. his house and herbarium with a sum of money for upkeep. 
From Prof. J. M. Baldwin, 1000 as capital endowment for the Edward Bagnall 
Poulton Fund. 270 from the Committee of the Curzon Memorial Fund for 
a Curzon Memorial Prize to be awarded every third year for an Essay on some 
aspect of Indian life or History. 

NEW BUILDINGS. The extension of the Taylor Institution completed and 
opened by H.R.H. The Prince of Wales on Nov. 9, 1932. 

LEGISLATION AND GENERAL. An improved system of accountancy has 
been experimentally introduced. The method of elections in Congregation has 
been changed ; signed and witnessed voting papers will, in future, be returned 
to the Univ. Registry instead of being personally handed to the Vice-Chancellor 
in the Convocation House. A new scheme for Agric Education and Research 
has been drafted ; but, owing to the necessary reduction in the grant from the 
Ministry of Agriculture, a considerable part of the new scheme has had to be 
postponed. A satisfactory scheme of adjustment defining the relations of the 
Imperial Forestry Institute with the Univ. has been evolved after negotiations 
with the Colonial Office and other Depts. concerned. A Bureau of Animal 
Population has been experimentally established for research on the ecology 
and population problems of wild animals. 

A Final Honour School in Geography has been created. Certain modifica- 
tions have been introduced in Maths, in Honour Moderations and the examn. 
in Holy Scripture as part of the First Public Examn. has been abolished. 

An Oxford Society open to all members male and female, past and present 
of the Univ. has been established. A provident Assn. has been established 
for the benefit of students, subscribing membership being limited to members 
of the Univ. under the age of 30, studying and resident in Oxford. Annual 
premium 3 and benefits include contributions towards med. and surg. fees, 
towards cost of maintenance in nursing-homes or hospitals, and towards 
expense of X-ray examns. and certain special kinds of treatment. An experi- 
mental organization, under the supervision of the Univ. Appointments Com- 
mittee, has been established for the special benefit of women. 

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(London School of Econ.) gave a course of Lectures on Polit. Theory. Prof. 
Gustave Cassel (Univ. of Stockholm) gave the Rhodes Lecture on "The 
Crisis in the World's Monetary System." Mons. Elie Halevy delivered a 
Memorial Lecture on Jeremy Bentham, at Queen's Coll. Mons. Jerome 
Carcopino (of the Sorbonne) lectured on Ce que Rome antique doit a la Gaule. 

HONORARY DEGREES. D.C.L. H.R.H. The Duchess of York ; The Rt. 
Hon. The Earl of Athlone, K.G., G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O , C.B., P.R.C.S. ; 
H.E. Baron E. de Cartier de Marchienne, the Belgian Ambassador ; Sir John 
Arthur Salter, K.C.B., M.A., Hon. Fellow of Brasenose Coll. ; William W. 
Buckland, Regius Prof, of Civil Law at Cambridge ; Edward Robert Peacock. 
D.Litt.-~ George Earl Buckle, M.A., All Souls, LL.D. St. Andrews ; William 
Wyamar Vaughan, M.A., New Coll. ; Prof. Jerome Carcopino, Prof. P. 
Fournier and Prof. Alexandre Moret, of the Univ. of Paris ; G. L. Kittredge, 
A.B., LL.D., Litt.D. (Harvard), Gurney Prof of English Lit. in Harvard Univ. 
D.Sc. Sir E. John Russell, Kt., O.B.E., D.Sc. Lond., F.R S. ; Prof. Willem 
de Sitter (Univ. of Leiden). M.A. Mrs, Helen Mary Allen ; The Rev. E. 
de M. Rudolf, Prebendary of St. Paul's Cathedral ; Edward Ewart Skuce. 
D.D. Alfred Walter Frank Blunt, B.D., M A., Exeter Coll., Bishop of Brad- 
ford ; Dr. Albert Schweitzer. D.Mus. Prof. Edward Joseph Dent, M.A., 
Mus.B. (Camb.), Prof, of Music (Univ. of Cambridge) ; Henry Hope Colles, 
B.Mus., M.A , Worcester Coll. ; Egon Wellesz. 

SPECIAL ANNUAL LECTURES. The Romanes Lecture was delivered by Lord 
Moynihan, K.C.M.G., C.B., P.R.C.S. (subject : " The Advance of Medicine "), 
the Halley Lecture by E. A. Milne, M.A. (subject : " The White Dwarf Stars ") ; 
the Herbert Spencer Lecture by R. A. Fisher, Sc.D. Cambridge (subject: 
" The Social Selection of Human Fertility "). 

DEATHS. The deaths of the following may be mentioned : Dr. Herbert 
Armitage James, President of St. John's Coll. ; Sir Arthur Cowley, Bodley's 
Librarian ; Sir William Somerville, Prof. Emer. and formerly Sibthorpian 
Prof, of Rural Econ. ; Rev. Frederic Henry de Winton, formerly Archdeacon 
of Colombo ; Rev. Frank Edward Brightman ; Mr. Douglas Thring, Estates 
Bursar of Merton Coll. ; Major Arthur Kerr Slessor, Steward of Christ Church ; 
Rt. Rev. Charles Gore, Hon. Fellow of Trinity and of Balliol ; Dr. Francis 
Pierrepont Barnard, Hon. Fellow of Pembroke ; Dr. Paget Jackson Toynbee, 
Hon. Fellow of Balliol ; Sir Horace Curzon Plunkett, Hon. Fellow of Univ. 
Coll. ; John Meade Falkner, Hon. Fellow of Hertford ; Prof. Gerard Baldwin 
Brown, Hon. Fellow of Oriel ; Mr. Charles Prestwich Scott, Hon. Fellow of 
C.C.C. ; Mr. George Eastman, founder of the George Eastman Visiting Pro- 
fessorship ; Dr. George Claridge Druce, Curator of the Fielding Herbarium ; 
Sir Mervyn Macartney, Surveyor to Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's Cathedral. 

RETIREMENTS. Dr. Pember, Warden of All Souls College ; Dr. Poynton, 
Public Orator ; Prof. Griffith (Egyptology) ; Prof. Mitchell (Economics). 

STUDENTS. Full-time, 4771 ; research students, 198 ; preparing for first 
degree, 4298 ; other full-time students, 275. Matriculations, 1566. 

Extra-mural tutorial classes ; 2 preparatory ; 10 three-year ; 13 vacation. 
Total students enrolled, 813. 

University Extension lectures, 252 at various centres, aggregate average 
attendance, 747. Of these courses 5 were in Hist., 5 in Lit., 2 in Music, 2 in 
Econ., and 2 in Nat. Sci. 

DEGREES. B.A., mi ; M.A., 441 ; B.Litt., 21 ; B.Sc., 26 ; D.Sc., 2 ; 
B.C.L., 29 ; B.M., 31 ; D.M., 8 ; M.Ch., o ; B.Mus., 6 ; D.Phil., 19 ; D.D., o ; 
D.Litt., 3 ; D.Mus., o ; B.D., o ; D.C.L., 2. 



UNIVERSITY OF READING 



VISITOR H.M. THE KING. 

CHANCELLOR J. H. BENYON, M.A., Lord-Lieutenant of Berkshire 

VICE-CHANCELLOR T. FRANKLIN SIBLY, LL.D., D.Sc. 

PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL Sir GEORGE R. MOWBRAY, Bart., B.A. 

TREASURER A. P. SHAW. 

REGISTRAR E. SMITH, B.Litt. Ox., M.A., B Sc. Liv. 

DEANS OF FACULTIES. See under " General Information " Faculties. 

LIBRARIAN S. A. PEYTON, Ph.D. 

BURSAR J. S. SIMPSON, B.Sc. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Agriculture, etc., v. infra 
Art (School of Art) 
Seaby, A. W. Prof. 

Lecturers : 
Pearce, C. C., R.B.A. (Design and 

Composition). 

Yates, H. J. (Drawing and Paint- 
ing) - 
Carter, A. C., A.R.B.S. (Modelling 

and Sculpture). 

Ashford, Faith, B.Sc. Lond. (Edu- 
cational Handwork). 
2 Teachers. 
Bio-Chem^stry, v. Agr. 
Botany, v also Agr. 
Matthews, J. R., M.A. Edin., 
F.L.S. Prof. 

Ingold, C. T., M,Sc., Ph.D. Belf. 

Lectr. 

Prankerd, Theodora L., D.Sc. 

Lond., F.L.S. Lectr. 

Chemistry, v. also Agr. [Prof. 

Bassett, H., D.Sc. Lond., Ph.D. 

Mun., D. es Sc. Nancy, F.I.C. 

Dodgson, J. W., B.Sc. Lond., 

A.I.C. Lectr. 

Maxted, D. R., B.Sc. Lond., 

A.R.C.S Lectr. 

Wynne- Jones, W. F. K., B.Sc. Ox., 

B.Sc. Wales Lectr. 



Durrant, R. G., M.A. Ox. 

Hon. Research Fellow. 
Classics 

Ure, P. N., M.A. Camb. Prof. 
Semple, W. H., Ph.D. Camb., M.A. 
Belf. (Latin) Reader. 

Fisher, W. H., M.A. Camb. Lectr. 
Jolliffe, Norah C., M.A. Camb. 

Lectr. 
Ure, Mrs. A. D., B A. Lond. 

Hon. Research Fellow. 

Commerce 

Taylor, H., F.L.A.A. Lectr. 

Coman, Grace Asst. Lectr. 

i Asst. 

Dairying, v. infra 

Domestic Subjects 
Wood, Mrs. E. May 

Lectr. in charge of Dept. 
Henry, D. Mildred Asst. Lectr. 
Priestley, Beatrice A., O.B.E. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Smith, Winifred O. Asst. Lectr. 
i Teacher of Needlework, 
i Sessional Lectr. in Hygiene. 

Economics 

Buer, Mabel C., D.Sc. (Econ.) 
Lond. Lectr. 



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Education [Sen. Lectr. 

Cooke, H. S., M.A. Ox. and Cape 

Lecturers : 
Campbell, Isabella E., M.A., B.Ed. 

Edin. 
Glason, J. A , M.B.E , B A. Lond., 

MA. 
Mitchell, W. F., B.Litt. Ox., M.A. 

Edin. 
Smith, E., B.Litt. Ox., M.A., B.Sc. 

Liv. 

Wolters, A. W. P. (v. Psychology). 
2 Instrs. in Physical Training. 

English Language <$ Lit. [Prof. 
Dewar, R., M.A. Glas. (E. Lit.) 
Morley, Edith J., M.A. Ox. (E. 

Lang.) Prof. 

Dyson, H. V. D., B.Litt., M.A. 

Ox. Lectr. 

Olszewska, Elizabeth S., B.A. 

Leeds Lectr. 

French [Prof. 

Desseignet, J., Ag. de 1'U. Paris 
Gerson, G. H., M.A. Camb. Lectr. 
Paton, Dorothea A. f M.A. Ox. 
Salmon, Yvonne M. A., L. es L. 

Lectr. 

Geography [Lectr. 

Gilbert, E. W., B.Litt., M.A. Ox. 
Miller, A. A., M Sc. Lond. Lectr. 
Morris, W. F., B.A. Lond. 

Sessional Asst. Lectr. 
Geology 

Hawkins, H. L., D Sc. Mane., 

F.G.S. Prof. 

Wager, L. E.., B.A. Camb., B.Sc, 

Lond. Lectr. 

Walder, Phoebe S., B.Sc. Lond. 

and Read. 

Demr. and Museum Asst. 
German [Lectr. 

Matthews, Evelyn, M.A, Wales 

History, Modern [Prof. 

Stenton, F. M., M.A, Ox., F.B.A. 

Childs, W. M., M.A., D.Litt. Ox., 

LL.D. Liv. Hon. Prof. 

Aspinall, A., M.A., Ph D. Mane. 

Lectr. 



Stenton, Mrs. D. M., B.A. Lond. 

Lectr. 
Peyton, S A , Ph D. Asst. Lectr. 

Mathematics 

Neville, E. H., M.A. Camb., B.Sc. 
Lond. Prof. 

Lecturers : 

Ashcroft, Lucy, M A. Dub. 
Broadbent, T. A. A., M.A. Camb. 
Hargreaves, J., M A., Ph.D. Camb. 
Ternouth, Elsie J., M A Glas. 
2 Teachers of Machine Drawing 
and Applied Mechanics. 

Music 

Allen, Sir Hugh P , K.C.V.O., M.A. 
Camb , D.Mus. Ox , Mus.D. 
Camb., D.Litt. Shef. 

Visitor of School. 
Stanton, W. K., M.A., B.Mus. Ox. 
Lectr. in Charge of School. 
13 Teachers. 

Phtlosophv 

de Burgh, W. G., M A. Ox. Prof. 
Hodges, H A , M A., D.Phil. Ox. 
Lectr. 
Physics 

Crowther, J. A., M.A., Sc.D. 

Camb., F.Inst.P. Prof. 

Bond, W. N., M.A. Camb., D.Sc., 

B.Sc. (Eng.) Lond., A.R.C.S., 

F.Inst.P. Lectr. 

Pearson, R. L. Lectr. 

Vedy, L. G., M.A. Camb., B Sc. 

Lond. Lectr. 

Psychology 

Wolters, A. W. P., M.A. Lond. 

(also Lectr. in Educn.) Lectr. 

Oldham, Mrs. H. W., B.Sc. Lond., 

M.A. Sessional Lectr. 

Spanish [Sessional Teacher. 
Edwards, P. C., M.A. Camb. 

Vet. Hygiene, v. Agric. 

Zoology 

Cole, F. J., D.Sc. Ox., F.R.S. Prof. 
Eales, Nellie B , D.Sc Lond. Lectr. 
Stoneman, W. E., M.A. Camb. 

Museum Asst. 



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Agriculture and Horticulture 

Agriculture 

Pennington, S., B.Sc. Edin , 

M.R C.V S (till 29.9 33) Prof. 

Black, D. J. G., B.Sc. (Agric.) 

Edin. Lectr. 

Campbell, K. W. D , B Sc. Durh., 

M.Sc. Lectr. 

Agr. Bacteriology, v. also Dairy B 

Allen, L. A., B.Sc., Ph.D. Lond., 

M.Sc. Lectr. 

Agr. Botany 

Bnerley, W. B., D.Sc. Mane., 

F.L S. Prof. 

Erith, Adela G., B.Sc., Ph.D. 

Loud. Lectr. 

Waldie, J. S. L., B.Sc. Edin. Lectr. 

Robson, W. S., B.Sc. Durh. Demr. 

i Asst. 

Agricultural Chemistry 
Neville, H. A. D., M.A. Camb., 
B.Sc. Lond., F.T.C. Prof. 
Bee, J. W., M.A. Camb. Lectr. 
Nicholson, N. M., B.Sc. Glas., 
A.I.C. 

Lectr. and Advisory Officer. 
Rowland, S. J., B.Sc. (Agric.) 

Lectr. 

Thompson, J., Ph.D. Heid , F.I.C 
Analyst. 
Kay, Frances F , B.Sc. (Hortic.) 

Research Asst. 
Agric. Economics 

Thomas, E., B.Litt Ox., BSc. 
Wales 

Lectr. and Advisory Officer, 
i Asst. 

Animal Physiology 
Peskett, G. L., M.A. Ox. Lectr. 

Bio-Chemistry 

Kay, H.D.,O.B.E.,Ph.D. Camb., 
D.Sc. Mane. Research Prof. 

Building Construct., etc. 
Hitchins, W. W., L.R.I.B.A., 
P.A.S.I. Lectr. 

i Asst. 

Dairying 
Todd, A. Lectr. 



O'Shea, M. J., B.Sc. (Dairying) 
N.U.I. Lectr. 

i Instructor, i Research Asst. 

Dairy Bactenologv 
Mattick, A. T. R., B.Sc., Ph.D. 
Lond. Lectr. 

Maddock, E. C. G., C.I.E., M.D.. 
Ch.B. Edin., D.P.H. Camb., 
D.T.M. Liv. 

Hon. Research Fellow, 
i Adviser and 2 Assts. 

Dairy Chemistry 
Golding, J., F.I.C. 

Research Chemist. 
Assts for Research : 
Davies, W. L., Ph.D. Camb., M.Sc. 

Wales, N.D.A., F.I.C. 
Kon, S. K., Ph.D. Warsaw. 
Mattick, Mrs. E. C. V., M.Sc., 

Ph D. Bris. 
Dairy Husbandry 
Mackintosh, J, O.B.E , N.D.A., 
N.D.D. 

Head of Research Section 

and Lectr. 
i Asst. 

Economic Entomologist 
Hodson, W. E. H., A.R.C.S., D.I.C. 

Economic Mycologist 
Buddin, W., M.A. Camb. 

Horticulture 

Stoughton, R. H., D.Sc. Lond., 
A.R.C S. Prof. 

Cobb, A. J . Senr. Lectr. 

Cook, H. H. Lectr. 

Hole, Doris R., B.Sc. Lond. Lectr. 
i Instructor. 

Machinery [Lectr. 

Passmore, J. B , B.Sc. Lond., M.Sc. 

Veterinary Hygiene 
Male, G. P., M R.C.V.S. Lectr. 

Veterinary Science 
Barron, N S., B.Sc. Lond., 
M.RCV.S 

Vet. Surgeon and Advis- 
ory Officer. 

UniTersity Extension 
Tutors, 4. 



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BRITISH DAIRY INSTITUTE (occupying a building on the University site and 
controlled by a committee representing the British Dairy Farmers' Assocn. 
and the University). Lecturer in Dairying A. Todd. i Instr., i Asst. Instr. 
and Lectr. 

THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH IN DAIRYING, Shinfield, near 
Reading, established by the Ministry of Agric and Fisheries in 1912, forms 
part of the Univ. (Director H. D. Kay, O.B.E., Ph.D.Camb., D Sc. Mane.). It 
is governed by a Board consisting of representatives of the Ministries of Agric. 
and Health, R.A.S. of England, British Dairy Farmers' Assocn., Nat. Farmers' 
Union, etc. It has five Depts. Dairy Bacteriology, Dairy Chemistry, Dairy 
Husbandry, Physiology, and Dairying. See also App. XXIV. A. I. (d). 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The University was established by Royal Charter, March 17, 1926. For 
early history, see Yearbook for 1929. 

LIBRARY, 55,000 vols., including Overstone collection (7500 vols.) of books 
on Polit. Econ. (pubd. before 1850), English and French thought during 
eighteenth century, and topography (especially Northamptonshire) ; 17,000 
pamphlets. 200 periodicals are received. MUSEUMS : Zool. and Hist, and 
Archaeol. LABORATORIES : Bactenol., Bot., Chem., Geol., Mech., Physics, 
Psych., Zool. Fine Art Studios. School of Music. Agricultural Machinery 
Hall. Two farms (359 and 141 acres) and Horticultural Station. 

FACULTIES * (i) Letters, (2) Science, (3) Agric. and Horticulture 
(associated with which are the National Inst. for Research in Dairying and 
British Dairy Inst.). 

DEANS : (i) Prof, de Burgh (Philos.) ; (2) Prof. Crowther (Phys.) ; (3) Prof. 
Neville (Agr. Chem.). 

SCHOOLS : Art, Music. 
DEPARTMENT : Domestic subjects. 

ADMISSION. See Appendix XXII. Entrance examn. for Diploma courses 
in Commerce, Agric., Dairying, Hortic., Landscape Architecture, Domestic 
subjects. 

DEGREES: B.A., M.A., D.Litt ; B.Sc., M.Sc., D.Sc. ; B.Sc. (Agric.), 
B.Sc. (Dairying), B.Sc. (Hortic.) ; Ph.D. The M.Sc. and D.Sc. are obtainable 
in the Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture as well as in the Faculty of 
Science. The Senate may decline to admit to a degree course a person whose 
place of residence during term is at too great a distance from Reading, and the 
degree of Bachelor may not be granted to a candidate whose record as a 
student of the University is not deemed satisfactory. 

The Charter provides that degrees representing proficiency in technical 
subjects shall not be conferred without proper security for testing the scientific 
or general knowledge underlying technical attainments. 

An oral examination forms part of the Final examn. for a B.A. degree with 
honours, except in Mathematics, and, at the discretion of the Examiners, 
may form part of the Intermediate or of the Final Examn. for a Pass B.A. 
degree, or of the Intermediate or Final Examn. for the B.Sc. In the Final 
Examn. for the B.Sc. candidates are examined upon either a General Course of 
study (3 subjects) or a special course ; honours can be obtained in either case. 
The Final Examn. (Special) is ordinarily taken after passing the Final Examn. 



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(General). The course for the degree with honours extends over 4 years in 
Agriculture and hi certain cases in Arts and hi Science. 

UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA COURSES are as follows : 2 yrs. Agric., Commerce, 
Dairying, Domestic subjects, Hortic. ; 3 yrs. Landscape Architecture, Fine 
Art, Music, Distinction in Agric, Dairying, Domestic subjects, or Hortic. 
Univ. Diploma Course (post-graduate) in Education (i yr.). 

OTHER COURSES for Univ. Certifs., Dairying (6 mos.), Agnc , Commerce, 
Domestic subjects, Hortic., Secretarial subjects (i yr.), Jewellery and Enamel- 
ling, Wood Carving, Woodwork, Embroidery, Leather Work, Weaving, Writing 
and Illuminating (2 yrs.), Dairy Factory Management (10 weeks) ; for the Pre- 
Medical examn. of the R.C.P. and R.C.S. (i yr.), British Dairy Farmers* Assocn. 
examns. (6 mos.), L.R A.M., A.R.C.M., etc. 

TUTORIAL SUPERVISION. Every student following one of the organized 
day courses or a specially arranged day course involving frequent attendance 
at the Univ. for at least 2 terms is placed under the supervision of a tutor. 

A RESEARCH BOARD promotes research and original work in the Univ. 
(apart from the National Institute for Research in Dairying). It administers 
funds entrusted to it for the purpose, and issues an annual record and report. 

TERMS. 3, each of 10 weeks, the first beginning on the first Friday in 
October. Vacations of 4 weeks at Christmas and 5 weeks at Easter. 

RESIDENCE. All students following full courses of day study, unless 
residing with parents or guardians, are ordinarily required to reside in a 
University Hall of Residence. There are two Halls (Wantage and St. Patrick's) 
for men, and four (St. Andrew's, Wessex, St. George's, and Ashdown) for 
women students. Full-time day students living in recognized houses, or at 
home in or near Reading, are associated in St. David's Hall, a non-residential 
dub. 

SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO GRADUATES. Offered annually by the Univ. 100 ; 
" Ernest Ridley " 50 plus tuition fees, for one year, renewable for a second 
year. 

FEES. For Tuition : Ph.D. course 5 or 7 p.a. ; M.A. course 5 p.a. ; 
M.Sc. course 7 p.a. ; Bachelor's Degree course Arts, 30 p.a. ; Sc. or 
Agric. or Dairying or Hortic., 35 p.a. ; Diploma course Commerce, 25 p.a. ; 
Agric. or Hortic. or Landscape Architecture or Domestic subjects, 30 p.a. ; 
Dairying, 35 for ist, 41 for and year ; Fine Arts, 18 ; Certif. course 18 to 
30. Tuition fees are in most cases reduced by 25 per cent, to students from 
neighbouring counties, under certain conditions. 

EXPENSES. Total average necessary yearly expenses (excluding travelling, 
clothing, and personal laundry) about 120 p.a., namely : (i.) Registration, 
matriculation, cap and gown, tuition, examination, and graduation, average 
38 p.a. for a degree student ; for diploma or certificate student somewhat less, 
(ii.) Maintenance, including board and lodging in Halls or lodgings and sana- 
torium fee, maximum for 30 weeks about 77 for a man and 69 for a woman 
student, (iii.) Personal, including subscription to Union (3 gs. p.a.), and cost 
of books and stationery, widely variable, say 6 p.a. 

Courses of lectures open to the public are ordinarily charged for at 155. per 
term (303. per session) for each subject (one hour per week). 

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS : Students* Union and Representative Council. 
An Old Students' Association meets annually at the Univ. at Whitsuntide. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION, ETC. Agriculturists are helped by correspondence, 



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visits, local lectures, examination of diseased plants, etc. Evening classes are 
held in Machine and Building Constn., Builders* Quantities, and most of the 
subjects in which Day courses are provided. Tutorial classes are held in con- 
nexion with the W.E A. 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar ; University Gazette ; General Prospectus (in- 
cluding illustrations and plans) ; Departmental Prospectuses (Degree courses, 
Training of Teachers, Commerce and Secretarial, Agriculture, etc., Fine Arts 
and Handicrafts, Music, Domestic suhjects) ; Scholarships and Exhibitions ; 
Guide to Evening Classes, 2d. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. In response to the Building Fund Appeal, the Trustees 
of the late Mr. S. W. Farmer, 5000. Other gifts include 187 from the Friends 
of the University. 

NEW BUILDINGS. The third building erected under the scheme for the 
provision of new buildings on the mam Univ. site has been completed and is 
in use for the dept. of Agricultural Chemistry and offices for the Dean of the 
Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture. 

NEW POST. A Research Assistant in the Dept. of Agricultural Chemistry. 

RESIGNATIONS AND RETIREMENTS. Sir Leslie O. Wilson (Vice-President 
of the Council) ; Prof. J. Percival (Agnc. Bot.) ; Miss H. M. Wood (Sub- 
Warden of Ashdown and St. George's Halls). 

DEATHS. Leonard G. Sutton, C.B.E. (President of the Council) ; Prof. R. 
Stenhouse Williams (Dairy Bacteriol. ; Director of the National Institute for 
Research in Dairying) ; H. Knapman (Registrar). 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 608, including 84 graduates. Part-time : 
total, 907, including 10 graduates. 

DEGREES. B.A., 38 ; B.Sc., 29 ; B.Sc. (Agric.), 10 ; B.Sc. (Dairying), 3 ; 
B.Sc. (Hortic.), 8 ; M.A., 4 ; M.Sc., 4 ; Ph.D., 2. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD 

VISITOR H.M. THE KING. 

CHANCELLOR The Most Hon. the MARQUESS OF CREWE, K.G., D C.L., 

LLD. 

PRO-CHANCELLOR Lt.-Col. H. K. STEPHENSON. D.S.O., D.L., LLD. 
VICE-CHANCELLOR A. W. PICKARD-CAMBRIDGE, M.A., D.Litt. 
TREASURER W. N. DREW, A.R.S.M., M.I.Chem.E. 
DEANS OF FACULTIES. See under " General Information " Faculties. 
REGISTRAR W. M. GIBBONS, O.B.E.. M.A. 
LIBRARIAN A. P. HUNT, B.A. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Anatomy [A. Jackson Prof. 
Patten, C. J., M.A., M.D., Sc.D. 

Dub., F.R.A.I. 

Naish, Mrs. Lucy, M.B. Lond. 
(Osteology) Lectr. 

MacConaill, M. A., M.B., B.Obu, 
B.A.O., M.Sc. Belfast 

Senr. Lectr. and Demr. 
Yates, H. B., M.A., M,B. Camb., 
F.R.C.S. (Surg. Anat.) 

Lectr. and Demr. 
McCollum, W. K., M.B., BCh., 
B.A.O. Belf. Hon. Demr. 

Cameron, D., M.B., Ch.B. Glas. 

Hon. Demr 
Architecture 

Welsh, S., M.A., B.Arch. Liv., 

A.R.I.B.A. Lectr. 

r Hon. Lectr. for Evening 

Courses. 

Leighton, H. B., M.A., A.R.I.B.A. 
Asst. Lectr. 
Smith, C. B., A.R C.A. 

(Freehand Drawing and 

Colour) Hon Lectr. 
Art, v. Civic Art 

Biology ', v. Zool. and Botany 

Botany 

Bentley, B. H., M.A. Ox., F.L S. 

Prof. 



Lind, Edna M., B.Sc., Ph.D. Liv. 
Lectr. 
Boswell, J. G., M.Sc. Lond. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Chemistry 

Bennett, G. M., M.A., Sc.D. Camb., 
B.A., Ph.D. Lond., F.I.C. 

Firth Prof. 

Gladstone, S., Ph.D., D.Sc. Lend., 
F.I C. (Phys. C.) Lectr. 

Chapman, A. W., D.Sc. Lond., 
F.I C. (Organic C ) Lectr. 
Asst. Lectrs. : 
Turner, Emily G., M.Sc. 
Bennett, Dorothy M., M Sc. 
Smith, T. B., B.Sc Lond 
Speakman, J. C., M.Sc., Ph.D. 
Jones, B., B Sc., Ph.D. Wales. 

Cwic Art 
Prof. 

Classics 

Forster, E. S., M.B.E., M.A. Ox., 

F.S.A. (Greek) Prof. 

Craig, J. D., M.A., D.Litt. St. And., 

B.A. Ox. (Latin) Firth Prof. 

Tredennick, G. H. P. P., M.A. 

Camb. Lectr. 

Maguinness, W. S., M.A. Dub. 

Asst. Lectr. 
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Economics 

Knoop, D., M.A. Mane. Prof. 
Jones, G. P., M.A. Liv. 

(Econ. Hist.) Lectr 
Pool, A. G., B.Sc. (Econ ) Lond. 

Lectr. 
Education 

Turnbull, G. H., M.A. Liv., Ph.D. 
Bonn Prof. 

Lectrs : 

Bradford, E. J. G., M.Sc. Loud. 
King, Etheldreda, B.A. Lond 
Thompson. J. Ridley, D.Sc. Durh. 
Dickinson, Olive D., M.Sc. 
Halloran, J H , M.A. Leeds. 
Sargeaunt, M. Joan, B.A., B Litt. 
Ox. 

Engineering, Civil 
Husband, Joseph, M Eng , 

F.R.C.ScL, M.Inst.C.E., M. 

Am S.C.E., M. French Soc. 

C.E., M I.Struct E. Prof. 
Snelgrove, E. C., M.I.Struct.E., 

M. French S.C.E. Lectr. 

Jenkins, J., M.Sc. Belf. Lectr. 

Engineering, Elec. 
Wall, T. F., D.Sc. Viet., D.Eng. 
Liv., M.I E.E. Lectr. 

Asst. Lectrs. : 
Hainsworth, C. H , M.Eng. 
Joyce, T. C , B Sc. Lond. & Bris. 
Barratt, N. M., B.Sc. Tech. Mane. 
Lloyd, H., M.Eng. 

(Wireless Telegraphy) Demr. 

Engineering, Mechanical 
Lea, F. C., O.B.E., D.Sc. Lond., 

A.R.C.S., M.I.CE., M.I.M.E. 
Prof. 
Boulden, F., B.Sc. Lond., M Eng., 

M.I.M.E. Senr. Lectr. 

Kershaw, J. W., M.Sc. Viet., 

M.Eng. Senr. Lectr. 

Hibbins, W. G., B.Sc. Lond., 

B.Eng. Lectr. 

Waite, C. W., B.Sc. Lond. Lectr. 
Davies, H. J., M Sc. Lond. Lectr. 
Turner, F. C., M.Eng. Lectr. 



Asst. Lectrs. * 
Burnet, W , B Eng 
Parker, C. F., B Sc. Lond. 

Engineering, Mining 
Hay, D., B Sc Lond., MICE., 
M.I ME Hon Prof. 

Statham, I C. F , M Eng , 
M I M E , F G S. Prof. 

Bevan, E., B.Sc (Mm ) Lond , 
MIME. Lectr. 

Sinclair, J , M Eng , M I.M.E. 

Lectr. 
Cooke, W E , M Eng., M.I.M.E. 

Research Asst. 
English Lang, and Lit. 
Evans, B. I., M.A. Lond. 

(Eng. Lit ) Prof. 

Jones, J. D., M.A., B.A. Lond., 
Ph.D. Berl. 

(Eng. Lang.) Lectr. 

Hamer, D., M.A. Liv. Lectr. 

Reynolds, W. V., B.A., B Litt Ox. 

Asst Lectr. 

French 

Baker, A. T., Litt.D. Camb., 

Ph.D. Heid , O.I.P. Prof. 

Clapton, G. T., M.A. Lectr. 

Boase, A M., M.A. Ox., PhD. 

Camb. Lectr. 

Espiner, Janet G, MA. Glas., 

D. de ru. de Paris 

Asst. Lectr. 
Geography 

Brown, R. N. Rudmose, D.Sc. 
Aberd. Prof. 

Garnett, Alice, B.A. Lond. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Geology 

Fearnsides, W. G., MA. Camb., 
F.R.S. Sorby Prof. 

Wilcockson, W. H., M.A. Camb. 

Lectr. 
Shirley, J , M.Sc. Mane. 

(Mining G.) Asst. Lectr. 
German 

Dunstan, A. C., B.A. Lond., Ph.D. 
Kcenigs. Lectr. 

Zettl, Eward, Ph.D. Innsb. 

Asst. Lectr. 



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History 

Woodward, A M , M.A Ox ,F.S.A 

(Ancient H.) Lectr. 

Potter, G. R., M A , Ph D Camb. 

(Mod. H.) Prof. 

Lewis, N. B., M.A., Ph.D. Mane. 
(Modern H ) Lectr 
Tyler, J. E , B.A Ox., M A. 

(Modern H.) Lectr. 

Law 
Trotter, W. F., K.C. (Scot.), LL.D., 

M.A. Camb. Prof. 

Metcalfe,O. K., M.A , LL.M. (Pub. 

and Com. L.) Lectr. 

Renwick, J., MA, LLB. Camb 

(Real Prop, and Conveyg ) 

Lectr. 

Stone, H., LL.M. Asst. Lectr. 
Downing, F., A.C.A. 

Tutor in Trust Accounts, etc. 

Mathematics 

Daniell, P. J,, M.A., Sc.D. Camb. 

Town Trust Prof. 

Stewart, C. A., M.A., D.Sc. Glas., 

B.A. Camb. Lectr 

Cox, R. R. S., M.A. Camb. 

Lectr. and Curator of 

Observatory. 
Asst. Lectrs. : 

Maclntyre, A. J , B.A. Camb. 
Frame, J. W., B A. Camb. 
Andress, W. R , B.A. Camb., B.Sc. 
Mane. (Engin. Dept.) 

Medicine, v. infra 

Metallurgy, v. also Tech. 
Andrew, J. H., D.Sc. Mane. Prof. 
Ibbotson, F., B.Sc. Lond., DJMet., 
F.R.C.S L, F.I.C. (also Lectr. 
in Dental M ) Sen. Lectr. 
Knowles, F. K., M.Met. (also Lectr. 
in Dental M.) Sen. Lectr. 
Orme, F., M.Met. Lectr. 

Rees, W. J., D.Sc. Tech., F.I.C. 

(Refractories) Lectr. 

(Electro-M.) Lectr. 

Asst. Lectrs. : 
Percival, R. T. 
Gregory, E,, B.Sc. Lond., F.I.C. 



Mining, v. Engin., Geol. 

Music 

Shera, F. H , M.A , Mus.M. Camb , 
F R C O , A.R C II 
James Rossiter Hoyle Prof. 

Philosophy 

Laing, B. M., M.C , M.A., D Litt. 
Aberd, Lectr. 

Physics 
Milner, S. R., D.Sc Lond. and 

Bris., F.RS., F.I.P. Prof. 
Lawson, R. W., D.Sc. Durh , 

F I.P. Lectr. 

Clarke, J. R., M Sc., F.I.P. Lectr. 

Asst. Lectrs. : 

Evans, Morgan H., B.Sc. Wales. 
Cameron, W. H. B., M.Sc. Belf. 
Elliott, A., B.Sc., Ph.D. Durh., 

Sc.D. Utrecht. 

Physiology 
Leathes, J. B., M.A., M.B., B.Ch. 

Ox., F.R.C.P., F.R.C.S., 

F.R.S. Prof. 

Eaves, Eliz. C., B.Sc., M.D., B.S., 

D.P.M. Lond. Lectr. 

Imrie, C. G., M.D. Westn. Ont., 

F.R.C.P. Lectr. 

Clark, G. A., M.D. Durh. Lectr. 
Gumpert, T. E., M.B., Ch.B., 

M.R.C P. Demr. 



Public Health, v. Medicine 



Russian 
Birkett, G. A., M.A. Liv. 



Lectr. 



Spanish [Hughes Lectr. 

Birch, J. N., B.A. Lond. 
de Fenn, Beatriz, L. es L. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Technology, Fuel 

Wheeler, R. V,, D.Sc. Mane., 

F.I.C., M.I.M.E. Prof. 

Batley, W. A., M.Sc. Mane. Lectr. 

Wigginton, R., M.Sc. Lond., 

A.R.C.S. Lectr. 

Rees, W. J., M.Sc. Tech., F.I.C. 

(Refractories) Lectr. 



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Beet, A E., B.Met. Demr. 

Mott, R. A., M.Sc Leeds, F I.C. 
Research Asst. 

Technology, Glass 

Turner, W. E. S., O.B.E., D.Sc. 
Lond., M.Sc. Birm., F.I.P. 

Prof. 

Parkin, M., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Seddon, E., B.Sc , Ph D Leeds 

Asst Lectr. 
Research Assts. : 
Dirableby, Violet, M.Sc. 
Warren, W. J. A., B.Sc. Durh. 
Longmuir, B., B.Eng. 
MaskiU, W., B.Sc Lond. 

Research Fellow : 
Holland, A. J., M Sc. Lond. 

Zoology 

Eastham, L. E. S., M.A Camb, 
M.Sc. Leeds Prof. 

Graham, A., M.A., B.Sc. Edin. 

Lectr. 

Flower, Winifred U., B.Sc. Lond 
Demr. 

Medicine 

(for subjects of first 2 yrs. Anat., 

etc , v. supra) 
Bacteriology 

Edington, J. W, M D., D P.H. 
Edin. Prof. 

Brown, Dorothy, M.B., Ch B. 

Lectr. 
Paine, C. G , M.B., B.S. Lond. 

Lectr. 

Coveney, Margaret F., M.B., Ch.B. 
Jr. Asst. Bacteriologist. 
Dermatology 

Hallam, A. R., M.D., Ch.B. Edin. 
Lectr. 

1 Clinical Teacher. 
Diseases of Children 

Leader, H., M B. Lond., M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. Lectr. 

2 other Clin. Teachers. 

Dis. of Ear, Nose, and Throat 
Townrow V., M.B., B.S. Lond., 
F.R.C.S. Lectr. 



Cobb, J. H., M.B., ChB., M.B., 

B S. Lond., F.R C.S , F.R.C S. 

Ed. Lectr. (Aural Anat ). 
Diseases, Infectious 
Williams, E. H., M.D. Brus., 

M.R.C.S., LRC.P., D.P.H. 

Camb. Lectr. 

Diseases, Mental 

Vincent, W, M.D., B.S. Durh., 
M.R C.S., L.R.C.P. Lectr. 

Forensic Medicine 
Webster, J. M., M.A , M.B., Ch.B., 
B Sc St. And., F.R C.S. Ed. 
Lectr. 

History of Medicine 
Wilkinson, G., B.A., M.B , BC. 
Camb., F.R.C.S. Lectr. 

Medicine 

Naish, A. E., M.A., M.D. Camb., 

F.R.C.P. Prof. 

Barnes, A. E., M.B. Lond., M.B., 

Ch.B , F.R.C.P. Lectr. 

Yates, A. G., M.A., M.D., ChuB. 

Edin., F.R.C.P. Lectr. 

Skinner, E. F. f M.A., M.B., B.C. 

Camb., F.R.C.P. Lectr. 

Imrie, C. G, M.D. Westn. Ont., 

F.R C.P. Lectr. 

Platt, R , M.D., M.R C.P. Tutor. 

Obstetrics and Gynacology 
Phillips, Miles H., M.B., B.S. 

Lond., F.R.C.S Prof. 

King, W. W., M.B., Ch.B. Bris., 

F.R.C.S. Ed , M.R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. Lectr. 

Chisholm, J., M.B., Ch.B. Edin., 

F.R.C.S. Lectr. 

Stacey, J. E., M.D., B.S. Lond., 

M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S. Ed. 

(Gyn. Anat.) Lectr. 
Davies, G., M.B., Ch.B. Ed., 

F.R.C.S. Ed. Tutor. 

Ophthalmology 

Hay, Percival, M.D. Edin. Lectr. 

Mackie, E. G., MA. St. And., 

M.B., Ch.B. Glas., D.O.M.S. 

(Ophthal. Anat.) Lectr. 

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Pathology 

Florey, H. W. f M.B , B S. AdeL, 

B A., B.Sc. Ox., M.A , Ph D. 

Camb. Joseph Hunter Prof. 

Yates, H. Blacow, MA., M.B. 

Camb., F.R.C.S. 

Lectr. (Surgical P.) and 
Asst. Cur. of Path. 
Museum. 

Harding, H. E., B.A., B.M., B.Ch. 

Ox. Lectr. 

Kirk, Florence S., M.B., Ch.B. 

Glas., D.P.H. Camb. Demr. 

Dawbarn, R. Y., M.D. Liv., M B., 

BS. Lond., M.RCS, 

L R.C.P. Demr. 

Owen, T. K., M.Sc., M.B., Ch.B., 

M.R.C.P. Demr. 

Pharmacology 
MeUanby, E., M.A., M.D. Camb., 

F.R.C.P., F.R.S. Prof. 

Harrison, D. C., B.Sc. Lond., 

Ph.D. Camb., A.I.C. Lectr. 

2 Research Assts. 

Public Health [Prof. 

Rennie, J., M.D. Aberd., D.P.H. 
Clark, J., M.D., Ch.B. Aberd., 
M.R.C.P , D P.H. Lectr. 

Radiology 
Grout, J L. A, F.RC.S. Ed., 

M.R.C.S., L R.C.P., D.M.R.E. 

Camb. Lectr. 

I Clin. Teacher. 

Surgery 

Simpson, G. S., F.R.C.S. Prof. 
Cuff, A., B.A., M.B., B.C. Camb., 

F.R.C.S. Lectr, 

Finch, E. F., M.D., M.S. Lond., 

F.R.C.S Lectr. 

Wilson, J. B. F., M.S. Lond., 

F.R.C.S. Lectr. 

Brockman, R. St. L., M.A., 

M.Ch. Camb., F.R.C.S. Lectr. 
Mouat, X. B., M.D., Ch.M. Edin., 

F.R.C.S. (Op. Surg.) Demr. 
Yates, H. B., M.A., M.B. Camb., 

F.R.C.S. Tutor. 

3 other Clin. Teachers. 



Tuberculosis 

Turner, H. M., M.D. Mane , D.P.H. 
Lectr 

Vaccination 

Chisholm, J , M B., Ch.B., F.R C.S. 
Ed. Lectr. 

A n&sthetics 

Instructors : 
Holroyd, J. B. H., M. R.C.S , 

L.R.C.P. 

Marshall, G. G., M B., Ch B. 
Mart, W. D , M R.C.S , L.R.C.P. 
Birks, F. J., M.B,ChB. 
Robertson, R. K,M A.,M.B.,Ch.B. 
Willey, H L., M.B., BCh., 
M.R.C.S., L.RC.P. 



Dentistry 
v. also Met. 

Law, W. J., L.D.S., R.C.S. (D. 

Anat. and Physiol.) Lectr. 
Froggatt, G. H., M.D.S., M.R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P., L.D.S., R.C.S. (D. 

Mech. and D. Surg.) Lectr. 
Stokes, P. S., M.D.S., L.D.S., 

R.C.S. (D. Surg.) Lectr. 

Hull, J, L.DS., R.C.S. (Dent. 

Surg.) Asst. Lectr. 

Watson, C. T., M.D.S., L.D.S., 

R.C.S. (Orthod. and Op. Dent. 

Surg.) Lectr. 

Barron, D. C., M.D., Ch-B. Edin. 

(Med. for Dent. Students) 

Lectr. 
Skerritt, J. H., M.D.S., L.D.S., 

R.C.S. (Op. Dent. Surg.) 

Lectr. 
Adams, J., M.B., B.Ch. 

Anaesthetist. 
Heald, R. H., L.D.S. 

Demr. (Dent. Hist.). 
2 other Clin, Dental Teachers. 



Adult Education 

Tutors : 8 members of the Staff 
and 1 6 others. 



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AFFILIATED INSTITUTIONS 

BARNSLEY MINING AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE, SCUNTHORPE CENTRAL SCHOOL 
AND EVENING TECHNICAL SCHOOL, LINCOLN TECHNICAL COLLEGE, AND 
CHESTERFIELD TECHNICAL COLLEGE. Students proceeding from "Affiliated 
Institutions " to the Univ. to take courses for an Honours degree or Associate- 
ship in the Facs. of Engineering or Metallurgy may receive certain concessions. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

University College, Sheffield, incorporated by Royal Charter in 1897, was 
in 1905 merged in the University of Sheffield constituted by Royal Charter in 
that year. The city being an important centre of steel, electro-plate, glass, 
and other manufacturing industries, and in the heart of an extensive coal- 
mining area, students of Engineering, Metallurgy, Mining, Fuel Technology, 
and Glass Technology have exceptional opportunities. 

LIBRARY, n 8,000 vols. and pamphlets, including collections of hooks on 
alchemy and early history of chemistry (J. Spear Parker's), facsimiles of 
Greek papyri (J. H. Moulton's), literature relating to Polychaete worms (A. T. 
Watson's), and seventeenth-century tracts, plays, etc. (Sir Chas. Firth's) ; 
353 current periodicals. Also Special Applied Science and Glass Technology 
departmental collections. 

RESEARCH DEPARTMENT LABORATORIES include : Engineering (mech., elec., 
civ., and mining), with power plant, air-compressors, refrigerating plant, 
hydraulic appliances, testing machines, special apparatus for high temperature 
and repeated stress testing, the testing of cement and concrete and for measur- 
ing earth pressures, high-speed steel tool-testing lathe, file testing machines, 
etc., the workshops are specially equipped for the study of modern methods 
of precision production ; Jonas lab. specially equipped for researches in con- 
nexion with materials ; Edgar Allen lab. specially equipped for electrical and 
magnetic research work; labs, equipped with 2i2-volt, 924 ampere-hour 
accumulator direct current and alternating current motors, phase advancers 
and generators for work on lighting, traction, power transmission, electricity 
applied to mining, electro-chemistry, apparatus for magnetic, photometric, and 
meter testing ; high-frequency oscillographs (one 2-element Duddell, one 4- 
element Duddell, one Cathode Ray) ; wireless lab. ; Metallurgical, with plant 
for experimental melting of steel, including 2-ton Siemens open hearth furnace ; 
-ton electric arc furnace, Ajax-Northrup high-frequency induction furnace, 
crucible steel-melting house, laboratory equipped for heat treatment of steels 
and other metals, and equipment for thermal, micrographic, X-ray, dilate- 
metric and other physical investigations ; specially equipped lab. for electro- 
deposition of metals ; lab. with rolling mill and draw bench for research on 
cold-working of steel ; Non-Ferrous, equipped for the lighter Sheffield trades ; 
Glass Technology, electric, gas and oil-fired furnaces for melting glass in quan- 
tities from the minute scale up to 120 Ibs. ; Research labs, for the physico- 
chemical, thermal, electrical, mechanical, spectrographic and general optical 
investigations on the properties of glass ; Fuel Technology, rncluding an experi- 
mental gas-producer, run in connexion with the steel-melting furnace of the 
metallurgical dept., coke-testing apparatus, and specially equipped labs, for 
research on coal, coke, and gaseous explosions ; Mwung, research labs, for coal 
and ore treatment, ventilation, mine lighting, machine mining, and mine safety 
problems. 

OBSERVATORY with 6* equatorial telescope and af* transit instrument. 



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HOSPITALS available for clinics include 2 general (840 beds), 3 special ^i 226 beds), 
and Mental Hospital (1900 beds). 

FACULTIES, (i) Arts, (2) Pure Science, (3) Medicine (including the Dental 
Dept.), (4) Law, (5) Engineering (Depts. of Mech., Elec., Civ., and Mining E., 
Fuel Tech., Glass Tech.), 2 nd (6) Metallurgy (Ferrous and Non-Ferrous). 
Deans : (i) Prof. Turnbull (Educn.), (2) Prof. Fearnsides (Geol.), (3) Prof. 
Leathes (PhysioL), (4) Prof. Trotter (Law), (5) Prof. F C. Lea (Mech. Engin.), 
(6) Prof. Andrew (Metall.). There is a Umv. Training Coll. Dept. for Teachers 
for elementary and secondary schools. Dept. of Glass Technology : The Dept. 
was the first and still remains the best known of the scientific instns. devoted 
to the study of glass. It possesses glass melting shops for the melting of glass 
in quantity from a few grams to 120 Ibs. in electrical and gas-heated furnaces 
and a number of separate research labs, devoted to the study of the chemical, 
thermal, electrical, optical, and mechanical properties of glass. Faculty of 
Metallurgy : The courses in Metallurgy include, in addition to the ordinary 
subjects of a metallurgical training, special instruction in the magnetic pro- 
perties of iron and steel, and practice in the use of semi-large-scale plant. Post- 
graduate courses are arranged for graduates in Pure Science or in Metallurgy. 

ADMISSION. See Appendix XXII. 

DEGREE COURSES. 3 yrs. B.A. (with Honours in Archit. 5 yrs., including 
time spent in an Architect's office), B.Mus., B.Sc., LL.B., B.Met. (3 yrs.' evening 
courses may under certain conditions be taken by students of 20 yrs. of age in 
lieu of the 2nd and 3rd yrs. 1 day courses), B.Eng. (" Sandwich " course 4 yrs.), 
B.Sc.Tech. (" Sandwich " course 4 yrs.) ; B.Eng. Honours and B.Sc.Tech. 
Honours, 3 yrs. after passing Intermed. Examn. ; 5^ yrs. (including 3 in the 
Univ.) M.B., Ch.B. ; 5& years B.D.S. Graduates of a Univ. of the U.K. who 
wish to qualify for B.A. or B.Sc. with Hons., or LL.B., need, under certain con- 
ditions, only attend courses for 2 yrs., if they have pursued a course for 2 yrs. 
at some approved instn. Graduates of a Univ. of the British Empire who wish 
to qualify for B.Met., B.Eng., or B.SaTech. with Honours need, under certain 
conditions, only attend courses for 2 years (for B.Eng. or B.Sc.Tech. pass degree, 
one year ; B.Met. pass degree, 2 yrs.) if they have pursued a course for 2 years 
at some approved institution. 

Attendance on approved courses at a Univ. or Coll. recognized for the 
purpose may be accepted as equivalent to such courses in the Univ. The 
Univs. of Paris, Caen, Besancon, Grenoble, Poitiers, Leipsic, Freiburg, Gottingen, 
Tubingen, and Giessen have been recognized in the Faculty of Arts, and the 
Univ. contributes towards expenses of undergraduates spending a term there. 

A Secondary Schools Council, including, in addition to members of the 
Univ. staff, representatives of local education authorities and school staffs, 
keeps the Univ. in touch with secondary educn. 

HIGHER DEGREES. Obtainable by Bachelors of i yr.'s standing M.A., 
M.Sc., LL.M., M.Eng., M.Sc.Tech., M.Met., M.D.S. ; 3 yrs. M.D., Ch.M. ; 
5 yrs. Litt.D., D.Sc., LL.D., D.Eng., D.Sc.Tech., D.Met. ; open under certain 
conditions to graduates in Arts of any Univ. of the U.K. after 2 yrs., to 
graduates of Facs. other tixan Arts after 3 yrs., of advanced study or research 
in Sheffield M.A. ; open, under certain conditions, to graduates in Science of 
any Univ. of the U.K. after 2 yrs. of advanced study or research in Sheffield. 
M.Sc. ; open, under certain conditions, to graduates in Science or Engin. of any 
Univ. in* U.K. after 2 yrs. of advanced study or research in the Univ. of Sheffield 
~-M.Eng., M.Sc.Tech. ; PhJX, v. p. 14.. 

DIPLOMAS. Archit., $ yrs, (including time spent in an Architect's office) ; 



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Mod. Lang. Teaching (graduates in Arts or others of similar attainments 
in the Lang.), i yr. course ; Educn. {after graduation), i yr. (special facilities 
for Pedagogical research) ; L.D.S., 4 yrs. ; Glass Technology, 3 yrs. (for 
those with 2 yrs.* practical experience, 2 yrs.) ; Associateship in Engin., 
3 yrs. (Works Pupils and Evening students, 4 yrs.) , Associateship m Iron 
and Steel or Non-Ferrous Met., 3 yrs. (evening students, 4 yrs.) ; Mining, 
3 yrs.' full-time course or 4 yrs.' "Sandwich " course (ist year, full-time at the 
Univ., Oct. to June inclusive ; other years 6 mos. in Colliery and 6 in Univ. ; 
exemption from first yr. obtainable through examn. The Dipl. enables a 
student to sit for the examn. for a colliery manager's certif. after 5 yrs. and 
3 mos. total training, including the time spent in the Univ.) ; Fuel, 4 yrs. (for 
those with i yr.'s experience in a Works Fuel Dept., 3 yrs.) ; exemption from 
first yr. in special cases. Associateship in Fuel for Evening Students, 4 yrs. 

Certificates in Architecture (3 yrs.) ; Works Pupils in Engin. (3 yrs.) ; Glass 
Technology (3 yrs., Saturday or Evening Students). 

FEES. Matricn. 2. Registn. 2 is. p.a. (Diploma courses, except L.D.S.) or 
255. p.a. Degree courses (except M.B., Ch.B., and B.D.S.). Tuition for degree 
courses (approximate) : B.A. and B.Mus., 26 : 13 : 4 p.a. ; B.Sc., 35 p.a. ; 
LL.B., ii gs. p.a. ; B.Eng., B.Met., B.Sc.Tech. (Glass or Fuel), 41 : IDS. p.a. ; 
" Sandwich " course for B.Eng., 4 yrs., 31 : 53. p.a ; M.B., Ch.B., 238 for 
5i yrs.' course, including hospl fees ; B.D.S., 250 for 5 yrs.' course, including 
Mech. Dent. Examns., Interm., 2 ; Final, Pass Degree, 2 ; Honours, 3 
(M.B., Ch.B. or B.D.S. examns., 6 each of 3). Bachelor's Degree Fee, 6 
(except M.B., Ch.B., i). 

Note. To students from outside the British Empire an additional 20 per 
cent is charged on all fees. 

SCHOLARSHIPS, ETC., FOR GRADUATES. Sorby Research Fellowship (adminis- 
tered by Royal Society), v. App. XXIII. 17 ; Ironmongers. Company Research 
Fellowship and Research Scholarships, v. App. XXIII. 4 ; Alfred Tongue 
Scholp., 100 for i yr. for research in Engin., Met , or Chem. ; George Senior 
Fellowships, 125 p.a., 2 offered annually for research, one in Engin. and one 
in Met. ; 4 Styring Research Scholps., 100 p.a. for research in ferrous and 
non-ferrous metals ; Cutlers' Company Scholp., 100 p.a. for 2 yrs. ; 2 Glass 
Research Fellowships, 175 and 200 ; Mechanics Institute Scholp., 50 p.a. 
for i yr., together with fees for courses taken by the holder, for research in 
one of the Depts. of the Univ. ; Frederick Clifford Scholp., 50 p.a. for 2 yrs., 
for research in one of the Depts. of the Univ.; Ezra Hounsfield Linley Post- 
graduate Scholp., 75 to 100 p.a. for i yr., for research in Engin. or Met. or 
Physics or Chem. ; Town Trustees Fellowship, 75 p.a. for i yr., for research 
in one of the Depts. of the Univ. 

Herbert Hughes Travelling Scholarships in Spanish, 25 each, are for one 
month of Study in Spain during the long vacation. 

Note. The number and value of Scholarships and Fellowships are liable 
to reduction in all cases. 

RESIDENCE, ETC. Stephenson Hall, for men ; fees per session, 90. Univ. 
Halls for women, Oakholme, Tapton Cliffe, and Endcliffe House, 55 to 76 
per session. A list is maintained of Lodgings supervised by a Special Com- 
mittee ; board and lodging cost from 273. 6d. to 408. per week. Athletics 
ground, 18 acres. The Union Rep. Council takes a leading part in the Social 
life of the Univ. Separate Students* Unions for men and women. 

APPOINTMENTS BOARD. Secretary : J. R. Clarke, M.Sc., F.Inst.P. 

There is an OLD STUDENTS' assocn. which publishes periodically lists giving 
addresses, occupations, honours, etc. 



SHEFFIELD 2 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION work includes Tutorial classes, Free Extuns, 
Lectures, Collaboration (for Adult Educn. Lectures) with the Sheff. Edui 
Committee. 

Evening Classes in Mechanical Engineering, in General Science, Engineers 
Metallurgy, Mining, Fuel, and Glass Technology, Building and Manual Tra 
ing are held during the 6 months Oct. to April, and Trades Technical Clas 
are held in association with the Sheffield Trades Technical Societies. 41 ad 
tional lecturers and teachers are employed on this work besides the regular st, 
For notes on the extent to which these classes are recognized as qualifying 
degrees, etc., v. supra Degrees, Diplomas. 

Evening Classes are also provided in French, Russian, Spanish, Germ 
Philosophy, Econ., Secretarial Practice, Acctcy., Law, and Archit. 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar (Oct.), 55. ; The Arrows, a Chronicle pubd. 01 
each term, annual subs., is. 6d. ; Annual Report in Nov. ; Fac. and Train 
Coll. Prospectuses ; Scholarships pamphlet. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. Emer. Prof. Arthur Hall, to form a nucleus of a fund 
be known as the " University Research Fund," a gift of 550, the proceeds 
a donation made to mm on his retirement, 17,538 received from the Trust 
of the estate of the late Mr. George Denton, for many years a member of 
Univ. Council, the balance of a bequest amounting to 27,438. A legacy 
3020 from the late Mr. Edward Holmes. The Institn. of Mechanical Engine* 
a further grant of 50 to the Prof, of Mechl. Engin. for research work. 

NEW BUILDINGS. The new building for the Mining Dept. opened. 

NEW POSTS. Chairs in Botany, Geog., and Bacteriol. Two lecturesh 
in Bacteriol. A lectureship in Real Property and Conveyancing. A lectu 
ship in Gas Engineering. 

ORDINANCES AND REGULATIONS. Ordinances and Regulations for a D 
in Pub. Administration and an Hons. School of Latin and English. Ordinan 
for agrotat degrees under certain conditions. The Ordinances for the Degree 
Ph.D. altered to enable members of the teaching staff of the Univ. to becoi 
under certain conditions, candidates for the Degree. Ordinances making c< 
cessions to ex-service men rescinded. 

EXTRA-MURAL WORK. 62 Tutorial Classes and 14 Extension Courses w 
held 

VISITS OF TEACHERS FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES. The following lectu 
were given : Rev. Canon L. W. Grensted, Univ. of Oxford, a course of lectu 
on Psychol. Prof. R. M. McElroy, Univ. of Oxford, on Some Aspects of 
American Declaration of Independence. Prof. Daniel Jones, Univ. of Load 
on Phonetics and the Teaching of Mod. Langs. Prof. L. A. Willoughby, Ui 
of London, on Goethe after a Century. Prof. H. J. Fleure, Univ. of Manches 
on An Introduction to Race Study. Prof. H. J. C. Grierson, Univ. of Edinbui 
on Thomas Carlyle. Prof. F. Baldensperger, Univ. of Paris, on Une Crise 
roman: Balzac ou Proust. 

VISITS OF MEMBERS OF THE STAFF TO OTHER UNIVERSITIES. Prof. E 
Forster gave 24 lectures on The Arch&ological History of Greece, at the Ui 
of Manchester. Prof. Fearnsides lectured on The Geology of the Peak of Da 
shire at Univ. Coll., London. Prof. G. M. Bennett lectured on Recent Advett 
in the Stereochemistry of Sulphur to the Birmingham Univ. Chemical Soc., < 
on Growing Chain Effects to the Chemical Soc,, King's Coll., London. Dr. A. 



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Chapman lectured on Some Aspects of Isomeric Change to the Oxford Univ. 
Alembic Club. Mr. J. G. Boswell lectured on Wood-rot Fungi to the Liverpool 
Univ. Botanical Society. Prof. E. Mellanby lectured on Some Vitamin In- 
vestigations in" Relation to Medicine to the Faculty of Medicine, Durham Univ. 
Mrs. E. Mellanby lectured on Diet and the Teeth at Royal Holloway Coll. Prof. 
R. V. Wheeler lectured on The Constitution of Coal at West Virginia Univ., 
Morgantown, U.S.A. Prof. W. E. S. Turner lectured on Mechanical Methods 
in Modern Glass Manufacture to the Cambridge Univ. Engineering and Aero- 
nautical Soc. 

DEATH. Sir William Clegg, Pro-Chancellor. 

RESIGNATIONS. Mr. C. T. Slocombe (Maths.) ; Dr. Iris Moody (Bacteriol.) ; 
Dr. A. F. Watson (Cancer Research Asst.) ; Mrs. Harrison, Dr. Morrell Roberts 
(Pharmacol.) ; Mr. F. Winks (Glass Technol.) ; Dr. J. T. Howarth (Glass 
Technol.) ; Mr. J. H. Wreaks (Metall.). 

HONORARY DEGREES. LL.D. The Rt. Hon. Viscount Chelmsford, Mr. W. 
Benton Jones. D.Eng. Mr. J. H. W. Laverick. 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 744, including 127 graduates. Part-time : 
total, 1681, including 17 graduates. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. Ph.D., 5 ; M.A., 37 ; M.Sc., 16 ; Ch.M., i ; LL.M., 6 ; 
M.Eng., 5 ; M.Sc.Tech., 2 ; M.Met., 2 ; B.A., 53 ; B.Sc., 56 ; M.B., Ch.B., 7 ; 
LL.B., 7 ; B.Eng., 32 ; B.Sc.Tech., 2 ; B.Met, 3. 



UNIVERSITY OF WALES, CARDIFF 

VISITOR AND PROTECTOR H.M. THE KING. 
CHANCELLOR H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES. 
PRO-CHANCELLOR The Hon. W. N. BRUCE, C.B., LL.D. 
VICE-CHANCELLOR for biennium ending Aug. 31, 1933, Principal C. A. 

EDWARDS, D.Sc., F.R.S., University Coll. of Swansea, thereafter 

Principal D. EMRYS EVANS, M.A., B.Litt., University College of 

North Wales. 
WARDEN OF THE GUILD OF GRADUATES The Rev. Principal J. MORGAN 

JONES, M.A. 

DEAN OF DIVINITY Rev. Prof. JOSEPH JONES, M.A , B.D. 
REPRESENTATIVE IN PARLIAMENT ERNEST EVANS, B.A., LL.B. 
REGISTRAR D. BRYNMOR ANTHONY, M.C., M.A., University Registry, 

Cathays Park, Cardiff. 
SECRETARY TO THE COUNCIL JENKIN JAMES, O.B.E., M.A. 

CONSTITUENT COLLEGES 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH. 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NORTH WALES, BANGOR. 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF S. WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE, CARDIFF. 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SWANSEA. 

SCHOOL OF THE UNIVERSITY 

THE WELSH NATIONAL SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. 

ASSOCIATED THEOLOGICAL COLLEGES 

UNITED THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE, ABERYSTWYTH AND BALA. At Aberystwyth : 
Principal Rev. H. Harris Hughes, B.A., B.D., Prof, of Christian Doctrine and 
Ethics ofReUgwn. Other Profs. : Rev. J. Y, Evans, M.A., B.D., Church Hist. ; 
W. Porter, M.A., D.Litt., Hebrew and O.T. Exegesis ; Rev. W. R. Williams, 
M.A., New T. Greek ; Rev. W. D. Davies, M.A., B.D., Philosophy and History 
of Religion. At Bala : Principal Rev. David Phillips, M.A. ; Rev. Prof. G. A. 
Edwards, M.A., Past. Theol. 

BANGOR, The Baptist and Congregational Jt. School of Univ. Theol. Studies. 
Rev. Principal J. T. Evans, M.A., B.D., Hebrew and O.T. Exegesis ; Rev. Prin- 
cipal J. M. Jones, M.A., Ch. Hist. ; Professors: Rev. J. Gwili Jenkins, M.A., 
D.Litt., N.T. Greek ; Rev. J. E. Daniel, M.A., Christ. Doct., Phil, of Religion. 

BRECON, The Memorial Coll. Principal Rev. T. Lewis, M.A., B.D., 
Hebrew and O.T. Exegesis. Other Profs. : Rev. D. M. Edwards, M.A., D.D., 
Christian Doctrine and Philosophy of Rehgion ; Rev. Jos. Jones, M.A., B.D., 
N.T. Greek ; Rev. John Evans, B.A., Ch. Hist. 

CARDIFF, The S. Wales Baptist Coll. Principal Rev. T. Phillips, B.A., 
Hon. D.D., Christian Doctrine and Philos. of Religion. Profs. : Rev. T. W. 
Chance, M.A., B.D., Ch. Hist. ; Rev. J. Griffiths, M.A., B.D., N.T. Greek and 
Exegesis. 

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CARMARTHEN, The Presb. Coll. Principal Rev. J. Park Davies, M,A., 
B.D., Hebrew and Old T. Exegesis. Other Lectrs. : Rev. M. B. Owen, B.A , 
B.D., Ch. Hist. ; Rev. J. O. Stephens, B.A., B.D., Christian Doctrine and Phil, 
of Religion ; Rev. Emrys Jones, B.A., B.D., B.Litt., New T. Greek. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The Univ. was founded by Charter, 1893. As the result of an inquiry held 
by a Royal Commission in 1916-1918, a Supplemental Charter was granted to 
the Univ. in 1920, which introduced many important changes. For outline 
of changes, see yearbook, 1929. A further Supplemental Charter was granted 
in 1932 providing inter alia for the institution of the Welsh National School of 
Medicine as a School of the Univ., and for the recognition of Schools of Theology 
at the Collegiate centres. The teaching for initial degrees is undertaken 
by the constituent and associated Colleges and by the Welsh National School 
of Medicine, and matriculation in the Univ. is open only to students of those 
institutions : in the case of an associated Theological College, only to students 
who are graduates of an approved University. The Univ. prescribes con- 
ditions under which it awards initial degrees to students of the Colleges and 
of the School of Med. and conducts the final examns. An Academic Advisory 
Committee deals with the conditions on which School Leaving certificates are 
accepted by the Univ. for matriculation, and as relieving a student from re- 
peating in College work done in Secondary Schools, and with other matters 
lying in the borderland between School and Univ. 

ADMISSION. See Appendix XXII. 

DEGREES. B.A., M.A, D.Litt.; BSc., M.Sc., D.Sc.; B.Tech.; B.Mus., 
M.Mus., D.Mus. ; LL.B., LL.M., LL.D. ; M.B., B.Ch., M.D., M.Ch. ; B.D., 
D.D.; Ph.D. 

For a first degree 3 yrs. of study are required ; in Technology i yr. in 
an approved technological institution. The degree in Med. is only open to 
a graduate in Arts or Science of some British or approved colonial or foreign 
Univ. , the period of qualification is 6 yrs., of which the last 3 may be 
spent in an approved School of Med in the U.K. or in one of the Umvs. of 
Paris, Berlin, Vienna, or the Johns Hopkins Univ. The degree of B.D. (3 
yrs.' course) is post-graduate ; study is pursued in one of the Associated 
Theol. Colls, (v. supra) or at the School of Theol. of the University Coll. of N. 
Wales, Bangor. Study for an Honours degree in Arts, Science, Music, or Law 
ordinarily covers 4 years. The M.A., M.Sc., and LL.M. may be awarded to 
graduates of other Univs. approved for this purpose who pursue a scheme of 
research for at least 2 yrs. in one of the constituent Colls. As regards Ph.D., 
see p. 14. 

Diplomas in Educn. (post-grad. Diploma); Public Health (DP.H)' 
Tuberculous Diseases (T.D.D.) ; in Agric. Sci. and in Forestry. 

FEES : Matricn., 3 ; examns. qualifying for Bachelor degree, from 6 : 155 
Master, 8 ; Ph.D., 12 ; higher Doctorates, 20. 

POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS, ETC. The Univ. has funds amounting to 
over 5000 p.a., including the income of a capital sum of 20,000 given by the 
late Dr. Samuel Williams of Llanelly, Carms., for the encouragement of re- 
search. In addition to 6 Fellowships (annual value 200 each), one of which 
is Dr. Samuel Williams Fellowship, tenable for 2 yrs,, it awards 12 or more 
studentships, 8 of which named Dr. Samuel Williams Studentships on the 
nomination of the Colls, to students who after graduation engage in work 
preparatory to research for 2 yrs. Grants to assist research into Welsh Ian- 



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guage, institutions, etc., are made, preferably to members of the Univ., from 
the T. Ellis Memorial Fund (capital 1574). See also Appendix XXIII. 16. 

PRIZES. The Roberts Welsh Reading Prise (bound books value 3 : ss } ; The 
Sir Samuel Evans Prize (c. 40) for the most proncient student in the Hons. 
examns. in Law ; The Pnnce Llywelyn ap Gruffydd Memorial Pnze (a bronze 
medal and bound books value 2 : zos.) for the best M.A. dissertation on a sub- 
ject relating to the hist, of Wales or the Welsh Marches ; The Brough Pnze in 
Logic and Psychology (about 40) for the best M.A. dissertation on a subject 
within the province of Logic or Psychol. ; The John Maclean Pnze (silver 
medal and bound books, value 2 : los.) for the most proncient student in the 
degree examns. in Obstetr. and Gynaecol. ; The Willie S eager Prizes in Medicine, 
Surgery, and Pathology and Bacteriology (a gold medal and books value 4), 
for the most proficient students in the degree examns. in Med., Surg., and 
Pathol., and Bacteriol. respectively ; TheHywel Dda Pnze (20) awarded to the 
person who has by work published within the preceding 5 calendar yrs. done 
most to advance the study of ancient Welsh law and custom, or thrown most 
light upon its origins and history ; The Sir Ellis Griffith Memorial Prtse (hooks 
value 5 and a money prize of 10), awarded to the person who has by work 
published within the preceding 3 calendar yrs produced the best work dealing 
with Welsh Lit., the arts and crafts of Wales, or with artistic work produced 
by Welshmen. 

PUBLICATIONS : Calendar (Oct.), 4S. 6d. post free. Courses in Div. and in 
Mus., and Matricn. and Degree Regns., free. Matricn. Examn. Papers, 6d. 
Degree Papers : Arts, 6s., Science, 55., Medicine, is., Theology, gd. Bulletin 
of Board of Celtic Studies, 55. Publns. of the Council of Music. The best 
account of the early history of the Univ. is in The University of Wales, by W. 
Cadwaladr Davies and W. Lewis Jones (F. E. Robinson & Co.). The intro- 
duction to the Report of the Royal Commission on Univ. Education in Wales, 
1918, is., contains a valuable summary of the history of the University up to 
1918. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS. A Supplemental Charter was granted by H.M, 
the King on Nov. 27, 1931, providing for the institution of the Welsh National 
School of Medicine as a School of the Univ., and for the recognition of Schools 
of Theology at the Collegiate centres. The Welsh National School of Medicine 
began to function as an independent School on July i, 1931. A new grade of 
Univ. teacher instituted, with the title of Reader. Amended regulations for 
the Univ. Diploma in Education approved. The Univ. Registry has been 
extended. The office of the Council of Music is now located in the Univ. 
Registry. 

RETIREMENTS. Prof. J. Gibson (Philos.), Univ. Coll. of N. Wales ; Prof. W. 
Jenkyn Jones (Philos.), Univ. Coll. of Wales, Aberystwyth ; Prof. W. Phillips 
(Educn.), Univ. ColL of S. Wales and Mon. ; Prof. Sir Ewen J. Maclean (Obstet. 
and Gynaecol.), Welsh Nat. Sen. of Medicine. 

RESIGNATIONS. Prof. J. F. Mountford (Latin), Univ. Coll. of Wales, 
Aberystwyth, on appt. to Liverpool Univ. Prof. C. K. Webster (Internatl. 
Politics), Univ. Coll. of Wales, Aberystwyth, on appt. to the London Sen. of 
Econs. 

HONORARY DEGREES. MA. Mr. Richard Bennett, Mr. Wilfrid J. Hemp, 
Mr. Robert Owen. D.D. Rev. Hywel Cernyw Williams. Z,Z,.Z>. The Rt. 



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Hon. Lord Atkin of Aberdovey, Mr John M. Mitchell, Dr. Albert H. Trow. 
D.Litt. Mr. John Masefield, Prof. H. Pedersen. 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 3122 ; graduates pursuing additional initial 
degree courses, 136, graduates engaged in research work, 131, graduates pur- 
suing courses of training in Education, 235 ; undergraduates preparing for first 
degree, 2271 ; other full-time students, 349. Part-tune students, 320. 

DEGREES. B.A., 301 ; B.Sc., 193 ; B.Mus., 4 J LL.B,, 10 ; M.B., B.Ch., 7 ; 
B.D., 10 , M.A., 36 ; M.Sc., 38 ; Ph.D., 12 , D.Sc., 4 ; M.D., 3. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, 
ABERYSTWYTH 

PRESIDENT OF THE COURT OF GOVERNORS AND OF THE COUNCIL 
The Rt Hon LORD DAVIES, M A , LL.D. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS The Rt. Hon. the EARL OF LISBURXE ; D. C. 

ROBERTS, Esq., J.P. 

PRINCIPAL H. STUART JONES, M.A., D Litt., F.B.A. 
VICE-PRINCIPAL Prof. G. A. SCHOTT, D.Sc., F.R.S. 
SECRETARY E. B. HICKS, A.S A.A. 
ACADEMIC SECRETARY G J. WALKER. 
LIBRARIAN ARTHUR AP GWYNN, M.A. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Agriculture, v. infra 
Arabic, v. Hebrew 

"Botany 

Newton," Mrs. L., Ph.D. Prof. 

Chater, E. H., B Sc Lond., M.Sc. 

Lectr. & Demr. 

Carter, P. W., M.Sc. Asst. Lectr. 
Hnbbard, Madeline, B.Sc. Lond. 
Demr. 

Celtic PhiloL and Palesog, 
Lewis, Timothy, B.A., MA. 
Mane. Reader. 

Chemistry [Prof. 

James, T. C , M.A. Camb., D.Sc. 

Senr. Lectrs. : 

Bury, C. R., B.A , B.Sc. Ox. 
Hndleston, L. J., B.Sc. Lond. 

Asst. Lectr. & Demr. : 
Williams, D. Matthew, Ph.D. 
Davies, D. G., Ph.D. Pt.-time Asst. 

Classics 

Wood, E. J, M.A. Aberd. and 
Camb. (Latin) Prof. 

Jenkins, E. D. T., M.A. Ox. 

(Greek) Indept. Lectr. 
Bensly, E., M.A. Camb. 

(Med. and Renaissance 
Latin) Spl. Lectr. 



Baillie-Reynolds, P. K., M .A. Ox. 
(Ancient Hist.) Lectr. 
Asst. Lectr. : 
Duff, A M., M A., B.Litt. Ox. 

Economics and Pol. Science, v. 

also Politics 

Forrester, R. B., M.A. Ed., 
M.Com. Mane. Prof. 

George, Percy, M A , M Sc. Lectr. 
Moms, J , B Sc. Lond. Asst. Lectr. 
Bowley, Marian E. A,, B.Sc. 

Temp. Asst. Lectr. 
Education 

Chappie, C. R., M.A. Lond. Prof. 
Roberts, Dorothy E., M.A. Lectr. 
Pinsent, A., M.A. Lond., B.Sc. 

Lectr. 
Lectrs. : 

Jones, Gwenan, M.A., Ph.D. Minn. 
Green, G. H., M.A., B.Sc., Ph.D. 

Lond., BXitt. Ox. 
Asst. Lectrs. : 
Edwards, Ifan ab O., M.A 
Creed, Rachel M., M.A. Ox. 
Bassett, F. Pfc.-time Asst. 

Jones, Dan R., M.A., A.R.C.A., 
A.M.C. Art Master. 

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English Language and Lit. 
Atkins, J \V. H , M.A. Camb. and 
Lond. Rendel Prof. 

Winstanley, Lilian, M A Mane. 

Sr. Lectr. 

Palmer, J. L , B A Camb, 
Earnshaw, J., M A Mane. 

Asst Lectrs. 
French Lang, and Lit. and 

Romance Philol. 
Barbier, J. L. A., L. es L. Paris 

Prof 

Thomas, A. B., D. de 1'U Lyon, 

M.A. (Phonetics) Sr. Lectr. 

Phillips, Eva M., M.A. Lectr. 

Delemar, V. Pt -time Asst. 

Geography and Anthropology, v. 

also Ocean. 
Forde, C D , B.A , Ph.D. Lond. 

Prof. 
Whitehonse, W E., M Sc. 

(Geog.) Special Lectr. 
Bowen, E. G., 3M A. Asst. Lectr. 
g, W., M.A. Mane. Asst. Lectr. 



Geology 

Lewis, H. P., M.A., Camb. Prof. 

Challinor, J., M.A. Camb. Lectr. 

Platt, J. L, M.Sc. Mane. Lectr. 

German 

Evans, David, M.A. Indpt. Lectr. 
Rees, Hermia, M.A. Asst. Lectr. 
Schenk, L., Ph.D. Pt.-time Asst. 
Edwards, Handel, B.A. 

Pt.-time Asst. 

Hebrew and Arabic 
...... Prof. 

History, v. also Classics 
Treharne, R. F., M.A., Ph.D. 
Mane. Prof. 

Herbert, Sydney, M.A. 

(Mod. Hist.) Lectr. 

History, Colonial [Prof. 

Roberts, T. Stanley, M.A. Camb. 

History, Welsh 

Lewis, E, A., D.Sc. Lond., M.A., 
D.Litt. 

Sir John Williams Prof. 



Law, English 

Levi, T. A, M.A, BCL. Ox, 
LL.B. Lond. Prof. 

SpL Lectrs. : 

Evans, J Victor, M.A Ox. 
Wing, R A , B A , LL.B Camb, 
Lewis, Vyrnwy J , B.A , LL.B. 
Wales and Lond. Asst Lectr. 

Logic and Philosophy 
Aaron, R. I., D Phil. Ox., M.A. 

Prof. 
Davies, Dan, Ph.D. Glas., M.A. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Mathematics, Applied 

Schott, G. A., B.A Camb., D.Sc. 

Lond., F.R.S. Prof. 

Sutton, W. G. L., M.A. Ox. Lectr. 

Lewis, Thos., M.Sc. Asst. Lectr. 

Mathematics, Pure 
Morton, V. C., M.A. Ox. 

Indpt. Lectr. 

Sutton, W. G. L., M.A. Lectr. 
Williams, D R, Ph.D.Stras.,M.A. 
Asst. Lectr. 
Music 

de Lloyd, David, Mus.D. Dub, 

B.A., Mus.B. Prof. 

Clements, Charles, B.Mus., 

F.R.C.O. Asst. Lectr. 

7 Assts. 

Oceanography 

Jenkins, J. Travis, D.Sc. Lond., 
Ph D Kiel, D.Sc. Hon. Lectr. 

Pal&ography 
Lewis, Prof. E. A. Lectr. 

Philosophy, v. Logic 

Physics 

Owen, Gwilym, M.A. Camb., M.Sc. 
Mane., D.Sc. Liv. Prof. 

Asst. Lectrs. & Demrs. : 
Davies, R. M., M.Sc. 
Jones, I. C., M.Sc. 
Stephens, E., M.Sc., Ph.D. 

Politics, Internat. 
Greene, J. D., M.A. Harv. 

Wilson Prof. 



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Asst. Lectrs. (Part-time) : 
Vranek, J F , Ph D Prague 
Vranek, Mrs L. F., B Sc (Econ ) 

Lond. 

Welsh [Prof. 

Parry- Williams, T.H ,M A. Wales, 

B Litt. Ox., Ph D. Freib. 
Jones, D. J. Gwenallt, M.A 

Asst Lectr. 

Welsh History, v. History, Welsh 
Welsh Literature 
Jones, T. Gwynn, M A. Prof. 

Zoology, v. also Ocean. 
Laurie, R. D., M.A. Ox, Prof. 
Watkin, E. E , Ph.D. Lectr. 

Rees, Florence G., Ph.D. 

Asst. ectr. 
Jenkins, J. R. W., M.Sc. 

Spl. Lectr. in Entomology. 

Agriculture 

Griffith, J. J., B.Sc. Prof- 

Phillips, R., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Agric. Botany 

Stapledon, R G., C.B.E., M.A. 
Camb. Prof. 

Sampson, Kathleen, M.Sc. Lond. 

Lectr. 

Poulter, Annie A., B.Sc. Reading 
Asst. Lectr. 
Agric, Chemistry 

Fagan, T. W., M.A. Camb., FJ.C. 

Prof, and Advisory Chemist. 

Davies, R. O., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Agric. Economics 
Ashby, A. W., M.A. Ox. 

Prof, and Adviser. 
Howell, J. Pryse, M.Sc. 

Asst. Adviser. 
Jones, W. H., B.Sc. Technl. Asst. 

Marketing Assts. : 
Davies, J. Llefelys, M.Sc. 
Williams, J. Glynne, M.S. Wise., 
B.Sc. 



Agric. Zoology, v. Zool infra 

Advisory Dairy Bacteriologist : 
S. B. Thomas, M.Sc. 

Advisory Entomologist : 
J. R. W. Jenkins. 

Advisory Mycologist : 
D. W. Davies, B.Sc. 
Instructors in . Dairying, Vet. 
Hyg., Land Surveying, Agric. 
Book-keeping and Agric. 
Engin. 

Plant Breeding Station 

Stapledon, Prof. R. G., C.B.E,, 
M.A. Camb. Director. 

Investigators : 
Jenkin, T. J., M.Sc. 
Williams, R. D,MSc. 
Jones, E. T., M.Sc. 
Jones, LI. I., B.Sc. 
Davies, Win., M.Sc. 
Evans, Gwilym, B.Sc. 

Plant Physiologist : 
H. G. Chippendale, M.Sc. Mane. 

Grassland Adviser : 
M. T. Thomas, B.Sc. 

Assts. : 

Beddows, A. R., M.Sc. 
Milton, W. E. J , N.D.A. 
Jones, T. E , N D.A. 
Silow, R. A , B.Sc. Reading, M.Sc. 
9 County Organizers. 

University Extension 
Morgan, Herbert, M.A. Ox., B.A. 
Director of Extra-mural Studies. 

Residential Tutors : 
Lewis, D. Hughes, B.A. 
Griffiths, T. Hughes, M.A. 
Jones, T. Hughes, M.A. 
23 Tutors. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Founded in 1872, the College was incorporated by Royal Charter in 1889, 
and is a constituent College of the Univ. of Wales. Its main building and 
Students' Hostels are on the sea front, facing Cardigan Bay* 



260 WALES 

LIBRARIES. College, 70,000 vols., including the collection of Sir John 
Rhys. Access to the National Library of Wales, founded in 1907, 420,000 vols., 
rich in Welsh and other Celtic books and MSS. MUSEUMS : Arcbaeol., Bot., 
Chem., Ethnog., Geog., GeoL, Zool., Gallery of Crafts. The Chemistry 
LABORATORIES, erected in 1907, are the most complete in Wales. Agnc. Expl. 
and Plant-breeding Stations and Training Farm. 

FACULTIES. Arts, Science, Rural Sci., Law, Music. Departments : Agri- 
culture, Teaching (Elem. and Secondary), Art and Handicraft, Extra-mural, 
Phonetics. A special feature is the ample provision for instruction and research 
in Agriculture. 

Courses in Arts, Science, Rural Sci., Law, Music, for Degrees of the Univ. of 
Wales. 

College Diploma courses : Agnc., 3 yrs. ; Dairying, 2 yrs. ; Music, 2 yrs. ; 
Geography, i yr. ; Biology, i yr. ; Art, i yr. ; Handicraft, i yr. ; Social 
Hygiene, i yr. 

Courses in Science meet the requirements of the first year of Medical study 
aad the examns. of the Pharmaceutical Society. 

Post-graduate courses (i yr.) for Teachers (Elem. and Secondary), and in 
Agric. 

RESEARCH work is systematically carried on in Agric. Botany and Agric. 
Chem. (whole-time Research Botanist, Chemist, Entomologist, Mycologist, and 
Dairy Bacteriologist), Chem., GeoL, Geog., Physics, Zool., English, "Welsh, 
Welsh History, Philos., Maths., Economics, History. 

FEES for tuition in Arts, 15 per session ; Science, 20 ; Registration, i ; 
Research students, 6 to 10 gs. 

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR GRADUATES. 5 for Research, value 25 to 150, open to 
students of the College. See also under Univ. TRAVELLING SCHOLARSHIPS 
for visiting Continental institutions, total, 500. Grant varies according to 
expenses incurred. RESEARCH STUDENTSHIP. 200 in Dept. of International 
Politics. Sir John Williams Research Studentships for Welsh Studies. 

RESIDENCE. Board and lodging at Women Hostels : 50 to 62 gs. per 
session. Accommodation in Hostels for 300 women. 

A MEDICAL SCHEME is compulsory on all full-time men and women students 
on payment of a capitation fee of tos. per session. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION. Local lectures and short courses in Agric. 
subjects ; Travelling Dairy School ; Tutorial Classes in Econ., Lit., Hist., 
Welsh, Psychology, etc. ; Summer School annually in Aug. The Advisory 
Staff of the Dept. of Agric. give advice to farmers and fruit growers. 

AFFILIATION. The Coll. is recognized by Ox. and Camb., and by Edin. and 
N.U.I., by the R.C.P. and S. Eng. and the R.C.S.I., the F.P. & S. Glas., the 
R.C.P.L and the R.C.S.I., the Inst. Chem., and the Surveyors* Instn. 

PUBLICATIONS : Prospectus (Oct.) ; Reports (Jan.), is. 6d. ; Aberystwyth 
Studies ; Students' Magazine, The Dragon ; Inaugural Lectures. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. For the Plant Breeding Station Imperial Chemical In- 
dustries, Ltd., 150, Sir Ernest Debenham, 100, the Dinam Charity, 100, Mr. 
D. Owen Evans, 100, The Davis Bryan Trustees, 100, Mr. S. M. Bligh, 50, 
Mr. J. P. Morgan, 50 ; Mr. J. Davies Bryan, Music Scholarship, 25 ; His 
Grace the Duke of Westminster, 13 ; other gifts, 70. 



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PUBLIC LECTURES were delivered by the Very Rev. W. Ralph Inge a Prof. 
R. S. Conway, Prof. C. K. Webster, Prof. R. B. Forrester, Dr. F. W. Aston, the 
Rt. Hon. Sir Austen Chamberlain. 

TRAVELLING SCHOLARSHIP FUND. About 42 awards, amounting to upwards 
of 500, were made to students and Members of Staff to enable them to visit 
Continental countries during the Easter and Summer Vacations. 

VISITS OF TEACHERS. The following members of the Staff lectured at other 
Colls, of the Univ. Prof. J. F. Mountford (Latin) ; Prof. C. K. Webster (Int. 
Politics) ; Prof. T. Gwynn Jones (Welsh Lit.) ; A. Pinsent (Educ.) ; S. Herbert 
(Hist.) ; and members of other Colls, of the Univ. lectured at this Coll. Prof. 
R. C. M'Lean (Botany) ; Ifor Williams (Welsh) ; Edna Purdie (German). 

RESIGNATIONS. Vice-Principal E. Edwards ; Prof. W. Jenkyn Jones 
(Philos.) ; Prof. J. F. Mountford (Latin), appointed Prof, of Latin, Univ. of 
Liverpool; Prof. C. K. Webster (Internat. Politics), appointed Prof, of 
Internat. Hist., Univ. of London ; Miss M. G. Rowlands (Education) ; J. D. 
Williams (Librarian) ; F. Bassett (Education) ; C. G. Dobbs (Botany). 

STUDENTS. Full-time, 774 ; graduates, 25 ; preparing for first degree, 625 ; 
other full-time, 124. Part-time and occasional, 27. Pre-matriculation, 45. 
Extra-mural, 714. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. B.A., 105 ; B.Sc., 69 ; LL.B., 10 ; M.A., 14 ; Ph.D., 
4; M.Sc., 9. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NORTH 
WALES, BANGOR 

PRESIDENT The Rt. Hon. LORD GLADSTONE OF HAWARDEN. 

CHAIRMAN OF THE COUNCIL H. R. DAVIES, M.A., LL.D., J.P. 

PRINCIPAL D. EMRYS EVANS, M.A., B.Litt. 

SECRETARY AND REGISTRAR W. P. WHELDON, D.S.O., M.A., LL B. 

LIBRARIAN T. RICHARDS, M.A., D.Litt. 

WARDEN OF THE WOMEN STUDENTS MURIEL ORLIDGE DAVIS. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Agriculture 

White, R. G., M.Sc Leeds Prof. 
Roberts, E. Jones, M.A., M.Sc. 

Lectr. 

Montgomerie, R. F., B.Sc., 
Ph.D., F.R.C.V.S. 

Vet. Advisory Officer. 
Rowlands, W. T., M.R.C.V.S. 

Asst. Vet. Adviser. 
Ashby, A. W., M.A. 

Spl. Lectr. in Ag. Econ. 
Hickson, Miss P. 

Dairy Bacteriologist. 
Currie, J. F. 

Supervisor of Seed Po- 
tato Scheme. 

Lectrs. in Bldg. Constn., Book- 
keeping, Vet. Hygiene. 
County Staffs : 5 Organizers , 
Instructors in Cheesemaking, 
Dairying, Horticulture and 
Poultry-keeping. 

Agric, Botany [Indpt. Lectr. 
Roberts, R. Alun, Ph.D. 
Whitehead, T., M.Sc., Ph.D., 
A.R.C.S. 
Adviser in Plant Pathology, 

Agric* Chemistry [Prof. 

Robinson, G. W., M.A. Camb. 
McLean, W., B.A., B.Sc., 

A.R.C.S.L, A.LC. Lectr. 

Williams, Rice, M.Sc. Asst. Lectr. 
3 Res. Assts. 



Agrtc. Entomology [Adviser. 
Davies, W. Maldwyn, Ph.D. Lond. 

Applied Electricity and Hydro- 
Electric Engineering 
Williams, W. E., B.Sc. 

Indpt. Lectr. 
Marriott, E. N., M.Eng. Shef. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Botany 

Thoday, D., M.A. Camb. Prof. 
Davey, A. Jane, M.Sc. Lond. 

Lectr 
Woodhead, N,, M.Sc. Mane. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Chemistry 

Simonsen, J. L., D.Sc. Mane., 
F.R S., F.I.C. Prof. 

Bradfield, A. E., Ph.D. Lectr. 
Soper, F. G., D.Sc., A.I.C. 

Lectr. in Physical C. 

Asst. Lectr. & Demr. : 
Cahn, R. S., M.A. Camb., Ph.D. 
Frankf., A.LC. 

Classics,, v. also Theol. 
Hudson-Williams, T., M.A., D.Lit. 

Lond. (Greek) Prof. 

Thomson, H. J,, M.A., D.Litt. 

St. And. (Latin) Prof. 

Lees, Miss M. E,, M.A. Viet. 

(Latin) Lectr. 

Browne, R. A., M.A. Wales, Ph.D. 

Camb. Asst. Lectr. 



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Economics 
Rees, J. Morgan, M A. 

Indpt Lectr. 
Jolliffe, Miss M. F., M.A. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Education 

Archer, R L., M A. Ox. Prof. 

Paterson, Ahce, M.A Edin , Ph D. 

Jena Lectr 

Thomas, Miss M. Lectr. 

Williams, Ivor, B Sc. Lectr. 

Low, H. R., M.A , B.Sc., Ed B. 

Glas. Asst. Lectr. 

Instructors in Drill, Handwork, 

and Rural Sc. 

English Lang, and Lit. 

Wright, H. G., M A. Viet. Prof. 

King. R. W., M.A. Lond. Lectr. 

Davies, C., M A. Wales Lectr. 

Forestry 
Thomson, T., M.Sc. Indpt. Lectr. 

French and Rom. PhiloL [Prof. 

Fynes-Clinton, O. H., M.A. Ox. 

Cariou, Mile. H., L. es L. Lectnce. 

Briggs, E. R., M A., Ph.D. Camb. 

Asst. Lectr. 

German and Teut. Philol. 
Purdie, Edna, M.A. Liv., D Lit 

Indpt. Lectr. 
Hirsch, Frln. Karola Lektor. 

History, v. also Theol. 
Lloyd, J. E., M.A., DXitt. Ox. 

Emer. Prof. 

Dodd, A. H., M.A. Ox. Prof. 

Thomas, J. Alun, M.A. Wales, 
Ph.D. Lond. Lectr. 

Pierce, T. J., M.A. Liv. 

(Medieval H.) Asst. Lectr. 

Logic and Philosophy, v. also 

Theol. 

Campbell, C. A., M.A. Glas. Prof. 
Lewis, Miss G. A , M A. Lectr. 
Stout, A. K., M.A. Ox. Lectr. 

Mathematics 

Berwick, W. E. H., MA., Sc.D. 
Camb. Prof. 



Phillips, E. G., M.A Camb , M.Sc. 
Mane. Lectr. 

Shepherd, W M , M.Sc. Lond 

Asst. Lt-ctr. 
Music 

Davies, E. T . F.R C.O Director. 
5 Executants and Teachers. 

Philosophy, v. Logic and Theol. 

Physics 

Owen, E. A, M.A. Camb., D.Sc. 
Lond., F.Inst.P. Prof. 

Mainstone, P. A., M Sc. Bris. 

Lectr. 
Jones, H. Irvon, M.Sc Lectr. 

Asst. Lectr. & Demr : 
Thomas, Elfed, Ph.D. 

Semitic Languages 

Robertson, E., M.A , D.D., D.Litt. 

St. And. Prof. 

Evans, Rev. Principal J, T., M.A., 

B.D. Spl. Lectr. 

Theology, v. also Semitic Langs. 
Spl. Lectrs. : 
Jones, Rev. Principal J. M., M.A. 

(Church Hist.). 
Simon, Rev. G., M.A. (Pnilos. 

Theism). 
Daniel, J. E., M.A. (Philos. of 

Religion). 
Jenkins, Rev. Prof. J. Gwili, M.A., 

BXitt. 
Richards, T., M.A., D litt 

Welsh 

Williams, Ifor, M.A. Prof. 

Parry, R. W., M.A. Lectr 

Parry, T., M.A. Lectr. 

Welsh History 

Jenkins, R. T., M.A., LL.B. 
Camb., B.A. Indpt. Lectr. 

Zoology 

BrambeU, F. W. Rogers, B.A., 
Ph.D. Dub., D.Sc. Lond. 

Prof. 
Jackson, L H., B.Sc. Lond. 

Asst. Lectr. 



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University Extension ^ A Half -time : Parry, R. 

W., M.A. ; Pierce, T. Jones, 

Whole-time Lectrs. : Jones, E. J., M.A Many other members of 

M.A. ; Rogers, E , M.A ; the Staff give single courses or 

Parry, O., M.A. ; Jones, A. E., combine in giving a series. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

This College, constituted by Royal Charter in 1885, was made a constituent 
College of the University in 1893. 

LIBRARIES. General, 100,000 vols. (Theology a strong feature). Welsh, 
50,000, including the largest and best-equipped collection of Welsh periodicals 
in existence. MUSEUMS include : (a) a Zoological section comprising a large 
collection of vertebrate and invertebrate animals and a collection of human 
bones representative of the different races of mankind ; (&) a collection of 
Welsh domestic and agricultural bygones together with Roman finds from 
Segontium and Capel Curig. FARM, 675 acres, chiefly sheep pasturage. Dairy. 

Special faculties are offered for research ui Welsh Lang, and Lit., Political, 
Social, Econ., and Religious Hist, of Wales, and allied subjects. 

COURSES. B A. decrrec courses include among others a " special scheme 
of study based on the idea of citizenship." There are courses in Theology for 
B.D. degree, and full courses for the B.Sc. in Agnc. and Rural Economy, 
Forestry, Applied Electricity and Hydro-Electrics, as well as in Pure Sc. 
College Diploma courses in Agric and in Estate Management (3 yrs.), and in 
Forestry and Elec. Engineering (2 years). The Agric. course is recognized by 
the Surveyors' Instn. as qualifying for Students* Proficiency examn. Courses 
for College Certificates (2) in Music. Other courses : First year of Med. study ; 

1 yr. post-graduate course for Teachers (Elem. and Secondary) ; for Kinder- 
garten Certif. Elem. i yr., Higher 2 yrs. and i term. 

FEES. Registration, i g. per session. Tuition, per session : Arts, 15 ; 
Kindergarten, 20 ; Science, 20 ; Medicine, ist year (including lab.), 22 ; 
Post-graduate courses, non-lab., 6 gs. ; with lab., 10 gs. ; Agric., etc., diploma 
course, winter session, 15 : 155. (2 terms) ; Farm Practical Instruction, 5 (or 

2 gs. a term). College societies (compulsory), i : 128. 

SCHOLARSHIPS, ETC., FOR GRADUATES. Several College awards ranging in 
value from 25 to 100, open to students of the College. Loan fund (150) for 
helping poor students to complete courses ; also University Studentships of 100 
and Fellowships of 250. See under Univ. 

RESIDENCE. Hostels for 35 men (47 p.a.) and 180 women (49-6i). 
Total cost of living in lodgings and tuition in Bangor, from 70 to 80 per 
session. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION, ETC. Local lectures in Literature, Ecou., and 
Agric.; small lending libraries; Tutorial and Preparatory Classes in six 
counties. The Advisers in Agriculture conduct experiments and give expert 
advice to fanners and others. 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar (Sept.), 23. 6d. ; Students? Handbook, is.; 
College Magazine, one issue per term, is. ; Prospectus free. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. The fund raised to commemorate the long association of 
the Rt. Hon. David Lloyd George with the Caernarvonshire boroughs was 



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transferred by him to the College and augmented by him. to 1500 for a research 
scholarship in Welsh History. 150 from the Pilgrim Trust as a loan fund to 
assist necessitous students. 

DEVELOPMENTS. A permanent observatory in Ffriddoedd completed. A 
retiring room for women students in the Science depts. provided. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION. 24 Tutorial Classes, with 457 students (133 
women), chiefly in Lit., Econ , Social and Pout, studies, and Music ; 8 Pre- 
paratory Classes, with 144 students (64 women), in Lit., Music, Philos., and 
Geol. ; 6 Extension Courses with 126 students (40 women) in Music, Lit., Hist., 
and Econ. ; 2 Terminal Classes in Lit. The Ballard Mathews Lectures were 
delivered by The Very Rev. W. Ralph Inge. Three Art (lantern) lectures were 
given by Mr. S. C. Raines Smith, Director of the City Museum and Art Gallery, 
Birmingham. The special lecturers in the Fac. of Theol. for the session were 
the Rev. K. E. Kirk, M.A., D.D., Trin. Coll., Oxford, and President Sydney 
Cave, Cheshunt Coll., Cambridge. 

RETIREMENT AND RESIGNATION. Prof. J. Gibson (Philosophy), retired. 
Mr. E. R. Hamilton (Education), on appointment as Principal of the Borough 
Road Training Coll., Isleworth. 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 552, including 101 graduates. Part-time : 
total, 37. 

DEGREES. B.A., 66 ; M.A., 9 B.D., 6 ; B.Sc., 43 ; M.Sc., 8 ; Ph.D., 3. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SOUTH WALES 
AND MONMOUTHSHIRE, CARDIFF 

PRESIDENT Maj -Gen. THE LORD TREOWEN, C.B , C.M.G. 
TREASURER DANIEL RADCLIFFE, LL.D., J P. 
PRINCIPAL J. F. REES, M A. Ox., M Com. Birin. 
REGISTRAR D. J. A. BROWN. 
LIBRARIAN S. O. MOFFET, M A. Mane. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, 
Agriculture 

Advisory and Research StafE : 
Rees, J., B.A., M.Sc. (A. Botany). 
Thompson, H. W., M.Sc. Leeds 

(A. Zool.). 

Bisset, N., M.R.C.V.S. (Scot.) 
(Vet. Sc.). 

Anatomy 

West, C. McL., M.C., M.B., B.Ch., 
Sc.D. Dub. Prof. 

Burlend, T. H., M A. Camb., B.Sc. 
Lond. (Histol &Embryol.). 

Lectr. 

Yoffey, J. M., M.Sc., M D. Mane. 
Lectr. 
Demrs : 
Cooke, Robert V., M.B., Ch.B. 

Brist., F.R.C S. 
Rees, W. Esmond, M.D. 
Rogers, Lambert C., M.Sc., 

F.R.C.S. Ed., F.A.C.S. 
Parry, Rupert, M.B., B.S. Lond. 
McSweeney, Evelyn H., B.Sc. 
N.U.I. (Histol. & Embryol.). 

A rohaology [Lectr. 

Nash-Wffliams,V.E. > M.A. (Keeper 

of Dept. of A in Nat. Museum) 

Architecture 

Purchon, W. S., M.A. Lond., 
A.R.I.B.A. Lectr. 

Botany 

McLean, R. C.. M A. Camb , D.Sc. 
Lond., FL.S Prof. 



ETC. 

Dickinson, S , D I C , M Sc Lectr. 
Martin, Mary S., B.Sc. Edin. 

Asst. Lectr. & Demr. 
Hyde, H. A., M.A. Camb (Keeper 
of Bot. in Nat. Museum) 

(Econ. Bot.) Hon. Lectr. 

Chemistry, v. also Phvsiol. 
Jones, W. J., D.Sc. Mane., M.Sc., 
F.I.C., F.Inst.P. Prof. 

Lecturers : 

Bassett, H. LI., M.A. Camb., 
B.Sc. Lond., A.I C. (Organic 
C-) 
Cullinane, N. M., M.Sc., D.Sc. 

N.U.I., F.I.C. 

Bowden, S. T., B.Sc., Ph D. 
Davies, W. Cule, B.Sc., Ph.D. 

Asst. Lectr. and Demr. 

Classics 
Tillyard, H. J. W., MA. Camb., 

D Litt. Edin. (Greek) Prof. 
Grundy, W. W., M.A. Camb., B.A. 

Dub. (Latin) Prof. 

Lectrs. : 

Freeman, Kathleen, M.A. 
Richardson, L. J. D., M A. Dub. 
Evans, Eric, B.A. Wales and Ox. 
Asst. Lectr. 

Economics and Pol. Science 
Roberts, W. J., M.A. Ox. 

Fulton Prof. 

Parris, S. C., B.Sc. (Econ.) Lond. 
Lectr. 



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267 



Education 

Wheeler, Olive A., D.Sc. Lond., 
M Sc. Prof 

Lectrs. : 
Jones, E J , M A. 

Actg. Hd., Training Dept. 

(Men). 
Barke, Ethel M., M.A. Dub., A.M 

Columb. 

Thomas, Nora F., M.A. Mane. 
Amos, A. D , B.Sc. Lond., M A. 
Thomas, R , M.A. Lond. and 

Wales, D Sc. 
Morris, Eliz. M. D., M. A.Lond., B. A. 

Asst Lectrs : 
Sibley, G. V. 
Oppenheimer, Mary. 
Williams, D. E. Parry, B.Sc., 

M.Mus. 
Jackson, Annie, B Sc. Lond. 

Engineering 

Thomas, W. Norman, M. A., D.Phil. 
Ox., M.Sc. Birm. Prof. 

Lecturers : 
Thomas, S., M.Sc. 
Foster, P. F., B.Sc. Lond., M.Sc. 
Aston, K., B.Sc. (Tech.) Mane., 

M.Sc. 

Cassie, W. F., B.Sc., Ph.D. St. 
And., M.Sc. 111. 

Asst. Lectr. & Demr. 
i technical Asst. 

English Lang, and Lit. 
Brett, C., M.A. Ox. Prof. 

McLean, Miss C. M., M.A. Edin. 

Lectr. 

Llewellyn, E. C., M.A., B.Litt. Ox., 

B.A. Lectr. 

Carnegy, F. A. R., M.A Lond., 

D.Phil. Konigsb. Asst. Lectr. 

French 

Watkin, M., M.A., L. es L. Ren., 

Ph.D. Zur., O.I.P. Prof. 

Jones, P. Mansell, M.A., B.Litt, 

Ox. Lectr. 

Merlant, J., L. es L en droit Dijon 

Lecteur. 

Henry, Marguerite, L. es L. Paris 
Lectrice. 



Geolosv 

Cox, A/H., D.Sc Birin., Ph.D. 
Stras Prof 

Heard, A , M Sc. Mane., Ph.D. 

Lectr. 

Dingwall, Miss J. M. M, MA., 
BSc Edm. Lectr. 

German 

Lloyd, M. D. Idwal, M.A. Lectr. 
Schoberth, F. W., Ph D. Erlang. 
Asst. Lectr. 

Histology, v. Anat 

History 

Bruce, H , M.A, Ox. Prof. 

Whale, Miss G. B. M., BA., 
BXitt Ox. Lectr. 

Williams, David, A M. Col , M A. 
Asst Lectr. 
History of Wales 
Rees, Wm., D.Sc. Lond., M A. 

Prof. 

Industrial Relations 
Marquand, H. A., M.A. Prof. 

Law 

Pavies, E.,B.C.L., M.A. Ox. Lectr. 
Evans, C., B.C.L., M.A. Ox. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Mathematics 
Livens, G H., M.A. Camb. Prof. 

Lectrs. : 
Taylor, D. G., M.A. Camb. and 

Glas., D.Sc. Glas. 
Hayden, H. A., M.Sc. Lond., B.Sc. 
Pope, A. H., M.Sc. Lond. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Metallurgy 

Read, A. A., D.Met. ShefL, F.I.C., 

F.C.S. Prof. 

Jones, W. R. D., D.Sc. Lectr. 

J ones, B., M.Sc., A.I.C. Asst. Lectr. 

Mining [Lectr. 

Price, S. W., A.R.SJVL, M.I.M.E. 

Chubb, C. S., B.Sc. Asst. Lectr. 

Music 

Evans, D., Mus.D. Ox. Prof. 

Lloyd, J. Morgan, Mus.Doc. Dub. 
Lectr. 
9 Teachers. 



Philosophy [Prof. 

Scott, J. W., M A., D.Plul, Glas. 

Thorburn, J M , M.A , B.Sc. Edin., 

B.A. Lond. Lectr. 

Physics [Prof. 

Dunbar, R. T., M.A., Ph.D. Edin. 

Lectrs. : 

Young, C. L., B Sc. 
Harker, G. F. H., M.A. Camb. 
Crackston, J. E., M.Sc. Camb., 

M.Sc. Liv. 
Wood,R.G.,M.Sc.Manc.Asst.Lectr. 

Physiology 

Brown, T. Graham, D Sc., M D. 
Edin.,M.R.C.P.I.,F.R.S Prof. 
Pryde, J., B.Sc. St. And., M.Sc. 
(Lectr. m Phybiol. Chem ) 

Asst. Lectr. & Demr. 

Hemingway, A., M.Sc., M.B., Ch.B. 

Leeds Lectr. (Expl. P.). 

Shaxby, J. H., D Sc. Lond., 

FJnst.P, 

Lectr. (Special Sense P.). 
Phelps, H. J., B.A., B.Sc. Ox. 

Asst. Lectr. & Demr. 

Semitic Languages 

Robinson, T. H., M A. Camb., 

D.D. Lond., Hon. D.D. Aberd. 

Prof. 



Rowley, H. H., B.A. Bnst., B.D. 
Lond., B.Litt. Ox. Asst. Lectr. 

Welsh 

Gruffydd, W. J., M A Ox. Prof. 
Williams, G. J., M A. Lectr. 

Morgan, T. J., M.A. Asst. Lectr. 

Zoology & Comparative Anatomy 
Tattersall,W.M.,D Sc Mane. Prof. 

Lectrs. : 

Lloyd, J. H., M Sc. Birm., F.Z.S. 

Sheppard, Edith M., M.Sc., F.Z.S. 

Thompson, H. W., M.Sc. Leeds, 

Adviser in Agr. Zool. (En- 

tomol). 

Training College of Domestic Arts 
for South Wales and Mon- 
mouthshire 
Principal : 

Davies, E. M., B.Sc. Lond., Hous. 
and Soc. Sci. 

7 Teachers. 

University Extension 

Tutors, 31 (including a few 
members of the College Staif). 
Joint Socy. D. J. A, Brown, 
Regr. 



ASSOCIATED INSTITUTIONS 

TECHNICAL COLLEGE, CARDII-F. Principal, C. Coles, B.Sc. 

SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE SCHOOL OP MINKS, TRKFOREST. 
Acting Piincipal, Robert James. 

Both Institutions join with the University College in granting Diplomas, 
v. infra : College Diplomas. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Opened in 1883 and incorporated by Royal Charter in 1884, this is now one 
of the constituent Colleges of the Univ. For early history, are Yearbook, 1020, 

A Supplemental Charter was granted to the College on Jan. si, 1031, ami a 
Charter of Incorporation to the Welsh National School of Mcdiciuo ou R>b. 5, 



Medical students pursue their preliminary medical studios at the Coll and 
their clinical studies at the Welsh National School. 

LIBRARY: Drapers' Company's, 70,000 vols, MUSBUMS: Aunt,, Kool., 
Agric. The National Museum of Wales (Art, Archa?ol, &xl, OreoL, Mot.) 
is located m an adjoining building. LABORATORIES : i*hyic*ii K^MMrch, 
with liquid-air plant, r>tc, ; Engineering (including To<-ton tiling machine); 
and usual Science and Medical teaching and Research labs. 



CARDIFF 269 

FACULTIES. Arts, Science, Theology. Departments : Music, Applied 
Science and Technology, Teaching (Elem. and Secondary) ; Training College 
of Domestic Arts ; Advisory and Research Dept. in Agric. ; Law. 

COLLEGE DIPLOMAS. Engm., Metalliferous Mining, Metallurgy ; Lang., 
Lit., and Hist, of Wales; Econ. and allied subjects; Music, Social Study 
and Training, In the Applied Science subjects the qualifying scheme of 
study covers 3 years ; in the other subjects, 2 yrs. A Diploma in Biology is 
awarded after a one-year's course. A Joint Diploma in Coal Mining is granted 
by the Coll. and the S.W. and Monmouthshire School of Mines, 4 yrs,' 
residence being required. After a 4 yrs.' course students who desire to 
specialize in certain subjects can take a post - diploma course. A Joint 
Diploma in Mech. Engin., Marine Engm., or Industr. Chem. is granted by 
this Coll. and the Cardiff Tech. Coll. after a 3 yrs.' course. 

SCHOLARSHIPS (Prospectus obtainable from the Registrar). One of 60 is 
offered for research by a woman in any faculty, one of 50 (which may be 
increased by a bonus) for Science research. See also under Umv. 

FEES. Annual Composition for tuition Arts, 15 ; Science, 20 ; Music, 
15 ; Applied Science, 30 (Non-associated Counties, 30) ; Medical (first 3 
yrs.), 25 to 35 ; Research, 6 to 10 gs. ; Domestic Arts, 4o-7i ; Registra- 
tion, i g. p.a. 

RESIDENCE. 4 Hostels for women. Sessional Fees, 65 to 75. Board 
and lodging in the City can be obtained at about 2 per week. 

PHYSICAL WELFARE OF STUDENTS. There is an Asst. Lectr. in Physical 
Training who also acts as College Adviser in Physical Training and Games. 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar (Feb.), 2S. ; Students 9 Handbook ; Cap and Gown. 
Information regarding Courses and Careers open to Students of Science. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. 4333 : i6s, for Appeal Fund, which has now reached 
171,902, 335 : ii : 6 for Scholarship and Prizes. 1007 : 15 : 5 for General 
Purposes. 

NKW BUILDINGS. A temporary lecture room for the dcpt. of Physics, and 
two addnl. labs, for the depts. of Bot. and Zool. A refectory and further 
accommodation at the Students' Union Buildings are to be erected at a cost of 
about 8000. 

NEW DEVELOPMENTS. A Faculty of Theology established. A College 
Appointments and Advisory Committee constituted. The official opening of 
the Playing Fields at Caerau on April 30, 1933. 

VISITS OF TEACHERS FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES. The Vice-Chancellor of 
the Univ. of Birmingham, Sir Charles Grant Robertson, lectured on " Great 
Britain and the Problems of Europe in 1932." Prof. Lascelles Abercrombie 
(Bedford Coll., London), lectured on Thomas Hardy's " Dynasts." Mr. Denis 
H. Robertson (Trin. Coll., Cambridge), lectured on " Great Britain and the 
Gold Standard." Prof. Stanley H. Watkins (Univ. Coll., Exeter) lectured on 
** Towards a new Education." 

RETIREMENT AND RESIGNATIONS. Prof. W. Phillips (Educ.), retired; 
Mr. J, E. Barlow (Engin*) ; Mr. E. C N. Strong (Anat.) ; Miss E. M. Greenlces 
(Training Dept.) ; Mile. Vuffiod (French). 

STUDENTS. Full-time, 1137, including 185 graduates. Part-time, 91, 
including 12 graduates. 

DEOREES OBTAINED. B,A., 97 ; B.Sc., 59 > M.A., 7 ; MSc., u ; EhJX, 4 ; 
D.Sc., 3 J M.B., B*Ch., 6 ; M,D., 3 ; Mus,Bac., 4 ; B.D., 3. 



THE WELSH NATIONAL SCHOOL OF 
MEDICINE, CARDIFF 

PRESIDENT The Rt. Rev. THE LORD BISHOP OF MONMOUTH, D.D 
PROVOST Prof. A. W. SHEEN, C.B E , M.S., F.R.C S. 
HON. TREASURER Sir WILLIAM JAMES THOMAS, LL.D. 
SECRETARY S. C. EDWARDS. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC 



(For subjects of first 2 yrs, Anat M 
etc., v. Uruv. ColL, Cardiff) 

Hygiene and Public Health 
Colhs, E. L., M.A., D.M. Ox., 
M.R.C P., M.R C S. 

Mansel Talbot Prof, of 

Preventive Med. 
Lectrs. : 
Williams, E. Colston, MJD. Lond., 

D.P.H.Camb.,F.R.C.S.E. 
Picken, R. M. F., M.B., Ch.B., B.Sc. 

Glas., D.P.H. Camb. 
Morgan, W. Parry, M.A., M.D. 

Camb., B.Sc Lond. 
Sugden, J. H., M.Sc. Mane,, F.I.C. 
Buist, J. J., M.B. Lond. 

(Vaccination) Instr. 
Matena Medico- and Pharmaco- 
logy 

Stevens, W. Mitchell, M.D. Lond., 
F.R.C.P. Lond. Lectr, 

Beatty, J,, M.A., M.D. Dub., 
M.R.C.P. Lond., D.P.H. 

Asst, Lectr, 

Medicine (Med, Unit) 
Kennedy, A. Mills, M.D,, Ch.B. 
Glas., M.R.C.R 

Prof, and Director. 
Davics, Ivor J., M.D., B,S. Lond., 
F.R.C.P. Senr. Asst. 

Junr. Assts, : 
I>hillips, W., M.B., B.Ch. 
Williams, O. Aelwyn, B.Sc., 
M,R.C,S., L.K.CP. 



Ingham, J , A.T.C. Bio-Chemist. 
McCowan, P. K., M.D. ICclin., 
M.RC.P. Lond., D.P.M. Eng. 
(Mental Dis.) Lectr. 
Buist, J. J., M.B. Lond. 

(Forensic M. and Toxi- 

col.) Loctr. 

McSwecney, C. J , M.I) , N.U.T., 
B.Ch., H.A.O., D.IMI, 

(Jnfoc. Dis.) Lcsctr. 

Obstetrics and Gyn&cology 
Strachan, G. L, M.D., Ch.B. (Uas., 
F.R.C.P. I-oncI. f KR.C.S. Eng. 
and Edin., F.C.O.CJ. Prof. 
Collins, li. K. Tc^isoii, M.A., M.D., 
B.C. Camb., K.U.C\S.K. f 
M.R.C.S., L.K.C.P., K.C.O.G, 
Ixctr. 
Assts. : 

Maliphant, R. CJ,, M.I). Lond., 

M.R.C.P., F.H.C.S. 
Evans, M. D. Arwyn, M.B. 
Webster, Helena J., M.B., B.Ch., 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., D.P.H. 



Pathology 
Duguid, J. B., M.D. Aberd. Prof, 
Morgan, W. Parry, M.A., M.D, 
Camb., B.Sc. Jx>nd. 

(Bact.) I^ictr, 

Cough, Jethro, M.IX f M.R.C.S., 

J-.R.C.P. (Path,) Aast. Utctr. 

Hfirrison, C. V., B.Sc., MJi., B.Ch. 



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Evans, E H., M B , B S Lond , 
M B , B Ch Demr. 

Surgery (Surg Unit) 
Sheen, A. W., C.B E , M B , M S. 
Lond , F.R C.S Eng 

Prof and Director. 
Rogers, L. C., M Sc., F.A C.S , 
F.RCS Edin 

Sonr Asst and Asst Dir, 
Cooke, Robert V., M.B , Ch M. 
Brist , F.R C.S. Senr Asst. 
Tarker, A. O., M D , C M. Mane. 

(Orthopaedics) Lectr. 
Tuberculosis 

Cummins, S. Lyle, C.B.. C M.G., 
M.D,, LL D. 

David Davies Prof 

Williams, Enid M , M IX, M R C.S., 

L.R.C P. AbSt. 

Powell, D. A., M.D., B.S Lond., 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Hon. Lcctr. 
Recognized Teachers : 
Brownlee, A., M.D., F.RC.S.E., 

L.R.C.P., L.D.S., D.P.H. 
Davies, William, M R C.S., 

L.R.C.P. 

Gilehrkt, James C., M.D., Ch.B. 
Hilcy, R. Melville, M R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. 

Johnson, A. C., M.A., M.B., B.C. 
Tytlcr, W. H., M.B., B.A. 

Recognized Clinical Teachers and 

Part-time Lecturers 
Anesthetics [Lcctr. 

Greaves, H. Gordon, M.B., B.Ch. 

Dental Surgery 
Spiridion, C., L.1XS. 
McFarkmc, J., M.R.C.S., L.H.C.P., 

L.D.S. 
Murray, A. L,, L.IXS, 



Bcatty, J., M.A., M.D., M.R.C.P., 
IXJML Lectr. 



of Children 
Watkins, A. G., M.D., B.S. Lond., 
RSc., M.R.C.P. Lectr. 



Medicine (In-Patients) 
Stevens, W. Mitchell, M.D., 

F.R.C P. 
Lewis, Cyril, M.D 

Medicine (Out-Patients) 
Davies, Ivor J., M.D , F.R C.P. 
Evans, Herbert T , M.D., M.R.C.P. 
Evans, Abel, M.B , B S., M.R.C P. 

Ophthalmology 
Davies, D. Leighton, M.D , M.S , 

F.R.C.S. Lectr. 

Thomas, J. W. Tudor, M B , M.S. 

Lond , M D , D Sc , F R.C S. 

Oto-Rhino-Laryngology 
Owen, R. D., B.Sc., F.R.C.S. 
Edin, Lcctr. 

Pnchard, A. A., M.D., B.Ch. 

Pathology , Clinical 
Scholberg, H. A., M.B. Lond., 
D.P.H. Camb. 

Physio-Therapy 

Evans, T. Garfield, M.D., B.S., 
D.M R.E. Lectr. 

Radiology 
Rhys, Owen L , M D , B Ch. Lectr. 

Surgery (Tn-Patients) 
Martin, William, M.A., M.B., C.M., 

B.Sc. 
Wade, J. O D., O.BE, M.S., 

F.R.C.S. 
Harries, D. J., M.D , B.S,, D.Sc., 

F.R.C.S. 

Surgery (Out- Patients) 
Hammond, T. E., F.R.C.S. 
Haycraft, J. B , M.C., M.B., Ch.B., 

F.R.C.S. 
loan-Jones, D., M.B., B.Ch., 

F.R.C.S. 

Surgery, Clinical (at City Lodge 

Hospital) 

Harries, D. J., M.D,, B.S., D.Sc., 
F.R.C.S. 

Venereal Diseases 
Rhys, Owen L., M,D., B.Ch. Lectr. 
Watterson, Miss D., M.B., Ch.B. 
Lectr. 



272 WALES 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The Welsh National School of Medicine originated in the institution of 
Depts. in Anat. and Physiol. at the Univ. Coll. of S. Wales and Monmouth- 
shire, Cardiff, in 1893. The Dept. of Mat. Med. and Pharmacol. was instituted 
in. 1898, and the Chair of PathoL and Bacteriol in 1910. The David Davies 
Chair of Tuberculosis and the Manscl Talbot Chair of Prev. Med. were endowed 
in 1921, and in that year Medical and Surgical Units and a Dept. of 01>stet. and 
Gynaecol. were instituted. On Feb. 5, 1931, a Charter of Incorporation was 
granted to the School by H.M. the King in Council. 

The School is recognized by the Univ. of London, and by the Conjoint Board 
of Examns. for the Royal Coll. of Physicians and the Royal Coll. of Surgeons, 
and candidates can pursue their studies for the degrees o( M.B., B.S, (London), 
and for the Diplomas L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. at this School. 

DEGREES AND DIPLOMAS. The School provides courses of study tor the 
degrees of M.B., B.Ch., and for the Tuberculous Dis. Dipl. and the Dipl. in 
Public Health of the Univ. of Wales. 

FEES. Registration Fee, i : is. ; Annual Composition Foe, 25 to 35 ; 
Hospital Practice (4th, 5th, and 6th years), 12 : iss. ; M.B., B.Ch,, 23 : 5s. 
approx. ; M.D., 20 ; M.Ch., 20. 

PRIZES AND MEDALS. " Dr. Price Prize," 50 ; " Alfred Sheen Prize," 5 
" David Hepburn Medal/* " Alfred Hughes Prize," each tenable at the Univer- 
sity College of South Wales and Monmouthshire ; " John Maclean Prb.cs " in 
Obstetrics and Gynaecology (Silver Medal and 2 : xos.) ; " Willie Sealer 
Prize " in Medicine, in Surgery, in Pathology and Bacteriology (Gold Modal 
and 4 each). 

POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS. " Mrs. John Nixon " for Research in Med. 
and Med. Pathol., annually, 150 for i yr. " Loid Merthyr " for res. hi Cancer, 
annually, 200 for i yr. For Cecil Prossw for res. in Tuberculosis and Kwen 
Maclean for res. in Obst and Gynacc. v. App. XXI II. 16. 

TERMS. Oct. 4-Dec. 16, 1932 ; Jan. xo-March 24 ; Apr. K)-June 30, 1933. 
PUBLICATIONS. Prospectus and Regulations (free). 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

RETIREMENTS. F. P. S. Cresswell (Ophthalmol), J, McGnrrity (levers), 
Alfred Howcll (Dis, of Children), W. Kittow (Dental Surg.), R, Strom-OIseu 
(Jr. Asst. Med.). 

STUDENTS. Full-time: total, 234. Part-time: total 141, iuctwlintf 40 
graduates. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. M.B., B.Ch., 6; M.D., 3. Dipktnn&i (Wales) 
T.D.D., 2 ; (Conjoint) L.R.C.P., M.R.&S., 6. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SWANSEA 



PRESIDENT Sir GEORGE BARSTOW, K.C.B. 
PRINCIPAL C. A. EDWARDS, D.Sc., F.R.S. 
REGISTRAR EDWIN DREW. 
LIBRARIAN OLIVE M. BUSBY, M.A. Loud. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Biology 

Mockendge, Florence A., D Sc. 
Loud. Ind. Lectr. 

Rees, T. Kenneth, M.Sc. Lectr. 
Little, Percy A., Ph.D , B.Sc. 

Lectr. 
Chemistry 

Coates, J. E., O.B.E , T).Sc. Birm., 

M.Sc. Prof. 

Hinkcl, L. E., D.Sc. Lond., F.l.C. 

(Organic C ) Lectr. 

Aylmg, E. E., M.Sc. Lond., F.l.C. 

Lectr. 

Hartshorne, N. H , Ph.D Lond., 
M.Sc. Birm. Lectr. 

Classics 

Johnson, S. K., M.A. Camb. Prof. 
Stevenson, J., M.A. Camb. and 
Pnnceton Lectr. 

Hill, H., M.A. Shefl. Lectr. 

Tucker, G. M., B A, Camb. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Education 

Cavenagh, F. A., M.A. Lond. Prof. 
Jones, Idwal, M.A. Lectr. 

Stephens, D, J,, M.Sc. Asst. Lectr. 
Owen, Annie, M.A., D. do 1'U. 
Paris Asst. Lectr. 

Engineering 

Bacon, F,, M.A. Camb. Prof, 
Isaacs, R. G., M.Sc. Bris., B.Sc. 
Lond. (Elec. E.) Lectr. 

Fordham, A. A., B.Sc. Lond. 

(Civ. E.) Lectr. 
Caswell, J. S , M.Sc. Lectr. 

English [Prol 

Thomas, W. D., M.A. Ox,, B.A. 



Taig, T., M.A. Glas. Lectr. 

Westcott, Miss I. M., B.A. Bris., 

B.Litt. Ox. Lectr. 

French 

Williams, Mary, D. de 1'U. Paris, 
M.A , O.A. Prof. 

Diverres, P., M.A. Liv., D. es L. 
Rennes, OS. de Tlnstr. Pub. 

Lectr. 
Pool, Miss E. M., M A., Liv. Lectr. 

Geology and Geography 
Trucman, A. E., D.Sc. Lond. Prof. 
Stuart, A., M.Sc. Durh. Lectr. 
Williams, D. T,, M.A, Lectr. 

Simpson, Brian, B.Sc. Liv. 

Asst. Lectr. 

German [Ind. Lectr. 

Halliday, F. W., M.A. Mane. 
Covcney, Miss D. K., Ph D. Lond. 
Asst. Lectr. 

History [Prof. 

Hughes, E E., M.A. Ox., BA. 
Medlicott, W. N., M.A. Lond. 

Lectr. 
Roberts, Glyn, M.A. Lectr. 

Mathematics 

Richardson, A. R., D.S.O., B.Sc. 
Lond., A.R.C.S. Prof. 

Wxlson, R., M A. Ox. Lectr. 

Littlewood, D. E., M.A. Camb. 

Abst. Lectr. 

Roscnhcad, Louis, Ph.D. Leeds 
and Camb. Asst, Lectr. 

Metallurgy [Prof. 

Edwards, C. A., D.Sc, Mane., F.R.S. 
Tavcrner, L., A.R.S.M., D.X.C. 

Asst, Prol 



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Higgins, R , Ph.D. Glas. Lectr. Davidson, P. M., B.A. Camb., 

Griffiths, Roosevelt, M Sc. Lectr. Ph.D. Lond. Lectr. 

Smith, A. E. W., Ph.D. Birm. Wright, L., M Sc. Shell. Leetr. 

Asst. Lectr. Jones, F. L., M A Ox., D.Hnl. 

Philosophy Asst. Lectr. 

Heath, A. E., M.A. Camb Prof. Welsh 

Stedman, R. E., M.A Brit. Col , Lewis, Henry, M.A. Prof. 

Ph.D. Ed. Lectr. Lewis, Saunders, M.A. Liv. Lectr. 

Acton, H. B., B A Ox. Asst Lectr. Williams, Stephen J., M A. Lectr. 

Physics 

Evans, E. J., D.Sc. Lond., B.Sc , University Extension 

A.R.C S. Prof. Thomas, P. S., M.A. Staff Tutor. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Incorporated by Royal Charter, dated Jan. 21, 1920, the College was made 
a constituent College of the Univ. of Wales by a Supplemental Charter to the 
Univ. on Aug. 13, 1920. The administrative offices, assembly hall, common 
rooms, and refectory, in addition to some of the Science departments, are 
accommodated in a mansion in Singleton Park, presented, together with 19 
acres of land surrounding it and 15 acres for playing-fields, by the Corporation 
of Swansea, which also gave 50,000 towards the cost of Science buildings. 
Extensive laboratories have been erected in the Park, on a site adjacent to 
the mam College building, for the departments of Metallurgy, Engineering, 
Chemistry, and Physics, and a building to accommodate the Arts Departments 
and Library. 

Situated in the heait of a district possessing a long and interesting metal- 
lurgical history and presenting an unrivalled variety of present-day metal- 
lurgical practice, the College oilers exceptional advantages for preparation for 
professional careers in the metallurgical industry. The manufacturers of the 
district, who contribute largely to the support of the College, give the btaff 
and students ample opportunities of keeping in close practical touch with 
manufacturing processes in the works. To ensure th closest possible co- 
operation with the local industries, Advisory Committees in Metallurgy and 
Engineering have been set up. All the College laboratories (Physics, Chem., 
Geol., Biol., Metall , Engin.) are well equipped and include fmc experimental 
plant for instruction and research in combustion engineering. 

FACULTIES. Science and Arts. Departments : Metallurgy and Engineer- 
ing, and Training of Teachers (men and women) for Elem. and Sec* Schools. 

COURSES FOR DEGREES, ETC. Courses (3 yoars) for tho degrees of the 
Univ. in Pure and Applied Science and Arts ; also for the- College diploma** 
m Metall,, Engin., and Mathematical Physics ; and complete Prelim. Science 
Course for medical students and classes in Law for article* I clerks. Kngiiiecrinf* 
students are expected, and, where necessary, helped, to obtain practical ex- 
perience in works during the greater part of the summer vacation. Afternoon 
visits to works are arranged frequently throughout the session. Occasional 
lectures are given by experts on the business, administration and managerial 
side of industrial undertakings. 

FEES. For tuition in Pure or Applied Science, 20 ; Arts, x$ ; Registra- 
tion, i : is. p.a. ; for Research, from 6 to 10 gs. 

RESIDENCE. Hostel for women students. A list of Registered Lodgings ii> 
kept by the Registrar. 



SWANSEA 275 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS, Donations from 15 to 1400 for research, etc. Annual 
Subscriptions, 3920. 

VISITS OF TEACHERS FROM OTHER COLLEGES. Under the scheme of the 
University of Wales for the interchange of teachers, the following lectures were 
given during 1931-33 : Prof. R. C. McLean (Cardiff) on " Some Chemical and Bio- 
logical Aspects of Sea Water* 1 (3 Lectures) ; Dr. F. G. Soper (Bangor) on " Some 
Applications of the Boltzmann Distribution Law and Recent Developments of 
Chemical Kinetics " (5 lectures) ; Prof. W. W. Grundy (Cardiff) on " Lucretius" 
(3 lectures) ; Prof. Norman Thomas (Cardiff) on '* Building Science " (3 
lectures) ; Prof. A. H. Cox (Cardiff) on " Some Aspects of Canadian Geology 
and Geography " (2 lectures) ; Dr. A. Heard (Cardiff) on " Modern Methods 
of Treating Obscure Fossil Plants " (2 lectures) ; Prof. C. K. Webster (Aberyst- 
wyth) on " Some Aspects of the World Crisis " (5 lectures) ; Mr. A. K Stout 
(Bangor) on " Descartes' Philosophy in its Relation to his Physics " (3 lectures); 
Prof. T. Gwynn Jones (Aberystwyth) on " Y Brudiau Cynharaf " (4 lectures) ; 
Prof. W. J. Gruffydd (Cardiff) on " Y Mabinogion a'r Rhamantau " (4 lectures). 

RESIGNATIONS. Mr. H. D. Wcstlakc (Classics), on election to a Research 
Fellowship at St. John's Coll , Cambridge ; Dr. R. I. Aaron (Philos.), on appt. 
to the Chair of Philos. at Univ. Coll. of Wales, Aberystwyth ; Mr. W. Morris 
Jones (Physics), on appt. as Director of Education for the Rhondda L.E.A. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION WORK. 22 Univ. Tutorial Classes and n Prep. 
Classes and 3 University Extension Courses, with 749 students. Many single 
lectures were given by members of the College staff in Swansea and elsewhere. 
The Coal Owners' Univ. Trust Fund provided for 10 short courses of lectures. 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 584, including 98 graduates. Part-time : 
total, 24, including 6 graduates. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. D.Sc., i , Ph.D., 2 ; M.Sc., 7 ; B.Sc., 31 ; B.A., 39 ; 
M.A., 6. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE SOUTH- 
WEST OF ENGLAND, EXETER 

PRESIDENT H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES and DUKE OF CORNWALL, 

K.G. 

DEPUTY PRESIDENT Sir HENRY Y. B. LOPES, Bart., D.L., M.A. 
PRINCIPAL JOHN MURRAY, M.A. Ox., LL.D. Aberd. 
VICE-PRINCIPAL Prof . W. H. LEWIS, M A. Ox. 
REGISTRAR AND SECRETARY A. K. WOODBRIDGE. 
LIBRARIAN H. TAPLEY-SOPER, F.S A , F L A. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, 

Astronomy 

Lockyer, W. J. S., M.A. Camb , 
Ph D Gott., F.R A S. 

Hon Lectr. 

Botany and Horticulture 
Sager, J. L., M.A. Camb , F.L.S. 
Hd. of Dept. 
Gumming, A. M., A R.C.S.I. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Celtic [Hon St Petrock Lectr. 
Jenner, H., M.A. Wales, F.S. A. 

Chemistry [Prof. 

Lewis, W. H., M.A. Ox., F.I.C. 
Bntfcon, H. T. S., D.Sc. Lond., 
D.I.C., F.I.C. 

(Phys. C.) Lectr. 

King, Miss R., M.Sc. Lond. Lectr 
Wray, E. C. (C of Dyestufis) 

Lectr. and Demr. 
Classics 

Fletcher, F., M.A. Ox. Prof. 

Gordon, M. L., M.A., B.Litt. Ox. 

Lectr. 
Heap, G. V. M., M.A. Camb. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Commerce and Economics 

Sykes, J., M.Com. Mane., M.A. 

Leeds Hd. of Dept. 

Baster, A. S. J,, M.Com., B.Sc. 

Lond. Asst. Lectr. 

Cultural Evolution 
Dawson, C., M.A. Ox. Lectr. 



ETC. 

Education and Psychology 
Watkins, S. H., M.A. Wales, Ph.D. 

Leip. Prof. 

Walker, Miss A. J., M.A. Birm , 

B.A. Lond. Lectr 

Mathias,MissS.Y.,M.A.Liv. 

Asst. Lectrs. : 

Tibbie, J. W , B A., M.Ed. Leeds 
Parker-Oxspnng, J. H., M.Sc.Birm. 
Stephenson, Miss E. M , M.Sc. 

Lond. 
Anderson, H. J , M A Eclin., B.A. 

Ox. 
ii Assts. and Pt.-time Lectrs. and 

Instrs. in Teachers' Training 

Dept. 

Elocution and Dramatic, Art 
Ritey, W. A., L.U.A.M. (Kloc.) 

Lectr, 
Ewqhsh 

Horrox, W. L., M.A. Camb. Prof. 
Wright, Miss B. D., M.A. Edin., 
Ph.D. Lond. "Lectr. 

Lloyd, L. J., M.A. Camb. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Dexter, Miss K. M., B.A. Loud. 

Student Lectr. 

Extra-mural Studies [ 1 1 cad . 
Patterson, E. J., M.A. Carab. 

Geography 
Lewis, W. S., M.Sc. Lond. 

Reardon Smith Prof. 



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Clayden, A. W, MA Camb , 
F.G.S. Visiting Director. 

Simkins, Miss E., M A Liv. 

Asst Lectr 

Swainson, Miss B. M , M.A Lond 
Pt -time Asst Lectr 
Geology, Physical 
Howard, F. T., M.A. Ox. Lectr 

History 

Sykes, Rev. N., M A. Leeds, M A , 

D.Phil. Ox Prof. 

Handcock, W. D, M.A Brist., 

BLitt Ox Lectr. 

Greenaway, G. W., M.A. Camb. 

Asst. Lectr. 



Morgan, J. G., M.A. Ox., LL.B. 
Lond. 

Hd. of Dept. & Dir. of 

Legal Studies. 
Roberts, C. H., M.A. Ox. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Turner, R. W., M.A , LL.M. Camb. 
Tutor. 

Turner, R, W., M.A., LL.M. Camb. 
(Book-keeping, etc ) Lectr. 
Parry, H. Lloyd, O.B.E , B.A., 
B.Sc., LL.B. 

(Const. L. and Pub. Ad- 

minisn.) Hon.. Lectr. 
Mathematics 

Brown, T. A., M.A., B.Sc. Edin , 

B.A. Camb., F.R.A.S. Prof. 

Mallison, H. V., M.A. Camb., 

B.Sc. Lond. Lectr. 

Untnank, H, W., M.A. Camb., 

M.A., B.Sc. Lond., F.R.A.S. 

Lectr. 
Constable, K. M., M.A. Ox. 

Part-time Asst. 



Pitt, D M B , B Sc. Lond. Tutor. 

Modern Languages 

Schopp, J. W., M A Lond Prof. 

Wilson, Aileen, M.A. Dub , D dc 

1'U. Paris Asst. Lectr. 

Trudgian, Helen M , L. es L Paris 

Asst. Lectr. 

Macaulay, Eve, MA Ox and 

Birm Asst Lectr 

Salmon, P , L es L. Pans Asst 

Music 
Armstrong, T., M A , D.Mus Ox. 

Hd of Dept. 

Philosophy [Hd of Dept. 

Levme, L, M.A., D.Litt. Glas. 

Phonetics 

Woodbridge, Vera, L.R A.M. 
(Eloc ) Part-time Asst. 

Physics 

Newman, F. H., D.Sc. Lond., 
A.R.C.S., F.InstP. Prof. 
Searle, V. H. L., M.Sc. Lond. 

Lectr. 

Hoare, F. E., M.Sc., Ph D. Lond., 
A.R.C.S. Asst. Lectr. 

Politics, International [Lectr. 
Patterson, E. J., M.A. Camb. 

Zoology 

Harvey, L. A., M Sc. Lond., D.I C, 

Lectr. & Head of Dept. 

Stephenson, Miss E M., MSc. 

Lond. Asst Lectr. 

University Extension 
Chairman of Committee for Ex 
ternal Studies and Joint Hon. 
Sec. for Tutorial Classes : 
E. J. Patterson, M.A. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Founded 1865. Organized as University College, 1901. Incorporated 
1922. 

Classes in Arts, Science, Econ., Com., Law, Music, Agr., Hort., for 
London Univ. degrees and Diplomas. Courses are provided for Elementary 
and Secondary teachers, for entrance into Civil Service, and for the first year of 
Medical study. Provision for special work in English (incl. Phonetics) for 
foreigners for i or more terms. (Prospectus from Registrar.) The Training 



278 ENGLAND 

Dept. is recognized as a Training College for Elem. and Sec. teachers. The 
Royal Albert Memorial Library (60,000 vols.) and Museum are closely associ- 
ated with the College, and the important collections of books and scientific 
material are freely available for advanced students of the College. A Dept. of 
Horticulture was added in Oct. 1929. 

AFFILIATION. The College is affiliated to the Univs. of Ox. and Camb. 
It is recognized by the Camb. Special Board for Med. and the Conjoint Med. 
Board as a place of instruction in Chem., Physics, and Biol., and by the Institute 
of Chemistry for instruction in preparation for its Examns. 

FACULTY BOARDS in Arts, Sci., and Econ. supervise students. 

ADMISSION Matriculated students aged 17 or over, between 16 and 17 by 
special resolution of the Senate. Unmatriculated students must as a rule be over 
1 8 and must satisfy the Senate as to their fitness to profit by the courses. 

FEES. Sessional : Interm. course, Arts or Econ , 25 ; Sci., 30 ; final 
course hi Arts or Econ., 25 ; Sci., 30 ; fees at reduced rate payable by students 
from Devon, Cornwall, Exeter, or Plymouth ; Law, 8 to 16 gs. ; Music (term), 
6 gs. ; for foreign students (term), 6 gs. ; Research, 8 to 14 gs. ; Teachers' 
Training Dept. (Elem and Sec.), 13 ; Registration, 2 (except : Postgrad., 
i ; Law, i . is. ; Music, 25. 6dL a term). 

RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES. For women (a) Hope Hall (54) ; (6) Bradninch 
Hall (60) ; (c) Lopes Hall (13), sessional fee, 58-^63 ; (d) Sandford Hall (30). 
For men (a} Reed Hall (76), sessional fee, ^69-^73 ; (6) Kilmoric Hall (43), 
63 (24 : 153. for students in training) ; (c) Mardon Hall, opened in Jan. 1933 
(80). All students not living at home must reside in one of the Halls of Resid- 
ence. Foreign students residing for i or 2 terms only, 25-^26 : 53. per term. 

SCHOLARSHIPS for graduates : one or two in Sci. annually from Andrew 
Simons Scholarship Fund ; one annually to Mod. Lang, student for study 
abroad, and one annually in Arts tenable at this College or elsewhere. 

PUBLICATIONS. Prospectus, issued (free) in July ; Annual Report (free) in 
Oct. ; the Ram, College Magazine (terminally) ; the College Field Club Pro- 
ceedings ; Guild of Undergraduates' Handbook. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. The Exeter Rotary Club, the sum of 1414 : 7 c i for the 
award of Scholarships. 

NEW BUILDINGS. The building of Mardon Hall for 80 men students is 
nearing completion and will be open in Jan. 1933. The extension of Lopes 
Hall (for women) commenced. Argyle House bought to provide additional 
lecture and staff rooms. 

NEW POSTS. Hon. Professor of the Philosophy of Religion. 

OTHER DEVELOPMENTS. A Delegacy for extra-mural classes established. 

EXTRA-MURAL WORK. 1 2 Tutorial Classes given, attended by 25 8 students ; 
16 Extension Courses, attended by 358 students. 

VISITS OF TEACHERS FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES. Prof. J. C. Ransom, Pro! 
of English (Vanderbilt Univ., U.S.A.), was Visiting Professor at the College for 
one year. 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total 473, including 55 graduates. Part-time : 
total, 176, including 10 graduates and occasional. Extra-mural (Tutorial and 
Extension Classes), 616. Summer School for Foreign Students, 1932, 150. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. B.A., 28 ; B.Sc., 18 ; B.Sc. (Econ.), i : JUUB,, 3 : 
M.A., i ; M.Sc., 3 J Ph-D ,4. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF 
NOTTINGHAM 



PRESIDENT His Grace THE DUKE OF PORTLAND, K.G., G.C.V.O. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS Alderman E. HUNTSMAN (Chairman of Council) ; 
GEORGE SPENCER, J.P. ; Alderman Major T. P. BARBER, D S.O., 
T.D., D.L., B A., J.P. ; The Rt. Hon. LORD TRENT, Bart , J P. 

PRINCIPAL HUGH STEWART, C.M.G., D.S.O., M.C., M.A. Camb. 
REGISTRAR J. E. SHIMELD, F.C.I.S. 
LIBRARIAN G. ELLIS FLACK, M.A. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Biology 
llolden, H. S., D.Sc Mane., F.L.S. 

(Bot.) Prof. 

Lcctrs. : 
Bexon, Dorothy, M.Sc. Lond. 

(Bot). 
Barnngton, E. J. W., B,A. Ox. 

(Zool). 
Hutchmson, Harriet J. (Physiol. 

and HistoL). 
Ellis, Myfanwy, M.Sc. Wales 

(Bot.) Asst. Lcctr. 

Warden, Winifred M., B.Sc. Birm. 

(BioL) Asst. Lectr. 

Chemistry 

Kipping, F. S , Mi 1) Mun., D.Sc. 
Lond., F.I.C., F.R.S. 

Sir Jesse Boot Prof. 
Pridcaux, E. B. R., M.A. N,Z., 
D.Sc. Lond., JU.C, 
(Inorg. and Phys. C.) Reader. 
Trotman, S, R., M.A. Camb,, 
1M.C. (Appl. C.) 

Sir Jesse Boot Loctr. 
Firth, J. B., D.Sc. Mane,, M.Sc. 
Durh., F.I.C., M.I.M.E. 

Sr. Lectr* 
Lectrs. : 

Watson, F. S., M.Sc. Mane, 
Driver, J. E., M.Sc., Ph.D, Load., 
A.LC. 



Laxton, F. C., B.Sc. Lond., A.LC. 
Shaw, B. D., M M., B Sc., Ph.D. 

Lond., A.LC. 

Barber, H. H , B.Sc., Ph D. Lond., 
F.1C. 

(Bio-Chcm.) Asst. Lectr. 

and Dcmr. 
Classics 

Granger, F. S., D Lit , M.A. Lond. 

Prof. 

Barker, E. P., M.A. Ox., D.Litt. 
Durh. Reader. 



Economics and Commerce 



O.B.E., 



Prof. 
F.C.A., 



Blythcn, S., 
F.S.A.A. 

(Acctcy.) Pt.-time Prof. 

Radford, A., B.Sc. Econ. Lond. 

(Econ.) Sr. Lectr. 

Howard, S, C. (Comm.) Lectr. 

Dutton, Margaret 

(Pract. Social Trg.) Hon. 
Tutor. 

Education 
Wortley, H. A. S./M.A. Camb. 

Prof. 

Sr* Lectrs, and Tutors : 
Newton, W. H., B.Sc. Lond, 
Lewis, M. M., M.A. Lond. 
Beckot, Edith M,, M,A. Lond. 



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Moncrieff, Agnes, M.A. Edin. 

Dallas, Adolphine E. M M., M A., 
B Sc Edin. Lectr. 

Ward, Lizzie M Lectr. 

Stunner, W. L., B Sc. Lond. 

Lectr. 
Asst. Lectrs. : 

Stewart, A. H., B.A Lond. 

Warden, Winifred M., B Sc Birm. 

Downing, S F., B A. Lond 

And other pt.-time Lectrs in Art, 
French, Handicraft, Hortic., 
Hyg , Music, and Phys. Trg. 

Engineering, Civil and Mech. 

Bulleid, C. H., O.BE, MA. 
Camb., M.I M E. Prof. 

Wilde, J. H, BSc. (Eng) Lond 
(Civ. E ) Sr. Lectr. 

Dickson, J. M , B Sc Lond. (Mech. 
E.) Sr. Lectr. 

Robinson, J. G , Whit Ex (Draw- 
ing and Design) Lectr. 

Ruddick, W. Instr. 

Engineering, Electrical 
Cotton, H., M.B.E., D.Sc. Mane. 

Hd of Dept , Sr. Lectr. 

Golding, E. W, B.Sc. (Tech.) 

Mane. Lectr. 

Buckingham, H., BSc. (Eng) 

Lond. Demr. 

English 

Hewitt, R. M., M.A. Ox. Prof. 
Selby, Alice, M A. Camb. 

Sr. Lectr. 

Griffiths, G. S., M A. Wales, B.Litt. 
Ox. Lectr. 

Lectrs. (Pt -time) . 
De Castro, Inez, M.A. Ox. 
Peck, Mrs. Anne P. (Phonetics). 

Asst. Lectrs. : 
Stewart, A. H., B.A. Lond. 
Downing, S. F., B.A. Lond. 

French 

Weekley, E , M A. Camb. Prof. 

Guigou, Marguerite C., L. es L. 

Lausanne Lectr. 

Bourdache, E., B. es L Poitiers 

Pt.-time Lectr. 



Geology and Geography 
Swinnerton, H H , D Sc Lond , 
A.R C.S , F.G.S. (Geol ) Prof. 
Richardson, W A, B.A, D Sc , 
BSc. (Eng) Lond., F G.S 
(Petrology) Hon. Lectr. 

Clift, S. G, MSc. Lond, F G S. 
(Geol ) Lectr. 

Edwards, K C , M A Lond. 
(Geog ) Lectr. 

Scarfe, N. V , B.A. Lond. (Geog ) 
Asst. Lectr. 
German 
Schweizer, W. R , Ph.D. Berne 

Sr. Lectr. 

Greek, New Testament 
Granger, Prof F. S. Lectr. 

Hebrew 

Sanders, H. F., B A. Mane., D.D. 
McG. Pt.-time Lectr. 

History 

Owen, L. V. D., M.A. Ox. Prof. 
Oswald, F., D.Sc. Lond., F.S.A, 
(H. of Roman Bnt ) 

Hon. Reader. 
Bramcld, Nina M., M A. Lond. 

Sr. Lectr. 
Wood, A. C., M A., B Litt. Ox. 

Lectr. 
Italian 
Moroni, Flora Pt.-timo Lectr. 

Law 

May, H. R D., M.C., M.A., LL.B 
Camb. 

Hd. of Dept., Sr. Lectr. 
Pt -time Lectrs. : 
Cursham, C. (Real Property), 
Granger, Prof. F. S. (Roman L.). 
Brameld, Nina M., M.A. Lond. 

(Constit. Hist.). 

Howard, S. C. (Book-keeping). 
Mathematics 

o, H. T. H., M.A. Camb., 
D.Sc. Lond. Prof. 

Green, H. G., M.A. Camb. 

Sr. Leetr. 

Underwood, F., M.Sc. Lond. Lectr. 
Prior, L E., M.Sc. Lond. 

Asst. Lectr. 



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Mining and Fuels 
McMillan, W. H., B.Sc Glas , 
M I Mm E. Prof. 

Watson, J. M. R., B Sc. Glas., 
M.I Mm E, Sr Lectr. 

Fawcott, E. S , B.Sc (Eng ) Lond 
Asst Lcctr. 
Music 

Johnson, B., B A., Mus B Camb , 
F.R C.O. 

Hd. of Dept., Sr Lectr. 

Pt.-time Lcctrs. : 
Henmker, L , B Mus. Ox , F R.C.O 
Hodgson, H. O , F R.C O 
Rosesbladc, Emily G., L/R.A M. 
Cooper, W. Gaze, L.R.A M 

Pharmacy 
Bentlcy, A. O , Ph.C,, M.P.S. 

Hd. of Dept., Sr Lectr. 
Lcctrs. . 
Driver, J. E. (Pharm. Chem.), v. 

Chcm. 
Shaw, B. D. (Phann. Chem.), v 

CUcm. 
Treasc, G. E., B.Pharm. Lond, 

PhC, M.P.S. (Pharmacog- 

nosy) . 

Turner, H. A , Ph.C., M P.S. 
Stather, Mrs. C. (Mat. Mod.). 
Veness, B. R., B. Pharm. Lond., 

Ph.C., M P.S. Demr. 

Philosophy 
Granger, Prof. F. S. (Hist of P.) 

Lectr. 

Sprott, W. J. H., M.A. Camb. 
(Logic and Psychol.) Lectr. 

Physics 

Brose, H. L,, M,A., D.Phil. Ox,, 
D.Sc. Adel., IM.P. 

Lancashire-Spencer Prof. 



Woodward, L A , B A. Ox , Ph.D. 

Leipz. 

Massey Sci Res Fellow. 
Davey, N, M.M., M Sc. Lond., 

A.R.C.S, Sr. Lectr. 

Franks, A H., B Sc. Lond. Lectr 
Browning, Helen M., M Sc., Ph D., 

F.I.P. Lectr. 

Champion, F C., BA, Ph.D. 

Camb. Asst. Lectr 

Russian and Slavonic Languages 
Lavnn, J. Prof. 

Spanish and Portuguese 
Chamberlain, G. L., M.A. Edin. 

Lectr. 
Textiles 

Davis, W., M A. Edm. Prof. 

Edwards, C. H., M.A. Camb., 

A.T.I. Research Asst. 

Trotman, S. R., M.A. Carnb., 

F.I.C. (Dyeing and Finishing) 

Sr. Lectr., pt.-time. 

Boswell, W. E., F.T.I. (Hosiery 

Manufac ) Lectr. 

Lomax, J., F.I C. (Yarn Testing) 

Lectr. 

l&chardson, L. G. (Dyeing and 

Finishing) Asst. Lectr. 

Buckley, G. H., F.T.I. (Hosiery 

Manufac.) Asst. Lectr. 

Pollard, A., M.Sc. (Tech.) Mane, 

(Spinning and Weaving) 

Demr. 
Zoology r , v. Biology 

Adult Education 

Peers, R., M.C., M.A. Liv. Prof. 
Wright, G. G. Neill, M.A., B.Ed. 

Edin.. Asst. Director. 

Chambers, J. D., B.A., PhD. 

Lond. Sr. Staff Tutor. 

3 Staff Tutors, 2 Organizing Tutors. 



ASSOCIATED COLLEGE: MIDLAND AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, Sutton 
Bonington. Subjects for the Final Examn. for the Londoa B.Sc. in Agric. 
are taken at this College, those for the Intermediate only being taken at 
Univ, College, Nottingham. 



282 ENGLAND 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The College was opened in 1881. The Faculties of Arts, Economics and 
Commerce, and Pure Science occupy the University Park Buildings. The 
Faculty of Applied Science occupies the Shakespeare Street Building. 

LIBRARY. The Library of the College contains about 50,000 vols , amongst 
which are great series, such as Migne, Corpus Inscnptionum Latmarum, In- 
scriptiones Graecae, Calendar of State Papers, Rolls. There is a collection of 
about 1800 volumes of French Revolution and Napoleonic literature, which 
originally formed part of the Crawford Collection ; and the Henry Hellish 
Meteorological Collection of 700 volumes. The Library also possesses 4 in- 
cunabula. Current periodicals number 251. 

COURSES : For London External degrees in Arts, Econ., Com., Music, Div., 
Pure Science, Law, Med., Agric., Engin., and Mining ; Diploma of the College in. 
Comm., Geog., Adult Education, Engin., Elect. Engin., Mining, Mine Surveying, 
Fuel Technology (each 3 yrs ) ; Social Study, Hosiery Manufactuie, Dyeing 
and Finishing (each 2 yrs ) ; Certif. in Music ; Bd. of Educn. Elcm. Teachers' 
Certifs. and Cambridge Secondary Teachers' Certif. ; Assoc'ships of the lasts, 
of Chem. and Physics ; Colliery Manager's Certif. ; Nat. Diploma of lust, of 
Mech. Engineers ; National Dipl of Inst. of Elect. Engineers ; Law Society's 
Examns. ; Pharmacy Diplomas ; Post-grad, and Research courses in all 
Faculties. Special English course for Foreigners. 

Evening Classes, including some held on Thursday aftn. and Sat morning 
and aftn., for London B.Sc., B.Sc. Econ, B Sc. Engin , B.A. Intcim. Arts; 
Comml. ; Dispensing and Pharmacy ; Sanitary Science ; Technology. 

The session for Day Classes is Sept. -July ; Evening, Sept.-Apnl. 

ADMISSION. Students under 17 not admitted without special permission 
of Principal. Students may be required to give satisfactory evidence as to 
character. All students residing outside the U.K. must apply before Aug. i 
and submit references as to character and educational qualifications. 

FEES. Tuition composition, per annum : Degree or Diploma courses m 
Arts, Div., or Econ. 24 gs. ; in other Faculties or for A.I.C. or A.I.F. 30 gs. ; 
L.D.S. 18 gs. ; Colliery Manager's Certif. 12 gs. ; Pharmacy (complete 
course) 30 ; Law 12 gs. ; English course for Foreigners 13 ; xos. ; 
Registration fee, i p.a. ; Union fee, i : ros. p.a. 

Evening Classes, i per session (in some cases remitted to deserving students 
needing help), 

RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIPS in Arts up to the value of 50, Science up to the 
value of 100 are awarded annually. Special facilities for research in all 
subjects. See also App. XXIII. 17. 

RESIDENCE. Lenton Hall (men) and Mapperley Hall, primarily for students 
in the Training Department. F.B. Hall, University Park and Broadgate House 
(women). Registered lodgings, 305. to 40$. Students are, when possible, 
placed with private families. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION. Extra-mural adult education is organized as a 
department of the Faculty of Arts. The Head of the Dept., a whole-time 
professor, is assisted by an Asst. Director and 4 staff tutors, 2 organizing 
lecturers, and many part-time tutors and lecturers. 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar (Nov.), sis. 6d. ; Prospectus (Day), 6d., (Evening), 
2d. ; The Gong, 3 times a year; Diary (Oct.), is. 6d. 



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THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENKFACTIONS. A Legacy of 200 under the will of Mr. W. H. Booker. 
100 to found a prize in memory of Robert Mellows, a well-known local his- 
torian. Woollen Research Association, Torndon, 100 p.a. for 3 yrs. Mrs. 
Massey and Mrs. Massey Stewart, 200 p.a. each for 3 yrs to found a Cancer 
Research Fellowship. 100 p.a. tor 3 yrs. from Local Committee British 
Cancer Campaign towards the salary of a Bio-Chemist. 550 from Local 
Committee British Cancer Campaign for Equipment for Cancer Research. 
330 for the purchase of special books. 100 for purchase of equipment (Dept. 
of Textiles) 200 Hosiery Section, Nottingham Chamber of Commerce, towards 
salary of a Research Chemist. 150 for special scholarships and prizes. 350 
donations to the Dept. of Textiles. 150 for Photometric Equipment (Elec. 
Engin. Dept.). Grant of 250 from Northampton Borough Council. 

NEW DEVELOPMENTS. Removal of the Elec. Engin. Dept. from Shakespeare 
St. to the Univ. Park Buildings. A Board of Social Studies instituted. Massey 
Scientific Research Fellowship founded and a Joint Cancer Research Committee 
set up. 

NEW POSTS. Lectureships in Zool. and Bio-Chem. ; demonstratorships in 
Elec. Engin., Pharmacy, and Textiles. 

RETIREMENTS. Dr. L. G. H. Huxloy, appointed Hd. of Dept. of Physics, 
Univ. College, Leicester. Mr. H. Lister (Zool.), appointed Science Master, 
Hanley High School, Staffs. Dr. Helen J. Crump (Education), Miss A. K. 
Adam (Education). 

EXTRA-MURAI* WORK. At the beginning of the session 193132 two organiz- 
ing tutors were appointed, one to serve the Rural Areas of Derbyshire, and the 
other to develop pioneer adult education in East Nottinghamshire. A con- 
siderable numbor of pioneer lectures in other parts of the area were offered. 
The scheme was made possible by the generous co-operation of several L.E.A/s, 
who made the following special grants Nottinghamshire, 190, Derbyshire 
150, Nottingham 50, Kestevon 50. During the session 48 three-year tutorial 
classes, 3 preparatory tutorial classes, 33 one-year classes, and 24 terannal 
courses, 13 short terminal courses, 22 University extension courses, 4 short 
University extension courses were held. The number of students attending 
these classes amounted to 2653. 

STUDENTS. Full-time, 646 ; graduates, 65. Part-time and occasional, 372 ; 
graduates,!. Evening students, 2095 ; graduates, 43. Extra-mural students, 
2815 j vacation courses, 1x7. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. M.A., 2 ; B.A., 26 ; B.Sc.Econ., i ; B.Com., i ; 
B.Sc., 38 ; B.Sc.Engin., 10 ; M.Sc., x ; Ph.D., z. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, SOUTHAMPTON 



VISITOR H.R.H. THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT AND STRATHEARN, 

K.G., K.P., K.T. 

PRESIDENT CLAUDE G. MONTEFIORE, M.A., D.D., D.Litt. 
VICE-PRESIDENT Rt. Hon. LORD FORSTER OF LEPE, G.C.M.G. 
TREASURER W. F. PERKINS. 
PRINCIPAL KENNETH H. VICKERS, M.A. 
REGISTRAR GEORGE GRANT, B.A. 
LIBRARIAN Miss D. P. POWELL, M A. Ox. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Botany 

Maugham, S , M.A Camb Prof 
Loader, Miss F. M., B Sc. Lond 

Lectr 

Sparshott, Miss E. N., M.Sc. Lond. 
Demr. 
Johnson, C. G., B.Sc. Lond. 

Demr. 
Chemistry 

Boyd, D. R , D.Sc Glas., Ph D. 

Heid., F.I.C. Prof 

Smith, A. E Clarence, M.A. Camb , 

A I.C. (Phys. C ) Sr. Lectr 

Lawson, A , B Sc , Ph.D. 

Asst. Lectr 

Jefiery, G. H , B Sc. Lond , A I.C. 
Demr. 
Pethrick, S. R., B.Sc. Lond. 

Demr. 
Classics 
Forsey, G F., M A. Lond. Prof. 

Asst. Lecturers : 
Holley, Miss N. M , B.A. Camb. 
Duncan-Jones, A., B.A. Camb. 

Economics and Commerce 
Ford, P., B.Sc. (Econ.) Lond. 

Lectr. in Charge. 
Hodgson, R. A., B.Com. Lond. 

Asst Lectr. 

Education and Philosophy 
Cock, A. A., B.A. Lond. Prof. 



Dudley, G G , B A Loud , LL B. 

R U.I. (Logic) Sr. Lectr. 

Lecturers : 

Hales. Miss R. B , M A Ox. 
Harry, H. T., B Sc. Bristol. 
Taylor, Miss D. M , B.A. Mane. 

Asst Lectrs. (part-time) : 
Payne, H. (Phys. Training, Men). 
Ricks, Miss E. M (Phys. Training 

and Hyg., Women). 
McKaig, G , M R C.S , L k C.P. 

(Hyg.), 

Dove, A. G. (Handicraft). 
Williams, S. D. (Handicraft). 

Engineering 

Cave-Browne-Cave, Wing Com- 
mander T. R., C.B.E., R.A.K. 
(retired), M.I.M.E., M I. NT. A. 
Prof. 

Engineering, Civil [Sr, Lectr, 
Mann, E. E., M.Sc. (Eng.) Leeds 

Engineering, Electrical 
Spary, P. G., B.Sc (Eng.) Lond., 
M.Eng. Shell, M.I.E.E. 

Sr. Lectr. 
Chester, C. E., B.Eng. Sheff. Lectr. 

Engineering, Mechanical 
Glover- James, H., B.Sc. (Eng.) 
Lond., Dip. Eng. (Edin.) 

Loctr. 



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Asst. Lecturers : 
Ford, G. P. 

Moyle, R. C., M I.Mar.E. 
Leech, H , Experim. Engineer. 
Jenkins, W., Asst. Expcnm Eng 
English Lang, and Lit. [Prof. 
Pinto, V. de S., M.A., D.PhU. Ox. 

Lectrs. : 

Leishman, J. B., M.A., B.Litt. Ox. 
Potter, S, MA. Lond , BLitt. 

Ox , Ph D. Prag. 
Phare, Miss E. E., B A. Camb. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Geography 

Rishbeth, O. H. T., M.A Ox , B.A. 
AdeL Prof. 

Lecturers : 

Miller, Miss F. C., B A Leeds 
Tavener, L. E., M A. Camb. 
Boswell, Miss K. C., B.A, B.Sc. 
Lond. Asst. Lectr. 

Geology and Zoology 
Shernffs, W. R., M.A., D Sc. 
Aberd., F.L.S. Prof. 

Anderson, F W., M.Sc. Leeds 

Lectr. 
Stott, F. C., B.Sc. Mane. 

Asst. Lectr 
Berry, J., B.A. Camb. 

Avon Res Officer 
History 
Lyttel, Rev. E. S., M.A. Ox. Prof. 

Asst. Lecturers : 
Rutherford, J., M A. Durh., Ph.D. 

Mich. 
Tyerman, IX, B.A. Ox, 

Law 

Cook, W. G. H., LL.D., M.Sc. 
Lond. Reader. 



Asst. Lectrs. (part-time) : 
Buchanan, R. D., B A. Camb. 
Groves, L. G., LL.B Lond. 
Stanier, J. G , LL.B Lond. 

Mathematics, Pure and Applied 
Rowland, R C. J., MA Camb., 



D Sc. Lond. 
Trout, Miss A. M , 

Maunsell, F. G , 
Camb. 



Prof. 
BA Lond. 

Lectr. 

MA., PhD. 
Lectr 



Asst Lecturers: 
Casson, R , M. A. Camb. 
Knight, R C , M Sc. Lond. 

Modern Languages 
Patchett, E. W., MA. Camb., 
O.I.P Prof. 

Lawton, H. W, MA Wales, 
D es L. Paris (French) Lectr. 
Hamilton, Miss G. H. 

(Spanish and French) Lectr. 
Lucas, W. L, M.A. Brist. 

(German) Asst. Lectr. 
Ritz, J G , L es L. Lyons Lccteur. 

Music 
Williams, D. C., F.R.C.O. 

Lectr. in Charge, 

Philosophy, v. Educn. 
Physics 

Menzics, A, C , M.A. Camb., D.Sc. 
Lond , RI.P. Prof. 

Tomhnson, H. J., B Sc. Lond. 

Lectr. 

Carpenter, L. G., B.A., B.Sc. Ox. 
Lectr. 
Wemtroub, S., B.A. Ox. 

Asst. Lectr. 
Zoology ', v. Geol. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Founded 1850; opened as the Hartley Institution, 1862, Incorporated as 
the Hartley University College under a scheme of the Board of Education, 
1902. 

The Library, 44,300 vols., includes the Cope collection of Hampshire books, 
pamphlets, and broadsheets. 

Classes in Arts, Science, Commerce, Engineering (Civ., Mechu, and Elec.), 
Music, and Law prepare for the External degrees of the Univ. of London. It 
provides courses for Elem. and Secondary Teachers, for entrance into the 



286 ENGLAND 

Civil Service, the first year of Med. Study, Pharmacy, Surveying, etc. It is 
recognized as a Training College for Elem. and Secondary Teachers. Through its 
Evening Classes (attended by upwards of 600 students) it performs the function 
of a Technical Institute. A Dept. of Law, instituted in 1923, is recognized as a 
Law School under the Solrs. 1 Act. The Assoctateship (Assoc. U C.S.) implies, 
unless honorary, attendance at day or evening classes during at least one full 
session. Diplomas are awarded in Commerce, Engineering, Engin. Research, 
Geography, Advanced Geog., Law, and Music. Special Diploma in English 
for foreign students. 

ADMISSION. Candidates aged 16 (though students are advised not to enter 
helow 18) are admitted provided they (i) produce a satisfactory testimonial of 
good conduct from a headmaster, headmistress, or some other responsible 
person ; (2) have either (a) passed or obtained exemption from a matricn, 
examn. of the Univ. of London, or (6) passed the Entrance Examn. of the Coll. ; 
or (c) hold such qualifications as Senate from time to tune may recognize. Each 
full-time student is placed under the supervision of a member of the Staff, who 
acts as his Tutor. 

Part-time students may in special circumstances be admitted to separate 
courses without passing the Entrance Examn. 

FEES. The sessional fee is 25 for Courses in Arts, Commerce, and Music ; 
32 for Courses in Science and Engineering ; and 30 for the Teachers' Diploma 
Course. Students whose parents are ratepayers within County Borough, 
Southampton 18 : 155., 22 : ios., and 24 respectively. 

EXHIBITIONS AND SCHOLARSHIPS. The Coll. offers annually 10 open 
Exhibitions (free tuition) ; 7 open Scholarships (50 p.a.) ; the Seymour J. 
Gubb Scholarship (50 p.a.) ; the Alex Hill Memorial Scholarship (50 p.a.) ; 
and the John Scott-Montagu Scholarship (50 p.a.), all tenable for 3 yrs. 

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR GRADUATES. Post-graduate Research Scholarships to 
the value of 250 p.a. are offered annually, the maximum value of any one 
scholarship being 150. One of instruction fees in Educn. Loan fund for 
senior students. 

RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES. South Stonehain Hall of Residence for men ; 
WardenProf. A. A. Cock, B.A. New Hall, a Hall of Residence for men ; 
Warden Dr H. W. Lawton, M.A. Highficld Hall, a Hall of Residence for 
women ; Warden Miss J. Carpenter, M.A. 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar (Sept.), free ; Halls of Residence Prospectus, 
free ; Students 1 Magazine, 6d. ; Wessex Magazine (June;, is. 6d. annually. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. Gifts to the Appeal Fund, 4999 : 8 : 2. 

NEW BUILDINGS. Considerable additions made to the Engineering build- 
ings, viz. new workshops, and a new boilerhouse for heating the College buildings 
by oil instead of coke ; cost, 8000. 

NEW POST. Avon Research Officer in Zoology. 

NEW DEPARTMENT. Navigation. 

RESIGNATIONS. Mrs. G. F. Forscy, Librarian. Mr. H. H. Cawthorno, B.Sc. 
(Educn.). Prof. H. Stansficld (Physics), retired. Miss M. J. Steel (Bducn.), 
retired. 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 484, including 62 graduates. Part-time : total, 
140, including 2 graduates (day classes). Part-time : total, 631 (evening classes)* 

DEGREES OBTAINED. B.A. Hons. 25, Pass 4 ; B.Sc. Special, Hons, 4 ; B.Sc. 
General, Hons. 2, Pass 7 ; B.Sc. Eng., Pass 6 ; LL.B., Pass I. 



ST. DAVID'S COLLEGE, LAMPETER 

VISITOR THE RT. REV. THE BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'S. 
PRINCIPAL Rev. CANON MAURICE JONES, D.D. Ox 

The College was founded in 1827 for the purpose of affording to 
persons intended for the Ministry of the Church, especially in Wales, 
a sound and liberal education on the lines of that offered by the older 
Universities. Incorporated by Royal Charter, it is empowered to confer 
degrees in Arts and Theology. Residence for nine full terms and the 
passing of three examns. conducted by examiners appointed by Oxford 
and Cambridge are requisite for B.A., ten terms for B.D. 

Profs. Theol. and Greek, The Principal ; Science, J. C. Evans, M.A. 

Ox. ; Latin, ; Engl. and Phil., H. Walker, M.A., LL.D. Ox. and 

Glas,, D.Litt. Wales ; Welsh, Rev. R, H. Richards, M.A. Ox. ; Hebrew 
and Theol., Rev. A. E. Morris, M.A. Ox., B.A. 

Lectrs Dawson, D , B.A. Leeds, M Litt. Camb. (Hist.) ; Morgan, 
Rev, Wm. H., B.D. Lond., B.A. (Theol.) ; Hams, H. A., M.A. Ox. 
(English and Classics) ; Rowlands, Rev, E C., B.A. Camb. (Classics) ; 
Thomas, Rev. Canon D. W., MA. Ox., B.A. (Pastoral Theol.), Hon. 
Lectr. ; David, Rev. F. J. T., B A. Lamp, and Ox. (Hut. and Theol). 

SCHOLARSHIPS. The Dillwyn Llewelyn Trust provides 150 p.a. from which 
scholarships arc granted to students proceeding to Oxford or Cambridge under 
the Affiliation rcgns. The Evan Jones scholarship in. Hellenistic Greek is 
tenable by a post-grad, student. 

ADMISSION. Candidates can be matriculated (i) on the result of the CoU. 
Scholarship Examn. provided they have passed in English, Elem. Maths., and 
two other subjects specified for matricn. ; (2) on a ccrtif. of any matncn. 
cxamn. of a U.K. Umv. or any ccrtif. exempting from Oxford Rcsponsions or 
Cambridge Previous cxamn. ; (3) on the School Ccrtif. of the Ox. and Camb. 
Schools Exarun. Bd. or the Central Welsh Bd. or Ox. and Camb. Local 
Examns. in English and Maths, (with credit), and any two subjects of the 
Coll. matricn. cxamn. ; (4) on passing the Coll. matricn. exaran. in Engl. Essay, 
Engl. Hist., Maths., and any two of Latin, Gk., Engl. Lit., Welsh, French, 
German, Addnl. Maths., Phys. Sci. Further particulars from the Principal. 

POST-GRADUATE STUDY. Grants amounting to 450 p.a. for post-grad, 
students in Theol. are offered to grads, and licentiates of the Coll. and to grads. 
of any recognized Univ. seeking ordination in. the Church of Wales. 

LICENTIATE IN DIVINITY, A Licentiate in Divinity is conferred on 
students admitted to a biennial course (mainly theological) on a ccrtif. from 
a Bishop. 

DIPLOMA IN THKOLOGY. A Dip. in Theol. is granted to grads. of the Coll. 
or of any Umv. who reside for 2 yrs. and pass the necessary examns. after 
qualifying for their Arts degree. The Dipl. is accepted as an alternative to the 
Genl. Ordination, Examn. of the Church of England. 

STUDENTS, 189, including iz graduates, 
DEGREES. B.A., 60 ; B.D., 3. 

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THE SCOTTISH UNIVERSITIES 

ST. ANDREWS ABERDEEN 

GLASGOW EDINBURGH 

REPRESENTATIVES IN PARLIAMENT 

JOHN BUCHAN, LL.D. ; DTJGALD M'CoiG COWAN, M.A., LL.D. ; 
A. NOEL SKELTON, B.A. 

IN CONSTITUTION these 4 Universities have, under the operation of the 
Univs. (Scotland) Acts 1858 and 1889, been to a great extent assimilated. 
By the former Act 2 new bodies, called the Univ. Court and General 
Council, were instituted ; by the latter a Committee of H.M.'s Privy 
Council was constituted, and an Executive Commission was created 
with extensive powers, which it continued to exercise till the end of 
1897. These Commissioners issued ordinances, inter alia, for degrees, 
for the instruction and graduation of women, for special study and 
research, and for the constitution of a Students' Representative Council 
with power to petition the Senatus Academicus and the Univ, Court. 

The Chancellor is elected (for life) by the General Council, of which 
he is President. He is empowered to nominate a Vice-Chancellor ', who 
may confer degrees in his absence, but cannot discharge any other of 
his duties. The Vice-Chancellorship is at the present time held in each 
Univ. on the Chancellor's nomination by the Principal ', who is ap- 
pointed to the Pnncipalship by the Crown (except in Edinburgh) and 
is President of the Senatus Academicus, and, in the absence of the 
Rector, of the Univ. Court. The Rector is elected every 3 years by the 
matriculated students. He is the omcial President of tho Univ. Court. 

The University Court consists of the Rector, Principal, the Lord 
Provost of the City (in St. And. the Provost of St. Andrews and Lord 
Provost of Dundee), and Assessors appointed by the Rector, Chancellor, 
Senatus, General Council, and (except in St. Andrews) Town Council. 
In St. Andrews the Pnncipals of St. Mary's Coll. and Univ. Coll., Dundee, 
are also included in it. There is provision for the representation of 
other affiliated Colleges. The Court, a body corporate with full power 
to administer the property belonging to the Univ., is a Court of Appeal 
from the Senatus and has power, since the expiration of the powers of 
the Commrs. under the Act of 1889, to found new chairs with the 
approval of the Univs. Committee and make other ordinances with the 
approval of H.M. in Council. It has, inter alia, powers to appoint 
professors whose chairs are in the patronage of the Univ., examiners 
and lecturers ; to define the nature and limits of a professor's duties 
under his commission ; and to recognize for graduation purposes the 
teaching of any College or individual teacher, under the regns. pro- 
viding for such recognition. 

The Senatus Academicus, consisting of the Principal, the whole of 
the Profs., and certain elected Readers and Lecturers, is entrusted with 
the regulation and superintendence of the teaching and discipline of the 

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Univ. The administration of the Libraries and Museums is entrusted 
to Joint Committees elected two-thirds by the Senatus and one-third 
by the Court. 

The General Council consists of the Chancellor, the members of the 
Univ. Court, the Profs., such Lecturers and Readers as have held office 
for a year, and the Graduates of the Univ. It meets twice a year and 
may hold special meetings at the instance of the Chancellor. Proposed 
improvements in the arrangements of the Univ. must be submitted 
to the Council for their consideration. 

The General Councils of the four Universities elect three Members of 
Parliament. 

FACULTIES. In all the Univs. Arts, Science, Divinity, Medicine. 
In all except St. Andrews Law. In Edin. only Music. In Glas. 
and Aberd. Engineering (Edin. and St. And. have departments and 
offer degrees in Engineering, although not a separate Faculty). 

TERMS. The academic year is divided into three terms Oct. to 
Christmas, Jan. to latter part of March, April to end of June or early 
July. 

ADMISSION. See Appendix XXIL 

DEGREES and courses leading thereto (v. also p. 10). The M.A. 
(ordinary) course (there is no B.A.) extends over 3 yrs. and includes (for 
ordinary degree) subjects from 3 of the 4 departments of the Faculty, 
namely Lang, and Lit., Ment. Philos., Science, Hist, and Law. (There 
are further restrictions at St. Andrews and Edinburgh.) A candidate 
for the degree must not only have regularly attended, but also have duly 
performed the work of the classes in the qualifying courses. The 
first 2 yrs. may be taken in any of the Scottish Univs. The Senatus 
may accept attendance given and examns passed at other Univs. 
specially recognized for the purpose, if qualifying courses for at least 2 
yrs. (St. And. and Edia , i yr.) are attended and the Degree examns. 
are passed in the Univ. granting the degree. For the purpose of 
reckoning duration of study an academic yr. is constituted by attend- 
ance on at least i course (Glas. and St. And., 2 courses) of study in each 
of the 3 terms. For M.A. (Hons.) 4 yrs/ study is generally required. 

The B.Phil, and B.LiU. are conferred only by St. And. A candidate 
for either of these degrees must take the M.A. either before or along 
with it. The standard of the Final examn. is that of the M.A. Honours. 

The B.Com. conferred by St. And., Aberd., and Edin. may be taken, 
under conditions as to place of study similar to those for the M. A., after 
courses covering at least 9 terms. 

The B.Bd, or Ed. IS. involves a 2 yrs.' course subsequent to the 
first 3 yrs. of study for a previous degree, in addition to Professional 
training or experience as a teacher. 

The practical part of the training of students preparing for the 
Teaching Profession is provided by the several Provincial Committees, 
which likewise recognize attendance at Univ. classes as qualifying in 
part for their certificates. 

The B.Sc. in Pure Science. The course for the ordinary degree 
covers 3 yrs. (Edinburgh 4 yrs.) and includes from 6 to 9 courses, ol 



290 SCOTLAND 

which 4 or 5 (St. And., 2) must be taken in the Umv. which is to grant 
the degree. The other courses may be taken in other Univs, or Institns. 
approved, or under teachers recognized for this purpose, by the Univ. 
Court. The degree with Honours requires 4 yrs , and is of a standard 
not less high than that required for M.A. (Hons ). 

The B Sc. in Applied Science can be obtained as follows : Engincenng 
(St. And., ord. and hons , 3 yrs. ; Edin., ordinary and honours, both 3 
yrs. ; Glas , 4 yrs , the branches in which honours are obtainable being 
Civ , Mech., Elec., Mining, and Chemical E., and Naval Archit. ; Aberd , 
ordinance in preparation). Mining Engineering (Edin., ordinary and 
honours, 4 yrs ). Applied Chemistry (Glas., honours, 4 yrs.). Technical 
Chemistry (Edin , ordinary and honours, 4 yrs.). Architecture (Glas , 
honours, 4 yrs.). Agnc. (Aberd., Edin, and Glas., ordinary, 3 yrs. ; 
honours, 4 yrs.). Forestry (Aberd., ordinary, 3 yrs. ; Edin., ordinary, 
3 yrs.; honours, 4 yrs.). Pharmacy (Glas, 3 yrs.). Public Health 
(Glas., 18 months after graduation in Med). Vet. Sc. (Edin., 4 yrs.). 

Higher Degrees in Arts and Science. The D Sc. in Pure Science, in 
Engm. (Edin , Glas., St. And.), Pub. Health (Glas ), Mining (Edin.), 
Tech. Chem. (Edin.), Agric. (Edm.), Forestry (Edin.), and Vet. Sc. 
(Edin.), and the D Litt. are open to graduates of 5 yrs/ standing. A 
thesis is required and, except in the case of a graduate of a Scot. Univ. 
with an Honours degree (St. And , an Honours graduate of the Univ. 
granting the degree), research under supervision extending over 2 yrs. 
in the Univ. which is to grant the degree. These degrees are never 
granted honoris causa. 

Divinity. The B.D. examn. of any of the Umvs. is open to a graduate 
in Arts of a Scottish or other approved Univ. or the holder of any ( Iniv. 
Degree or Diploma recognized as an equivalent by the Univ. Cotirt who 
has completed his Theol. course (3 yrs.), of which not less than 2 yrs. 
has been in the Univ. in which he proposes to take the B.D. All the 
examns. must be passed at the Univ. granting the Degree. The D.D. 
is honorary. The Gifford Lectures in Natural Theology arc open to 
the general public. 

Law The B.L course (3 yrs.) is open to students who have passed 
the Prelim, or its equivalent. Candidates for the degree must produce 
evidence of a sufficient knowledge of Latin before entering the Class of 
Civil Law. The LL.B. (3 yrs.) is open to graduates iu Arts of a Univ. 
of the U.K. or any other specially recognized. 

Of the B L. course i yr. and of the LL.B. 2 yrs. may bo spent in any 
specially recognized Univ. or School of Law. 

St. And. does not at present provide full courses for or grant these 



The LL.D. is honorary. 

Medicine. Three of the requisite 5 yrs. o medical study for the 
M.B. and Ch B. may be spent m any Univ. of the U.K. or other Jnstitn. 
specially recognized for the purpose or under a teacher recognized by 
the Univ. A candidate who has at any such Univ. completed a course 
and passed an examn. in Chem., Physics, or Biology qualifying for a 
degree in Science, Arts, or Med. may be exempted by the Senatus from 
the corresponding part of the M.B., Ch.B. examns, Aberd,, Edin., and 



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St. And. extend this concession to courses and examns in Anatomy and 
Physiology qualifying for a degree in Science (St. And. or Arts or 
Med. ; Edin. or Med.). 

A graduate in Medicine of at least 24 yrs. oi age who has, subsequent 
to graduation, been engaged for at least i yr. in attending the Med. 
(or Surg ) wards of a hospl., or in scientific work bearing directly on his 
profession, or in the Naval, Miht., Colonial (Aberd., Edin., Glas ), or, 
for the M.D. (St. And. M D or Ch.M ), Pub. Health Med, Services, or 
2 yrs in practice not restricted to Surg (or Med ), and passed the 
prescribed examn. and submitted a satisfactory thesis, may be admitted 
M.D. or Ch.M. as the case may be. 

Ph.D. See p. 14. 

FEES. The Matriculation, ^\ gs. p a. at the Univs. of St. And., Glas., 
and Edin ; 2 gs. p a. Aberd. ; inclusive Tuition fees per annum in Arts 
are 15 gs , in Science, 25 to 35 gs. ; examn. fees for M A., 7$ gs. ; B Sc., 
9 gs ; Divinity, 7^ gs. , Law, 9 gs. ; M B , Ch B., 33 gs. ; graduation, 
ji. Further information is given in the several Univ. sections. 

RESEARCH OR SPECIAL STUDY may be prosecuted in a Univ. under 
supervision by persons suitably qualified, whether graduates or not, 
admitted by the Senatus. Access to and the use of the Univ. labora- 
tories, etc., may be obtained on such conditions as to payment and 
otherwise as the Univ. Court may determine. The title of Research* 
Fellow may be conferred with or without a stipend on specially dis- 
tinguished research students. 

APPOINTMENTS COMMITTEES have been constituted in all the Univs. 
to help students to find employment. 

SCHOLARSHIPS. Provision for affording Univ. instruction and main- 
tenance to students of small means is probably nowhere more ample 
than in Scotland. Besides the Carnegie Trust benefactions (v infra) 
and the numerous bursaries, etc., awarded by the Universities and the 
Trustees of unattached educational endowments, all Scottish Education 
Authorities make provision in their Bursary Schemes for assisting duly 
qualified persons resident in their areas, and needing such assistance, 
to attend a University, Training College, Central Institution, etc. The 
sum so spent by Education Authorities in the financial year 1930-31 
was ^139,000. 

Scholarships, etc., for Graduates. The following are open to graduates 
of all the Scot. Univs. : (i) Carnegie Scholarships (150) and Fellowships 
(250) and grants in aid of Research. Application forms supplied by 
the Carnegie Trust, 22 Hanover St., Edinburgh. (2) Ferguson six 
of 110 each for 2 yrs. for graduates in Arts. Ferguson Bequest 
Fund, 94 Bath St., Glasgow. (3) M'Cunn four of 200 for i yr., 
for medical research. M'Cuna's Trustees, 160 West George St., 
Glasgow. (4) Shaw Philosophical 230 for 3 yrs. for graduates in 
Arts (in the Patronage of Edinburgh Univ.), (5) Black in Greek, 
196 for i yr. for graduates in Arts distinguished in the BJ>. exarnns. 
(6) Hume Brown in Scottish History, go for i yr. for graduates in 
Arts ; managed by the Univ. of Edin. (7) Maclean (Semitic Languages), 
for i yr. for graduates in Arts preparing to enter the Ministry 



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of the Church of Scotland ; managed by the Univ. of Glasgow. (8) 
Crombie (Biblical Criticism), 50 for i or 2 yrs. for graduates in Arts 
with First Class Hons. in Classics ; managed by St. Andrews. (9) 
Shaw Macfie Lang (Science), Endowment of 3000 for Hons. Graduates 
in Arts or Science ; managed by Edinburgh. 

CARNEGIE TRUST FOR THE UNIVERSITIES OF SCOTLAND. Offices at 
Merchants' Hall, 22 Hanover Street, Edinburgh. Secretary, Jas. Robb, 
LL D. ; Treasurer, Jas. Davidson. 

The annual income of the Trust is about 125,000, one half of 
which is devoted to (A) the improvement and expansion of the Univer- 
sities of Scotland in the faculties of Science, Medicine, History, and 
Mod. Langs., and extending opportunities for scientific study and 
research, and Technical or Commercial Univ. education ; the other 
half to (B) assisting Scottish students in the payment of Univ. class 
fees. Any surplus not required for (B) in any year is to be devoted to 
(A) (v. App. XXIII. i) . Instns.in Scotland recognized by the Executive 
Committee of the Trustees as preparing students for graduation or as 
providing technical or commercial edn. of Umv. level are entitled to 
participate as regards (A) and their students as regards (B). Any 
surplus not required for (A) or (B) may be devoted to Univ. Extension 
work. 

The Regulations for Assistance in the payment of Class fees provide, 
inter alia, that applicants should hold the Leaving Certif . of the Scottish 
Educn Dept. with a minimum of three higher grade passes and bearing 
evidence of such preliminary education as is required by the Univs. for 
their respective graduating curricula. Where for satisfactory reasons 
such Leaving Certif. has not been obtained, the Exec. Committee may 
accept instead what they deem equivalent evidence of attainments, 
provided that no applicant will be eligible who has not obtained three 
higher grade passes or who has to pass any further prelim, examn. before 
completing his graduating curriculum. Class Fees paid for 193 r-3-i : 
St. Andrews 4494 for 322 beneficiaries ; Glasgow 29,879 for 2359 ; 
Aberdeen 8952 for 616 ; Edinburgh ^14,293 for 1092. 

The annual report of the Executive Committee contains reports of 
experts on the work of beneficiaries under the Research Scheme and 
lists of papers published by them. Research Fellowships, Scholarships, 
and Grants awarded for 1931-32 : St. Andrews 31, value 47x0 ; 
Glasgow 38, value 5364 ; Aberdeen 20, value 2512 ; Edinburgh 
30, value 3679. Total 119, 16,265. 

Under a Sixth Quinquennial Scheme of Distribution for the period 
from Oct. i, 1930, to Sept. 30, 1935, there has been allocated a sum of 
259,025, distributed thus : St. Andrews centre 43,000 ; Glasgow 
79*850 ; Aberdeen 57,350 ; Edinburgh 78,825. 

THE SCOTTISH STUDENTS' INTER-UNIVERSITIES CONFERENCE. At 
this Conference, which is held annually, and meets in rotation at St. 
Andrews, Aberdeen, Glasgow, and Edinburgh, the students of the 4 
Univs. discuss matters of general interest to them all. The Students' 
Representative Council of each Univ. sends 4 delegates, one of whom 
must be a woman. The convener of the International Academic 



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Committee of each Univ. who is the permanent Secretary's assistant in 
each Univ. (v. p. 4) also attends, and each. Univ.'s UNIONS and Students' 
magazine are represented. The President and Secretary of the Confer- 
ence are the President and Secretary of the Students' Representative 
Council of the Umv. at which the Conference is held. A record of the 
work of each Conference is printed and distributed to each of the Univs. 
concerned. The s8th Conference was held at Edinburgh in 1932. 



UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN 



CHANCELLOR The Right Hon. BARON MESTON OF AGRA AND DUN- 

NOTTAR, K.C.S.L, V.D., LL.D , Hon. M D. Zur. 
VICE-CHANCELLOR AND PRINCIPAL Very Rev. Sir GEORGE ADAM 

SMITH, M.A., LL.D., D.D., LittD., F.B.A 

RECTOR Sir ARTHUR KEITH, M.D., LL.D., F.R.C.S., F.R.S. 
DEANS OF FACULTIES. See under "General Information" Faculties. 
SECRETARY TO THE UNIVERSITY H. J. BUTCHART, D.S.O., B.L. 
CLERK, REGISTRAR OF GENERAL COUNCIL, AND LIBRARIAN W. D. 
SIMPSON, M A., D.Litt. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Accounting < Business Methods 
Reid, J., M.A., C A. Lectr. 

Grant, John, M.A., C.A. 

Asst. (Agric. Book-keeping). 

Agriculture, v. infra 

Anatomy, v. also Embryol. 
Low, Alexr., M. A., M D. Reg. Prof. 
Mitchell, G. A. G., M.B., Ch.B. 

Lectr. 

Whyte, A. G. D., M.A , M.B., Ch.B. 

Asst. 

Robb, D. B , M.B., Ch B. Asst. 
Fowler, A. C., M.D., D.M.R.E. 

Part-time Asst. 
Art, v. Fine Art 

Astronomy and Meteorology 
Roberts, Owen F. T., M.C., M.A. 
Camb. Lectr. 

Banking 
Cowie, R. H. Pt.-time Lectr. 

Bio-Chemistry 
Beard, E., B.Sc. Edin. Lectr. 

Biology, v. Nat. Hist. 

Botany 

Craib, W. G., M.A. Reg. Prof. 
Downie, Dorothy G., B.Sc., B.Sc. 
For. Edin., Ph.D. Chic. Lectr. 
Fletcher, H. R., B.Sc. Mane. 

Asst. 



Clamp, Gertrude, B.Sc. Lond., 
Ph D. Asst. 

Celtic and Comp. Philology 
MacDonald, John, M.A. Reader, 

Chemistry, v. also Agric. 

Findlay, Alexr., Ph.D. Leip., M.A., 

D.Sc. Prof. 

Gray, F. W., M.A., D.Sc. Lectr. 

Reade, T. H., M.Sc. Birm., M.A. 

Camb. Lectr. 

Humphries, J. E., M.Sc. Wales, 

B.A. Lond. and Camb., Ph.D. 

Lond., D.Sc. Lectr. 

Assistants : 

Strathdee, R. B., Ph.D. Camb., 

M.A., B.Sc. 

Martin, A. R., B.Sc., Ph.D. Lond. 
Mills, A. K., B.Sc., Ph.D, St. And. 

Chemistry , Clinical 
Lyall, Alex., M.A., M.D. Lectr. 

Classics 

Cameron, A., M.A. Glas., B.A. Ox, 

Reg. Prof. (Greek). 

Wood, Margaret, B.A. Camb,, M.A* 

Asst, (Greek). 

Mackay, Isabel S., B.A. Camb., 

M.A. Asst. (Greek). 

Souter, A., M.A. Abord., Ox., 

Camb., D.D. St. And., D.Litt., 

F.B.A. 

Reg. Prof. (Humanity)* 



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Assistants (Latin) : 
Laing, K M , B A Camb , M A 
Getty, K. J , B A. Bell , Camb. 
Addison, C J. S , M A Edm. 
Middleton, G , M A Camb , D Litt 

(Part-time). 
Divinity, v. Theol. 
Economics*, v. Pol. Econ. 
Education 

Walker, Norman T , M.A., Ed.B., 

Ph D. Glas Lectr. 

Morton, D. M., M A., B Sc. Glas. 

Asst. 

Embryology 

Purser, G L., M.A Camb Lectr. 
Engineering [Jackson Prof. 
Blackadder, W., D.Sc. Edm. 
Stewart, F. R., B.Sc. (Eng.) Glas. 
Asst. (Agric E). 
Cruickshank, A. Asst 
Chisholm, J. A. Asst. ,, 
Orkney, J. C., B.Sc. (Eng) Glas. 

Lectr. (Elec. E.). 

Edmond, A. D., B.Sc. (Eng.) Lond. 
Lectr. (Mech. E.). 
Grassie, J. C., B.Sc. (Eng) Glas. 

Asst. (Forest E.). 
English 

Jack, A. A, M.A. Glas., LL.M. 
Camb., LL.D. Glas. 

Chalmers Prof, of E. Lit. 
Taylor, W. D., M.A. Glas. 

Lectr. (K. Lit.). 
Murison, W., M.A. 

(Part-time Asst.). 
Fine Art 
Pt.-time Lectrs. : 
Rollo, R. Leslie, A.R.I.B.A. (Prin- 
ciples and Hist, of Archit.). 
Townend, H., M.A, (Painting). 
Swanson, W. (Music). 
Laird, Prof. J. (Theory of Art). 
Harrower, Emcr. Prof. J., M.A., 
LL.D. Lectr. (Sculpture). 
Fisheries, Scientific Study of 
Bowman, A , D.Sc. Lectr. 

Forestry, v. also Engin. 
Borthwick, A. W,, O.B.E., D.Sc. 
St. And. Prof. 



Fraser, G K , M.A , D Sc., B.Sc. 

(For ) Lectr. in Soils. 

Laing, E V, MA, B Sc (For.), 

D Sc. Asst. 

Laidlaw, W B. R , B Sc. (For.) 

Edm , D Sc Asst. 

French 

Roe, -F. C , M A Birm , L es L. 

Lyons, D do l'U Pans Prof. 

Woledgc, B , M.A Leeds, D del'U. 

Paris Lectr. 

Mackay, Mona E , M A Asst. 

Chretien, P., L. es L Bordeaux 

Asst. 
Lentz, E. E. Part-time Asst. 

Geography 

McFarlane, J , M.A. Edm., Camb , 
M.Cotn. Mane. Reader. 

Bremner, A., M.A , D Sc. Edin. 

Asst. 

Geology [Kilgour Prof. 

Gibb, A. W., M.A., D.Sc. 
Smith, J. E., B.Sc. Asst. 

Gey wan 

Yates, D, M.A. Birm, D.Phil. 
Bresl. Reader. 

Oakey, A., B.A. Birm Asst. 

Witte, W., Dr. dcr Pol Bresl. 

Asst. 

Hebrew and Semitic Langs. 
Kennedy, Rev. A. C., B.D. 

Reg. Prof. 

History, v. also Law, Theol. 
Black, J. B., M A. Glas. and Ox. 

Burnett-Fletcher Prof. 
Henderson, J. M., M.A. Edm. 

Lectr. (Brit. Hist.) 
Gavin, Catherine L, M.A., Ph D. 

Asst. 
Law, v. infra 

Logic 

Ferguson, A. S,, M.A, St. And. 

and Ox. Reg. Prof. 

Knox, G. L,, M.A. Ox. Asst. 

Mathematics 

Macdonald, H, M,, O.B.E , M.A., 
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Goodwillie, J., M.A. Camb. and 
Edin., B.Sc. Edin. 

Lectr. & Asst 

Lawrence, J. T , B A Camb , M A. 

Asst. 

Medicine, v. infra 
Meteorology, v. Astron. 
Natural History 

Ritchie, J.,M.A.,D.Sc. Reg. Prof. 
Neill, R. M , M C., M.A. Glas. 

(Zool ) Lectr. 
Ratcliffe, F. N., B A Ox. 

(Zool.) Asst. 
Jones, E. P., B Sc. Wales 

(Zool.) Asst. 

Philology, Compar , v. Celtic 
Philosophy, Moral 
Laird, John, M.A. Edin., B A. 
Camb. Reg. Prof. 

Philosophy, Nat. [Prof. 

Carroll, J. A., M.A., Ph D. Camb. 
Geddes, A. E M , O B E., M.A , 
D.Sc. Lectr. 

Griffith, H D., B.A. Camb. Lectr. 
White, Paul, B.A., Ph.D. Camb. 

Asst. 
Jackson, W. W., M.Sc. Mane. 

Asst. 

GoodaU, J., M.A. Asst. 

Physiology [Reg. Prof. 

Macleod, J. J. R., D.Sc. Tor., 

LL.D., M.B., Ch.B., F.R S. 
Peterson, J. M., B.Sc., B.Sc. (Agr.). 
(Expl. P.) Lectr. 

Magee, H. E., B.Sc., M.B., B.Ch. 
Bell, D.Sc. 

(Nutrit. Physiol.) Lectr. 

Bell, D. J., B.Sc. Glas , Ph.D. St. 

And. Asst. 

Noltie, H. R., M.A., B Sc Asst. 

Orr, J. B., D.S.O., M.C., M.A., 

D.Sc., M.D, Glas. 
Research Lectr. (P. of Nutrition). 

Political Economy 

Gray, A., M.A. Edin. Jaffrey Prof. 

Macdonald, Annie, M.A. (Lectr. in 

Pub. Finance) Asst. 

Hamilton, H., M.A., D.Litt. Glas. 

(Econ. Hist.) Lectr. 



Psychology, Comparative 
Knight, A. R, M.A. Syd. and 
Camb. Anderson Lectr. 

Spanish 
Davidson, C., M.A Lectr. 

Statistical Methods 
Tocher, J. F., D.Sc. Croll Lectr. 

Theology 

Baird, A. C., M.A., D D., B.Sc. 
Glas (Bibl. Cnt.) Reg. Prof. 
Henderson, G. D, M.A, B.D., 
D Litt. Glas (Church Hist ) 

Reg. Prof. 

Thomson, G. T., B.A. Ox., M A., 
B.D. Edin (Systematic T.) 

Prof. 
GifTord Lectr. 

Zoology, v. For., Nat. Hist. 

Agriculture 

(v. also Engin. and infra North of 
Scotland Coll. of Agr.) 

Hendrick, J., B.Sc. Lond. 

Strathcona-Fordyce Prof. 

Profeit, W. J., M.A., B.Sc. (Agr.) 

Lectr. 

Donald, G., B.Sc. (Agr.) Asst. 
Findlay, W. M. (Seed Testing) 

Asst. 

Agric. Chemistry [Asst. 

Hill, Alfred, B.Sc , B.Sc, (Agr.) 
Moore, W., B.Sc., B.Sc. (Agr.) 

Asst. 

Agricultural Law 
Wilson, N. J., M.A., LL.B. Asst, 

Soil Science 

Ogg, W. G., D.Vhil. Camb., M.A., 
B.Sc., B.Sc, (Agr,) 

Research Lectr. 

Veterinary Hygiene and Agr. 

Bacteriology 
Grant, J. C., M.R.C.V.S. Lectr. 

Law 

Stuart, A. M., K.C., LL.B. Kclin., 
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Shewan, F. G. D., M.A., LL.B. 

Pt -time Asst. 
Marshall, K, M.A., LL.B. Tutor 

Constit. L. and fast. 
Williamson, R. M., LL.B. Edin., 
M.A. Lectr. 

Conveyancing 

Morrison, A. C., O.B.E , M.A. St. 
And., LL.B. Glas. Prof. 

Internal. L., Public and Private 
Duncan, G., MA. Lcctr 

Mercantile Law 
Esslemont, W. D., M.A., B.L. 

Lectr. 

Procedure and Evidence 
Edwards, J. H , M.A., LL.B. 

Clark Lectr. 
Roman Law 
Masson, R. P., M.A., LL.B. Lectr. 

Medicine 

(for subjects of the first 2 yrs. 
Anat., etc., v. supra) 

Bacteriology 

Cruickshank, J., M.D. Glas. Prof. 
Croll, J. M , M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H. 

Asst. 
Forensic Med. 

Prof. 

Richards, R., M.A., M.D., 

F.R.C.S.E. Lectr. 

Williamson, G., M.A., M B., C.M. 

(Mcd. Ethics) Lectr. 

Materia Me die a 

Campbell, D., M.C., M.A., B.Sc., 
M.D. Glas. Reg. Prof. 

Morgan, T. N., M.B., Ch.B. Asst. 
Hendry, A. W., M.D. 

Pt.-time Asst. 
Medicine 

Davidson, L. S. P., B.A. Camb., 
M.D. Edin., F.R.C.P.E. 

Reg. Prof. 

Johnston, J., M.B., Ch.B. (Anses.) 
Lectr. 
Mackenzie, J. R., M.D. (Ans.) 

Lectr. 



Anderson, A. G., MA., MD., 
F R C.P. (Clin ) 

Pt.-time Lectr 
Croll, W. F., M.A., M.D. (Clin ) 

Lectr. 

Fullerton, H. W., M.A, MB., 
Ch B. Asst 

Craig, J., M B., Ch.B. 

Part-time Asst. 

Midwifery [Reg. Prof. 

McKerron, R. G. f M.A.. M.D. 
Scmple, R., O.B E., M.D. 

Part-time Asst. 

Ophthalmology 
Souter, W. C , D.O. Ox , M.D 

Lectr. 

Galloway, A. R., O.B.E., M.A., 
M.B., C.M. Lcctr. 

Pathology [Wilson ProL 

Shennan, T , M.D. Edm. 
Gray, J., M.D. 

(Morbid Anat.) Lectr. 
Cran, B. S., M.D. Asst. 

Evans, W. G., M.B., B.S. Lond., 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (Malig- 
nant Dis.) 

Georgtna McRobert Lectr. 
and Radium Officer. 

Public Health 
Rae, H. J., M C., M.A., M.B., 

Ch.B., D.P.H, Pt -time Lcctr. 
Berry, D. W., M.D., D.P.H. Lectr. 
Merewether, Edward R. A., M.D. 

Durh. Lectr, 

Peterkin, H., M.A., M.B., Ch.B. 

(Diseases of the Ear, Nose, 

and Throat) Lectr. 

Brown, J., M.B., Ch,B., D.P.H. 

(Vaccination) Lectr. 

Brown, R. D., M.D. Edin., 

F.R.C.P.E. (Mental Diseases) 

Lectr. 

Anderson, T. E., M.D. (Diseases 

of the Skin) Pt.-time Lectr. 
Bowie, F. J. T., M.B., Ch.B., 

D.P.H. (Yen. Dis.) 

Pt.-time Lectr. 



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Radiology and Electro-Thera- Mitchell, A., M A., Ch M. (Disease! 

peutics of Children) Lectr 

Connon, M., M.D., D.P.H. Brown, W., O.B.E., M D., Ch.B 

Pt -time Lectr. Edm., F.R.C.P E Lectr 

Surgery Tropical Medicine 

Learmonth, J. R., MB, ChM. Williamson, G. A., D.T.M Liv. 

Glas , F.R C S E Reg Prof. M A , M.D. Lectr 

Asst. Tuberculosis 

Bruce, G. G , M.B., Ch.B., F R.C.S. Banks, G. S., M.B , Ch.B., D.P.H 

Asst. Edm. Lectr 
Smith, F. K., M.A., M.B., Ch.B. 

(Clin.) Lectr. Director of Physical Training 

Colt, G. H., M.A., M.B., B.Ch. Brocks, Capt. A. W., M.C , M.B.E 

Camb., F.R.C.S. (Clin.) Lectr. Campbell, Mrs. E. M. Asst 

ASSOCIATED COLLEGES 

NORTH OF SCOTLAND COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, v. also App. XXIV. p. 814 
Director of Studies and Research J. Hendrick, B.Sc., F.I.C., Slrathcona 
Fordyce Prof, of Agric. and Lectr. in Agr. Chem. The Univ. Lcctrs, and 
J. Anderson, M.A., B.Sc., Ph.D., Bee-kcepvng ; G. E. Greonhowo, Hortic. 
G. A. Williamson, M.A., M.D., D.P.H., Trap. Hyg. ; I Advisory Oliiccr, i Agr 
Economist, ir Assts., 4 Demrs., 14 County Organizers. 

ROBERT GORDON TECHNICAL COLLEGES. 

GENERAL INFORMATION, v. also pp. 288 ff. 

The " University and King's College of Aberdeen," founded under a Papa 
Bull in 1494, and the " Marischal College," founded m 1593 by George Keith 
Earl Manschal, were reconstituted in 1860 as " The University of Aberdeen.' 
Certain of the original buildings remain, notably the Chapel (A.D. 1500). 

The LIBRARY, founded in 1500, has 250,000 vols. and 200 Incunabula 
some unique. It is especially rich in Celtic literature, and books bearing 01 
the 'history, topography, and antiquities of the Scottish Highlands, am 
Classical Archaeology. Annual budget about 3500. MUSEUMS : Arxthropo 
logical (illust. cat. is.), Surgical (2500 specimens and 600 instruments), etc 
Besides the usual LABORATORIES there is the Rowett Institute of Research n 
Animal Nutrition near Bankhead, with depts. of Physiol., Bio-Chen u, Bac 
teriol. and Pathol., and attached Animal Husbandry section for practica 
experiments in feeding, etc. (v. App. XXIV.). It is under the managcxuea 
of a joint committee of the Univ. and the N. of Scotland College of Agric 
Hospitals available for clinics : Infirmary, 366 beds ; Children's, 133 ; Itavcx 
350 ; Mental Hospital, 900 ; Maternity Hospital, 32 ; Ophthalmic Institution, 5 

FACULTIES. Arts, Science, Divinity, Law, Medicine. Deans; Profs 
Gray, Borthwick, Henderson, Stuart, Maclcod. 
Departments : Commerce, Education. 

ADMISSION and ADVANCED STANDING, v. Appendix XXII. 

DEGREES, ETC., v. also pp. 289 ff. Diplomas are conferred iu Public Hcaltl 
(D.P.H.) and in Fine Art (History and Theory). A Cert, in Hue Art and 
Cert, in Educ. are also granted. 



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FEES (v. Carnegie Trust, p. 292). Inclusive fees for tuition : B.D., 40 gs. ; 
LL.B., 40 gs. (28 gs. for a M.A. ot the Univ.) ; B.L., 30 gs. ; M.A. and B.Sc taken 
together, nc gs. ; M.A. (Hons ) and B Sc. taken together, 127$ gs ; M.A. and 
B.Com., 75 gs. ; B.Sc and B.Com., 112! gs. ; M B., Ch B., 126 gs. ; M.A., M.B., 
Ch.B., 156 gs. ; M A. (Hons.), M.B., Ch.B., 156 gs. ; B.Sc., M B., and Ch.B., 
168 gs. ; M.A., B Sc., M.B., and Ch B., 202 gs.; M A. (Hons.), 60 gs.; B.Com , 
45 gs. ; B.Sc. (Pure Science, Agriculture, Forestry, and Engineering), 90 gs. ; 
B.Sc. (Hons.), 100 gs. The total cost of the whole medical curriculum, includ- 
ing hospital fees, classes, matricn., and degree fees, is usually about 242. The 
degree fees for the Doctorates are from 10 to 20 gs. The class and examn. 
fees for the D.P.H. are 36 gs. ; for the Dipl. in Hist, and Theory of Fine Art, 
and for the Cert, in Fine Art, 8 gs. and 15 gs. respectively. 

SCHOLARSHIPS, ETC., for graduates (v. also pp. 291-2), about 25 ; aggregate 
annual value about 1600. Travelling Scholarships : Anderson, for medical 
graduates, about 200 P-a. ; Kilgour, 250 for graduates in Natural Science or 
Natural History ; Robbie, 100 p.a. in Maths , Nat. Philos., and Chem. ; John 
Stephen, 00 p.a. in Econ. for 2 yrs. ; Yuill, 150 for i yr., renewable in 
Indust. and Agr. Chem, Travelling Fellowship : Wilson, for archaeological 
research in the Near East, 300 p.a. for 2 yrs. Particulars obtainable from 
Sec. to Wilson Trustees, A. Martineau, Golden Square, Aberdeen ; George 
Thompson, in Med., for 2 yis. (ist yr. abroad) 

RESIDENCE. List of lodgings kept by Students' Repve. Council. 

APPOINTMENTS COMMITTED. There is a Committee which advises students 
as to preparation, for entrance to various Government Services. All com- 
munications to be addressed to The Secretary. 

PHYSICAL WELFARE OF STUDENTS. There is a Dir. of Phys. Tg., with, a 
woman asst. for women students. 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar (Sept.), 45. ; Univ. Review, 7s. 6d. p.a. (3 
issues) ; Students 9 Handbook (Nov.), is. ; Alma Mater (organ of S.R.C.) ; 
Univ. Libr. Bulletin, as. 6d. p.a. (2 issues). 



THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. Mrs. Matilda Murray or Rczin, bequest for bursaries in 
Sci., 2000 ; Miss Helen Jane Wilson, bequest for bursary in Med., 472 : zos. ; 
Miss M. Davidson Smith, for prize in Diseases of Children, 100 ; William 
Walker, bequest of books and documents for Library ; R. W. Davies, estate 
of Aldroughty, Elgin, including furniture and stock, etc,, for demonstrations 
and experiments in Agric. and Forestry ; balance of funds raised by friends of 
the late P. J. Anderson for P. J. Anderson Memorial Lectureship, 346 : 1 1 : 10 ; 
George S, Middleton, further for General Purposes, 140; the Carnegie 
Trust : Library (books), 1000 ; Feu-duty, Powis Lodge, Old Aberdeen, 
156 : 8 : 10 ; towards new Medical Buildings, 4220 ; 17 : 4 ; towards salaries 
of Carnegie Teaching Fellows, 1058 : 6 : 8. 

NEW POSTS. Loctr. : Soil Science. Assts. : Chemistry ; Zoology. 

DEATHS. James E* Crombic, Chancellor's Assessor, University Court; 
Prof. James Gilroy (Hebrew and Semitic Langs.) ; Prof. F, S. Shears (French) ; 



3oo SCOTLAND 

Emer. Prof. H. A. Cowan (Church Hist.) ; Emer, Prof. Matthew Hay (For 
Med.) ; R. A. Linscott (French). 

RESIGNATIONS. Prof. Sir John Marnoch (Surgery) ; George Smith, Genera 
Council Assessor, University Court ; C. C. Abbott (Engl. Lang.) ; Thomas 
Fraser (Chn. Med.) ; M. Casati (French). 

HONORARY DEGREES. D.D. Alexander Cruickshank, Edmund Arbuth 
nott Knox, Thomas Meikle Watt. LL.D. John J. Abel, Sir Buckston Browne 
John Graham Callander, James Clark, Wilham Grant, John Harrower, Desmonc 
MacCarthy, Walter A. Reid. 

STUDENTS. Total, 1252. 

DEGREES. M.A., 152 ; D.Sc., 3 ; Ph.D., 6 ; B.Sc., 26 ; B.Sc. (Agr.), 6 
B.Sc. (For.), 8 ; B.Sc. (Eng.), n ; B.Com., 3 ; LL.B., 7 ,* B.L., 2 ; M.D., u 
M.B., Ch.B., 43 ; Certificate in Fine Art, i ; Diploma in Public Health, 9. 



UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH 



CHANCELLOR Sir JAMES MATTHEW BARRIE, Bart , O M , M.A., LL.D 

VICE-CHANCELLOR AND PRINCIPAL Sir THOMAS H. HOLLAND, K C.S.I 
K C.I.E., LL.D., D.Sc , F.R.S. 

RECTOR Genl Sir IAN S. M. HAMILTON, G C B , G.C M G., D.S.O 
A.D C. (elected 1932). 

DEANS OF FACULTIES. See under " General Information " Faculties 

SECRETARY TO THE UNIVERSITY W. A. FLEMING, M.A., LL.B , J.P 
Advocate. 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Accounting and Business Method 
Annan, W., M.A., C.A. Prof. 

Keddie, C., C.A. Asst. 

Actuarial Science 
Aitken, A. C., D.Sc. Lectr. 

Reid, A. R., M.A., F.F.A., F.I.A. 
Lectr. 
Haynes, A. T., F.LA. Lectr. 

Agriculture, v. infra 

Anatomy 
Brash, J. C., M.C., M.D. Birm., 

M.A., M B., Ch B. Prof. 

Jamieson, E, B., M.D. Lectr. 
Wood, W. Q., M.D., Ch.M., 

F.R.C.S.E. Lectr. 

Jardme, F. E., Ch.B., F R.C.S.E , 

M B. (A. and Applied A.) 

Lectr. 

Walmsley, R., M.B., Ch.B. Asst. 
Borthwick, J. Tech. Asst. 

Anatomy , Comparative 
Bradley, O. C., M,D., D.Sc. Lectr. 
Grahame, Tom, M.R.C.V.S. Asst. 

Anatomy, Morbid 
Davidson, James, M.D., F.R.C.P. 
Lectr. 

Anthropology 
Childe, Prof. V. G. Munro Lectr. 

Arabic 

Riohajrd, M.A.., D.D. Lectr, 



Archeology, Classical 
Wason, C R., B.A. 



Lect 



Archeology, Prehistoric 
Childe, V. G , B.A. Syd., B.Lit 
Ox. Abercromby Pro 

Art (Fine Art) 
Read, H., D.S.O., M.C , M.A. 

Watson Gordon Pro 
Ramsay, Mary, M A. Ass 

Astronomy 

Sampson, R. A., M.A.Camb., D Sc 
LL.D., F.R.S. Reg. Pro 

Banking [Bruce Lect 

M'Neil, A., M.A., S.S.C. 

Biology, v. Nat. Hist. 

Botany, v. also Forestry 
Smith, Sir Wm. Wright, M.A 

F.R.S. Reg. Pro 

Wilson, M., D.Sc. (Mycol. an 

Bacteriol.) Reade 

Smith, J. L. S., M.A., B.S 

(Forest B.) Lect 

Graham, R. J. D., D.Sc- (Botani 

Lect 

Nelson, A., B.Sc., Ph.D. (Plai 

Physiol.) Lect 

Campbell, A. H., B.Sc. Ass 

Celtic Languages* etc. 
Watson, W. J., M.A, Ox., D Utl 
LL.EX , . Frc 



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Chemistry 

Kendall, James P., M.A , D.Sc., 
F.R.S. Prof. 

Mackenzie, J. E., D.Sc., Ph.D. 

Reader. 

Kay, S. A., D.Sc Lectr. 

Rule, H. G., Ph.D., D.Sc. Lectr. 
Butler, J. A. V., D.Sc. Lectr. 

Bolam, T. R , D.Sc. Lectr. 

Ludlam, E. B , M.A., D.Sc. Lectr. 

Lectr. 

Miller, Miss C. C., B.Sc., Ph.D. 

Lectr. 

Campbell, N., B.Sc., Ph.D. Lectr. 
Bolam, Mary R. (Mrs.), B.Sc., 
Ph.D. Asst. 

14 other Assts. 

Chemistry in relation to Medicine 

Barger, G., M.A. Camb., D.Sc, 

F.R.S. Prof 

Lecturers : 

Stewart, C. P., M.Sc. Durh , Ph.D. 
Stedman, E., B.Sc , Ph.D. 
Stedman, Ellen (Mrs.), M.Sc. 
Macartney, W. A , Ph.D. Asst. 
Caddie, R., B.Sc. Asst. 

Chemistry, Technical 
Bain, David, D.Sc. Lectr. 

Classics : Greek [Prof. 

Calder, W. M., M A. Ox., D.Lrfct. 
Forbes, P. B. R., M.A. Camb. 

Lectr. 

Luckhurst, K. W., B.A. Lectr. 
White, K. D., B A Asst. 

Classics : Latin 
Richmond, O. L., M A. Camb 

Prof. 

Campbell, D J., M.A. Lectr. 

Potter, K. R., M.A. Lectr, 

Smith, W. K., B.A. Lectr. 

Nicolson, Miss C. A., M.A. Asst. 
Andrew, Ehz. C., M.A. Asst. 

Commerce, and Organization of 

Industry, v. also Ace., Banking 
Oliver, W., B.Sc. Prof. 

Commercial and Polit. Econ. and 

Merc. Law, v. also Law 
Ogilvie, F. W., M.A. Ox. Prof. 



Lecturers : 

Birnie, A., M A. (Econ. Hist.) 
Rankin, Mary T., M A., D.Phil. 
Joynt, Thomas A , M A. 
Isles, K. S., B A., B.Com. 
Aitken, A. C., D.Sc. (Statistics and 

Math Econ) 

Bates, Stewart, M,A. Asst. 

Cytology, v. Nat. Hist. 
Divinity 

Paterson, Very Rev. W. P., LL.D. 
Penn , M A., B.D., D.D. 

Prof. 
Robertson, Prof. Edward 

Gunning Lectr. 

Curtis, Rev. W. A., M.A., B.D., 
D.Litt., D.D. 

Reg. Prof, of Biblical 

Criticism & Bib. Antiq. 

Burleigh, J. H. S , M.A., B.Litt., 

B.D. (Eccl. Hist.) Prof. 

Martin, Rev. Principal A., D.D,, 

LL.D. Lectr, 

Manson, Rov. Prof. W., B.D, 

Lectr. 

Simpson, Prof. J. Y., D.Sc. Lectr. 

Mackintosh, Rev. Prof. H. R., 

D.Phil , D D. Lectr. 

Watt, Rov. Prof. H., B.D. Lectr. 

Welch, Rev. Prof. A. C., D.D., 

Th D. Lectr. 

Perry, Rev. Dean W., D.D. Lectr. 

Hughes, Rev. P'paL G. H., D.D., 

D Litt. Lectr. 

Lamont, Rev. Prof. D., D.D. 

Lectr, 
Miller, Rev. J. H., C.B.E., D.D. 

Lectr. 

Thornton, C. T., M.A., B.D. Lectr. 
Morrison, Rev. J., D.D, Asst. 
Mathers, Rov. J., O,RE,, B.D. 

Asst. 

Economics, v. Comm. 
Economics, Social 
Milnes, Nora, B.Sc. Lectr. 

Education [Prof. 

Thomson, Godfrey H., D.Sc,, 
Ph.D, (Dir. of Studios of the 
Provincial Training College) 



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Milne, A , D.Sc Lectr. 

Mowat, G , M.A., B.Ed. Lectr. 
Drummond, Margaret Lectr. 

Assistants : 

Bickersteth, Marguerite E., Ph D. 
Samuel, Eliz , M A , B.Ed. 
Clark, Mary J , M A 
Borland, Miss J., M.A. 

Engineering 

Bcare, Sir Thos. Hudson, B.A., 
B.Sc. Adel. Reg. Prof. 

Lecturers 
Todd, J. B., B.Sc., Ph.D., 

(Surv. & Hydraulics). 
Cowan, Lt -Col. S. Hunter, D.S.O. 

(Forest Engm ) 

Stewart, David S , B Sc , Ph.D. 
Patterson, C 

Davidson, M. (Heat Engines). 
Carswell, J I . B Sc Lectr 

Stevenson, E , B Sc Asst. 

Ross, A. D,, B Sc. Asst. 

Thomson, R., B.Sc Asst, 

Glover, T. S., J5.Sc, Demr. 

English Lit. and Rhetoric 
Grierson, H. J. C., MA. Aberd., 

B.A. Ox., DLitt, LLD St. 

And. Reg. Prof. 

Kitchin, G., M.A., D Litt. Lectr. 
Macdonald, Angus, M.A. 

(JE. Lang.) Lectr. 

Bullough, G , M.A. Lectr. 

Clark, A. M , M.A. Lectr. 

Wood, H., M.A. Asst. 

Cattanach, Rev. J. H, Asst, 

Smith, H, K. Asst. 

Entomology, v. infra Agric. 
Forestry ', v. infra Agric. 

French and Rom. Philol. 

Prof. 

Lafourcade, G. Lectr. 

Burns, Mary, M.A., D. de 1'U. 

Paris Lectr. 

Poulet, G, Lectr. 
5 Assts. 

Geography [Prof. 

Ogilvie, Alan G., M.A., B.Sc. Ox. 



Linton, D. L., B Sc. Lectr. 

Geddes, A., D. es L. Lectr. 

Geology 

Jehu, T. J , M.A., M.D Reg Prof 

Campbell, R , M A., D.Sc (Petro- 
logy) Reader. 

Fmlay, T. M.. M.A., B.Sc. 
(PalcGont ) Lectr 

Craig, Robert, M.A., B.Sc (Econ. 
Geol ) Lectr. 

Cockburn, A., Ph.D. Asst. 

German and Teutonic Philol. 
Bruford, W. H., M.A. Camb. Prof. 
Eggelmg, H. F., M.A. Lectr. 
Barker, Mane L , Ph.D. 

Research Fellow and Lectr. 
Wolcken, F., Ph D Held Asst. 

Hebrew and Semitic Langs. 
Kennedy, Rev. A R S, M.A., 
D D. Glas. and St And Prof . 
Cameron, Rev. D., B.D. Asst. 

Histology, v. Physiol. 

History, v also Comm., Div. 
Williams, A F. Basil, M.A. Prof. 
Heatley, D. P., M.A. (Political 
Science) Reader. 

Balfour-Melville, E. W. M., M.A. 
Lectr. 
Rothwell, H., Ph,D. Camb. 

(Medieval and Gen. Euro- 
pean) Lectr. 

Horn, D. B., M.A., D.Litt. Lectr. 
Simpson, M., M.A. Asst. 

History, Ancient (Gk. 6* Roman) 
Giles, A. F., M.A. Edin. and Ox. 

Reader, 

History, Ancient > and Pal&og 
Hannay, R. K., M.A. Glas., LL.D. 
St, And. and Ox. Prof. 

Lemon, Miss E., M.A. Asst. 

History (Constitn. of the B. Emp., 

etc.) 
Keith, Pro! A. B. Lectr. 

History , Const, and Const. Law 
Dykes, B. 0., LL.B. Prof. 

Philip, J. R., M.A., LL.B. Asst. 



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Italian 
Purves, J., M.A. 



Lectr. 



Law, v. infra 

Logic and Metaphysics, v. Philos. 

Mathematics 

Whittaker, E. T., M.A. Camb., 
Sc D., LL D , F.R.S. Prof. 
Horsburgh, E. M., M.A., D.Sc. 

Reader. 

Gibb, D., M.A., B.Sc. Lectr. 

Aitken, A. C., D.Sc. Lectr. 

Ruse, H. S., B.A. Lectr. 

Edge, W L., B A. Lectr. 

Rutherford, D E., M A , B Sc. 

Asst. 
Campbell, J T., M.A , Ph.D. 

Asst. 

Mathematics, Applied 
Schlapp, R., Ph.D. Camb. Lectr. 

Medicine and Surgery, v. infra 

Mining 
Briggs, H., Ph.D., D.Sc. 

Hood Prof. 
Music 

Tovey, D. F., B A., D.Mus. Ox., 
Mus.M. Reid Prof. 

Shirlaw, M., Mus Doc. Lectr. 
Grierson, Mary, Mus. Doc. Lectr. 
Ludwig, Margt., Mus Bac. Lectr. 

Natural History and Zoology 
Ashworth, J. H., D.Sc., F.R.S. 

Prof. 
O'Donoghue, C. H., D.Sc. Reader. 

Lecturers : 

Nicoll, W., MA., D.Sc, M.D. 
(Helminthology). 

Craig-Bennett, A. L., M.A., Ph D. 

Friend, G, F., B.Sc., B.A (Cyto- 
logy and Exp, Zool ). 

Taylor, A. W., M.Sc (Dip. in Trop. 
Vet. Med. Course). 

Gresson, R. A. R., B.Sc., Ph.D. 
(Cytol.). 

Gray, P., B.Sc., Ph.D. (Vert. 
Embryol.). 

Nicol, Edith A. T., Ph.D. Asst. 

Paleontology, v. Geol. 



Petrology, v. Geol. 

Philology, v. French, Ger., Sansk . 

Philosophy 

Smith, N. Kemp, M.A., D.Phil. 

St. And , LL.D Prof. 

Porteous, A J. D., M A (Ancient 

P.) Lectr. 

Maclennan, R. D., M.A. Lectr. 

Sinclair, W. A., M.A. Asst. 

Murray, A. R M., M A , Ph D. 

Philosophy, Moral, v. also Psych. 
Taylor, A. E , M.A., D.Litt., LL.D. 

Prof. 

Barker, H., M A. Lectr. 

Butterworth, E. A. S., B.A. Asst. 
Carmichael, D. M. Asst. 

Philosophy, Natural 
Barkla, C. G., M.A. Camb., D.Sc. 
Liv., F.R.S., Nobel Laureate. 
Prof. 

Darwin, C. G., M.A. Camb., F.R.S. 
Tait Prof. 

Carse, G. A., M.A., D.Sc. Reader. 
Milne, J. R., D.Sc. Lectr. 

Childs, C. B., PhJX Lectr. 

Paton, J., M.A., B.Sc. Lectr. 
Dymond, E. G., M A. Camb. 

Lectr. (Physics). 

Kay, J. S., M.A. Asst. 

Honeyman, A*, M.A. Asst. 

Ross, Marion A. S., M.A. Asst. 
Carmichael, H., B.Sc. Asst, 

Physiology 
Schafer,Sir E. A. vSharpey, LL.D., 

F.R.S. (till 30.0.33) Prof. 
Cameron, May L., M.A., B.Sc., 

M.B. (Histol.) Lectr. 

Bruce, A.N., M.D., D.Sc., F.R.C.P, 

(P. of Nervous System) Lectr 
Eggleton, P., M.Sc., D.Sc. Lectr. 
Bain, W. A., B.Sc. Lectr, 

Kennedy, W. P., B.Sc., Ph.D, 

L.R.C.P., L.K.C.S.K. 

L.R.F.RS., A.T.C. Asst 

Cameron, J. D. S,, M.B., Ch.li. 

F.R.C.P. 
2 Technical Assts. 

Pol. Econ. t v. Comm., Hist. 



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Psychology 

Drever, J., MA., B.Sc. Lond., 

D.Phil. Prof. 

Collins, Mary, M.A , B.Ed , Ph D. 

Loctr. 

Fairbairn, W. R. D., M.A., M.D. 

Lectr. 
Sutherland, J. D., B.Ed., B Sc. 

Asst. 

Seth, G., M.A , B.Ed. Asst. 

Rhetoric, v. English 
Sanskrit and Comp Philol. 
Keith, A Bernedale, M A ,D Litt., 
D.C.L Reg Prof. 

Semitic Langs., v. Hebrew 
Spanish 

Walton, L B., M.A., B.Litt Ox. 
Lcctr. 

Wilson, John, M.A. Asst. 

Meek, J. M., M.A. Asst. 

Statistics, v. Comm. 
Theology, v. Divinity 
Theology, Natural 
Bevan, E. R., D.Litt., LL.D. 

Gifford Lectr. 
Zoology, v. Nat Plist. 

Agriculture and Forestry 
(v. also Bot., Engin., Law) 

Agriculture and Rural Economy 
Shearer, E., M.A., B.Sc. Prof. 
More, J. A., B Sc. Lectr. 

Gordon, J. Evans, B.Sc. Lectr. 

Agric. tind Forest Entomol. 
Cameron, A. K,, M.A., D.Sc. Lectr. 
McHardy, J. W., B Sc. Lcctr. 

Animal Genetics [Pro!. 

Crow, F. A. E., M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc. 
Wiesncr, B. P., Ph.D. Lectr. 

Greenwood, A. W., Ph.D. Lectr. 
Smith, A. D. B., M.A., B.Sc. 

Lcctr. 
Miller, W. C., M.R.C.V.S. Loctr. 

Forestry 

Stebbing, E. P., M.A. Prof. 

Pike, J. L., M.A., B.Sc. Lectr. 
Fergusson, D. C., B.Sc. Lectr. 



Law 
A dmimstrative Law 



Fisher, M. G. 



305 



Reader. 
Lectr. 



Agricultural Law 
Cowan, John, LL.B., K.C. Lectr. 

Civil Law 

Mackintosh, J., K C , MA. St. 
And , B.A. Ox , LL D. Prof. 
Thomson, G. R., B.A., LL.B. 



Constitutional Law, v. Hist. 

Conveyancing 

Wedderbum, E. M., LL B., D.Sc., 

W S. Prof. 

Young, A. W., LL.B., W.S. Asst. 

English Law 
Findlay, Sir C. S , M A , LL.B. 

Reader. 

Evidence and Procedure 
Eaton, H. W. Lectr. 

Industrial Law 
Lectr. 

International Private Law 
Garrett, Wm., M A., LL.B. 

Reader. 

Mercantile Law, v. also Comm. 
Lillie, J. A., LL B. Lectr. 

Taylor, T M., LL.B Asst. 

Public Law 
Wilson, Wm., M.A., LL.B. 

Reg. Prof. 
Kermack, S. G., M.A., LL B. 

Lectr. and Asst. 
Scots Law [Prof. 

Henderson, R. C , K.C., LL.B. 
Milne, C. B., M.A., LL.B. 

Lectr. and Asst. 

Medicine 

(for subjects of the first 2 yrs. 
Anat., etc., v. supra) 

Bacteriology 

Mackie, T. J., M.D. Glas., 
M.R.C.P.E,, D.P.H. Ox. 

R. Irvine Prof. 



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Lecturers : 
Alston, J. M., M.B., Ch.B., 

M.RC.P.E. 

Gibson, H. J., M.B., Ch.B. 
Finkelstein, M. H., B.Sc., M.B., 

ChB 
Assts. : 
MacGiffivray, Isabel M., M.B., 

Ch.B , M R.C.P.E. 
Haddow, A , M.B., Ch B. 
Van Rooyen, C. E., M D., Ch.B. 

Child Life and Health [Prof. 
M'Neil, C, M.A., M.D., F.R.CP. 

Children, Diseases of 

Carmichael, N. S., M.B., Ch.B., 

F.R CPE. Lectr. 

Thatcher, L. H. F., M.D., 

F.R.C.P.E. Lectr, 

Hertzfeld, Gertrude, M.B , Ch.B., 

F.R C.S E. Lectr. 

Dott, N. McO, M.B., Ch.B, 

F.R.C.S E. Lectr. 

Murray, J. M'N., M.B , Ch B. 

Asst. 
Finlay, T. Y., M.D., F R.C.P.E. 

Asst. 

Craig, W. S., M.B., Ch B. Asst. 

Wallace, H. L., MB, ChB., 

F.R C.P.E. Asst. 

Dental Diseases [Lectr. 

Jamieson,J D.H.,H.D D.,L.D S. 

Dermatology, Chnical, v. infra 

Clin. Teaching Staff 
Eye, Diseases of the, v. infra 

Clin. Teaching Staff 
Forensic Med. 

Smith, S. A., M D., D.P.H. Edin. 

and Glas. Reg. Prof. 

Davidson, J., M.B, Ch.B., 

M R.C.P.E. Asst. 

Mason, V. H , M.C., M.B., Ch.B. 

Asst. 
Macfarlane, J., M.B., Ch.B. Asst. 

Gynacology, Syst. and Clin., v. 

infra Clin. Teaching Staff 
History of Med. 

Comrie, J. D., M A., B.Sc., M.D., 
F.R.C.P.E. Lectr. 



Infective Fevers 

Benson, W. T., B Sc., MD., 
F.R.C.P.E., D.P.H. Camb. 

Lectr. 

Laryng., Ot., and Rhmology, v. 
infra Clin. Teaching Staff 

Matena Medica 

Clark, A. J., B.A., M C., B.A. 

Camb., M.D., F.R C.P. Prof. 

Scott, C. M , M B., Ch B. Lectr. 

Percival, G. H, MB, ChB., 

Ph D., D.P.H. Ed and Glas , 

M.R.C.P.E. Asst. 

Dick, L A. G. L , M.B., Ch.B. 

Asst, 
Bogue, J. Y., Ph.D., M.R.C.V.S. 

Asst. 

Dikshit, B. B., M.B., B.S. Bomb., 
D P.H. Calc. Asst. 

^ Tech, Asst. 

Medicine, v. also infra Clin. 

Teaching Staff 
Ritchie, W. T., O.B.E , M.D., 

C.M., F.R.C.P.E. Prof. 

McCrie, J. G., M.B., Ch.B., 

M.R.C.P.E. Lectr. 

Thomson, W. A. R., M.B., Ch.B. 

Asst. 
Medicine, Clinical, v. also infra 

Chn. Teaching Staff 
Bramwell, E., M.IX, Ch.M., 

F.R.C.P., F.ltC.P.E, Prof. 
Russell, W. R., M.B., Ch.B., 

M.R.C.P.E. Asst 

7 CUn. Tutors. 

Mental Diseases, v. Psychiat. 

Midwifery and Diseases of 
Women, v. also infra Qin. 
Teaching Staff 

Johnstone, R. W., C.B.K., M.A., 
M.D., M.R.C.P,E., F.R,C.S.E. 
Prof. 
3 Tutors, and i Tech. Asst. 

N euro-Pathology 

Lectr. 

Carmichael, R., M.I*., Ch.B. 

Supervisor. 



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Orthopaedics 

Cochrane, W. A., MB, Ch B . 
F.R.C.S E. Lectr. 

Pathology, v. also Anat. Morb. 

and Bacteriol. 

Drennan, A. M., M.D., F.R.C P.E. 

Prof. 

Rettie, T., D.Sc. Lectr. 

Millar, W. G., M.B , Ch.B. Lectr. 
Macgregor, Agnes R., M.B , Ch.B., 

F.R.C.P.E Asst. 

Monro, J. E., M.A., M.B , Ch.B., 

F.R C.S.E. Asst. 

Ogilvie, R., M.B , Ch.B. Asst. 
MacGillivray, Miss I. M, M.B., 

Ch.B. Asst. 

Psychiatry 
Henderson, D. K., M.D., 

F.R.F.P.S. Prof. 

M'Alister, W. 'M., M.A., M.B., 

Ch.B., F.R.C.P.E Lectr. 
Clarkson, R. D., B.Sc., M.D., C.M., 

F.R.C.P.E. Lectx. 

Fairbairn, W. R. D., M.A , M.D. 

Lectr. 
Bruce, A. N., D.Sc., M.D., 

F.R.C P.E. Lectr. 

Bailey, J. R., M.B., Ch.B. 

Clin. Tutor. 

Spence, T. R. C., M.C., M.D. Asst. 
M'Innes, R. G., M.B., Ch.B. Asst. 
MacNiven, Angus, M.B , Ch.B., 

D.P.M. Lond., M.R.C.P.E. 

CUn. Tutor. 
Public Health 
Lclean, P. S., C.B., CM.G., 

F.R.C.S., D.P.H. Lond. Prof. 
Langrishe, J. du P., D.S.O., M.B., 

B.Ch. Dub., D.P.H. Lectr. 
Guy, J., M.D., F.R.F.P.S., 

F.R.C.P.E., D.P.H. Camb. 

(M.O.H. for the city) (San. 

Admin.) Lectr. 

Radiology and Electrical Thera- 
peutics 
White, J. D., M.B., Ch.B. Lectr. 

Sanitary Administration, v. 
Public Health 



Surgery, v. also infra Clin. 

Teaching Staff 
Wilkie, D. P. D., O.B E., M.D , 

ChM., F.R.CS, F.R.CS.E. 

Prof. 

Fraser, John, M.D, ChM., 

F.R.C.S.E. (Clm S ) Prof. 
7 Clin. Tutors, 
i Tech. Asst. 
i Teacher of Anaesthetics. 

Therapeutics, v. also infra Clin. 

Teaching Staff 
Lyon, D. Murray, M D., D Sc., 

F.R.C.P.E., DP.H Ed. and 

Glas. Prof. 

Gilchnst, A. R., M.B., Ch.B., 

F.R.C.P E. Lectr. 

Dunlop, D. Melville, B.A. Ox., 

M.D., M R C P.E. Lectr. 
Murray -Lyon, R. M., M.D., 

M.R.C.PE. Asst. 

Hendry, E. B., B.Sc. Chemist. 

Tropical Climates Diseases 
Grcig, Lt.-Col. E. D. W., C J E., 
I M.S., DSc., MD., CM., 
F.R.C.P E. Lectr. 

Tuberculosis 

Philip, Sir Robert W., M.A., M D., 
LL.D., F.R.C.P.E. Prof. 

Dunlop, D. Melville (v Therap.) 

Asst. 
Simpson, J. C., M B , Ch.B. Asst. 

Venereal Diseases 
Lees, David, D S.O,, M.A , M.D., 

F.R.C.S.E. Lectr. 

Tutors : 
Listen, Mary F., O.B E , M.B., 

Ch.B. Glas. 
Lees, R., M B., Ch.B. 
Batchelor, R. C. L., M.A, M.B., 

Ch B., F.R.C S.E., D.P.H. 

Ed. and Glas. 

Clinical Teaching Staff 

Clinical Surgery 
Surgcons-in-Ordinary 
Chieno, G. L., M.B,, Ch.M., 
F.R.C.S.E. 



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Stuart, W. J., M.A., M B., Ch B , 

F.R.C S.E. 
Struthers, J. W. M.B. Ch.B., 

F.R.C.S.E. 

Wilkie, Prof. D. P. D., v. Surg 
Wade, Henry, C.M.G., D.S.O., 

M D., F.R.C.S.E. 
Fraser, Prof. John, v. Surg. 
Graham, J. M., M.B., Ch.M., 

F.R.C.S E. 
Asst. Surgeons : 
Watson, A. Krie, O.B.E., MA., 

M B , Ch M., F.R.C S.E. 
Jardme, F. E., M.B., Ch.B., 

F R.C.S.E. 
Wood, W. Q., MD., ChM., 

F.RCS.E. 
Shaw, J. J. M., M.C , M.A , M.D., 

FR.C.S.E. 
Mercer, W., M.B., ChB., 

F.R.C S.E. 
Cochrane, W. A., MB., ChB., 

F.R.C.S.E. 
Brown, K. Paterson, M.B., Ch.B , 

F.R.C.S.E. 
Stewart, R. L., M.B., Ch.B., 

F.R.C.S.E. 
Miller, T. M'W., M B., Ch.B. 

Clinical Med^c^ne 
Physicians-in-Ordinary : 
Watson, D. Chalmers, M.D., 

F.R C.P.E. 

Bramwell, Prof., v. Med., CHn. 
Matthew, Edwin, M,A. Aberd., 

M.D., Ch.M., F.R.C.P E. 
Eason, John, M.D., Ch.M., 

F.R.C.P.E. 
Ritchie, W. T., O.B.E., MD., 

Ch.M., F.R.C.P.E. 
Lyon, Prof. D. Murray, v. Therap. 
Comrie, Dr. J. D., v. Hist, of M. 
Goodall, Alex,, M.D., F.R.C.P.E. 

Asst. Physicians : 
Mathewson, G. D., B.Sc., M.B., 

Ch.B., F.R.C.P.E. 
Hewat, A. Fergus, M.D., 

F.R.C.P.E. 
Watson-Wemyss, H. L., M.D., 

F.R.C.P.E. 



Small, W D D., M.D., F.R C P.E. 
Alexander, W. A., MB., ChB., 
F.R.C P E. 

Climcal Gynacology 
Gynaecologists : 
Johnstone, Prof. R. W., v. Mid- 

wif. 
Young, James, D.S.O., M.D., 

F.R.C.S.E. 

Haultain, W. F. T , O B.E., M.C., 
B.A, M.B, B.Ch. Camb., 
M.R.C P E., F.R.C S.E. 
Asst. Gynaecologists : 
Miller, D. A , M.D., F.R.C S.E 
Fahmy, E. C, M.B., Ch.B., 

M.R.C.P.E., F.R.C S.E. 
Sturrock, J., M.B., F.R.C.S.E. 

Ophthalmology 
Surgeons : 
Traquair, H. M., M.IX, Ch.M., 

F.R.C S.E , D.P.H. 
Cameron, E. H., M.B., Ch.B., 

F.R C.S.E. 
Asst. Surgeons : 
Chalmers, E. H., M.B., Ch.B. 
Graham, C. W., M.B., Ch.B,, 

F R C S E 

Paterson, 'j. *R., MB., Ch.B., 
F.R C.S E. 

Ear, Nose, Throat 
Surgeons : 
Fraser, John S., M.B., Ch.B., 

F.R.C.S.E. 
Lithgow, J. D., M,B., Ch.M., 

F.R.C.S.E. 
Asst. Surgeons : 
Gardiner, W. T., M-C., M.B., Ch.B., 

F.R.C.S.E. 

Martin, G. E., M.A., M.B., Ch.B., 
F.R.C.S.E. 

Diseases of the Skin 
Physicians : 
Gardiner, Frederick, B.Sc., M.D., 

Ch.M., F.K.C.S.K. 
Low, R. Cranston, MJ>., 
F.R.C.P.E, 



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Asst. Physicians : . 

Aitkcn, Robert, M.D., F R.C P.E. University Extension 

Percival, G H., Ph.D., M.B., 19 Tutors, including 6 Univ. Profs, 
Ch B., M.R C.P.E , D.P.H. and n Univ. Lcctrs. 

Romanes Lecturer, 1933 Prof Dr H Wieland (Munich). 

ASSOCIATED COLLEGES, in which Univ. courses are provided. 

EDINBURGH AND EAST OP SCOTLAND COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, v. also App. 
XXIV. p. 814. Principal and Prof, of Agric. and Rural Econ., Prof. E. 
Shearer, M.A., B.Sc. The Univ. staff and the following : Lectrs. : Agr. Engin. 
and Surveying, L. M. Walker, B.Sc. ; Bactenol., T. Gibson, B Sc. ; Chem. and 
Agr. and Forest Chem., A. Lauder, D.Sc., F.I.C., A. M. Smith, Ph.D. , Econ., 
D. Witney, B.Com. 7 other teachers, 7 Advisory and 23 Extension staff. 

HERIOT-WATT COLLEGE. The College provides instruction in Day and 
Evening Classes for those following or proposing to follow technical careers m 
Mcch Kug., Klcctr Bug., Mining and Oil Eng., Applied Chem., Brewing, 
Pharmacy, Building, and Printing. Principal, J. C. Small, O.B.E., F R S.E. 
Staff : Chem., Prof. T. Slater Price, O B.E., D Sc., Ph.D., F.I.C., F.R.S. ; 
Sr. Lcclr., J. Sandilands, F.I.C. ; 8 other Lectrs. Eng., Elects, Piof. F. G. 
Bailey, M.A , M I.M.E., F.R.S.E. ; Asst. Prof,, E. N. Pink, B.Sc. ; 3 Lcctrs. 
Eng., Mech., Prof. A. R. Home, O.I3.E., B.Sc., M.I.M.E., F.R.$.E. ; Asst. 
Profs., H. H. Vaughan, B.Sc., M.I.M.E., R. S. Smillic, B.Sc. ; 7 Lectrs Eng.. 
Mining, Prof. H. Briggs, O.B.E., D Sc., Ph.D., A.R.S.M., M.I.M.E., F.R.S E. ; 
4 Lectrs. Maths., 2 Lectrs. Physics, 3 Lcctrs. Printing, 3 Lectrs. 

NEW COLLEGE. Principal, Rev. Alox. Martin, D.D. The Univ. Profs, and 
the following Profs, and Lectrs. : Apologetic Theol., Christian Ethics, and 
Pract. Training, Rev. D. Lament, D.D. ; Church Hist., Rev. H. Watt, D.D. ; 
Dogmatics, Rev. H. R. Mackintosh, D.Phil., D.D. ; Elocution, G. Gonng ; 
Nat. Sci., J. Y. Simpson, D.Sc ; New Test. Lang.,' Lit. and Theol., Rev. W. 
Manson, D.D. ; Old Test. Lang., Lit. and Theol, Rev. A. C. Welch, D.D., Th.D. ; 
Pract. Training and Social., Rov. J. H. Miller, C.B.E., D.D.; Relig. Instrn., W. 
Boyd, M.A., B.Sc., D.Phil. 

ROYAL (Dicx) VETERINARY COLLEGE. Principal and Prof, of Anal, and 
Histol., 0. Chanxock Bradley, M.D., D.Sc., M.R.C.V.S. Other Profs. : Ammal 
Pathol, J. R. Greig, Ph.D., M.R.C.V.S. ; Chem. and Physics, R. G. Thm, B.Sc., 
F.LC. ; Hyg. and Dietetics, R. G. Lfciton, Ph.D., M.R.C.V.S. ; Med r andMaterfa 
Medica, G. F. Boddie, B.Sc., M.R.C.V.S. ; Pathot, Bacteriol, and Meat In- 
spection, D. C. Mathcson, F.R.C.V.S., D.V.S.M. ; Physiol, H. Drycrro, Ph.D. 
Edin., M.R.C.V.S. Eng., L.R.C.P. Lond, F.R.S.E. ; Surgery and Qbstet., W. M. 
Mitchell, M.C., T.D., M.B., Ch.B., B.Sc., M.R.C.V.S. 7 Lectrs., 4. Assts., 2 
Demrs., i Hon, Radiologist, 3 din, Assts. 

GENERAL INFORMATION, v. also pp. 288 ff. 

Originally the " Town's College," founded in 1583 by the Town Council 
under general powers granted by Royal Charter, April 14, 1582. The Old 
College on the site of " Kirk o* Field," the scene of the murder of Lord Daraley, 
was designed by Robert Adam, and completed in 1838. Newer buildings 
include the Medical Buildings and the McEwan Hall (1888-97), which holds 2600 
and has a great electric organ ; and " The King's Buildings " (commenced in 
1920) for Chemistry and other Science Dopts. The Medical School of this Univ. 
has been famous for many generations ; specially ample provision exists also 



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for instruction and research in Theology (post-grad, school instituted 1919), 
Agric., For., Engin., Mining, and Vet. Sc. Edinburgh is the seat of the 
Scottish Supreme Courts of Law. 

LIBRARY, founded in 1580, 350,000 vols., 8000 MSS., includes special 
collections Shakespearean, Sanskrit, Celtic, Persian, and Arabic MSS., 
Economics (Hodgson), Math, tables by E. Sang, transactions of Engin. 
Societies in Great Britain and America, the Laing Charters (A.D. 854- 
1837), the Laing manuscripts, the Abercrornby collection of 2500 vols. on 
archaeology, ethnology, etc. ; the Blackie collection of modern Greek books, 
the Bruce collection of books on oceanographical subjects, the Cameron collec- 
tion of Celtic literature. MUSEUMS: Nat. Philos., Fine Art, Geol., Nat. Hist., 
Chem., Forestry, Agnc., Entom. and Forest Zool. (Waterhouse collection of 
Coleoptera), Anat. (founded with the Monro collection in 1800 ; numerous speci- 
mens of Cetacea and human crania), Physiol., Mat. Mod. (notable collections 
of medicinal and food substances, including those of Duncan and Christison), 
Forensic Med., Practice of Physic, Surg., Obst. (Simpson collection), Music 
and Musical Instruments. The Prof, of Botany is Regius Keeper of the 
Royal Botanic Garden; the Prof, of Astronomy is Astronomer Royal for 
Scotland and gives practical courses at the Royal Observatory. The LABORA- 
TORIES are especially well equipped for research in Anatomy, Anthropology, 
Bacteriology, Chemistry (the Labs, at King's Buildings, completed 1924, have 
accommodation for about 400 students), Zool., Mining, Engm. (notably Hydrs., 
Strength of Materials, Elec. Engin.), Mat. Med , Path., Physics, Physiol., Psych., 
Pub. Health. The Univ. has a table at the Millport Marine Station. HOSPITALS: 
the Royal Infirmary adjoining the Umv. provides over 900 beds for clinical 
teaching, in addition to the Children's, Maternity, and Fever Hospls., the Royal 
Mental Hospl., and the Royal Victoria Hospl for Tuberculosis, Over 50 
resident posts in these are given annually to Med. graduates. 

FACULTIES, (i) Arts, (2) Science (including Engineering, Mining and 
Metallurgy, Technical Chemistry, Public Health, Agriculture, Forestry, and 
Veterinary Science, as well as Pure Science), (3) Divinity, (4) Law, (5) Medicine, 
(6) Music. Deans : (i) Prof. N. K. Smith (Philos.), (2) Prof. Sir T. Hudson 
Beare (Engin.), (3) Prof. Curtis (Biblical Criticism), (4) Prof. Mackintosh 
(Roman Law), (5) Prof. Sydney Smith (Forensic Mod.), (6) Prof. Tovcy (Music). 

ADMISSION AND RECOGNITION OF INSTITUTIONS AND TEACHERS outside the 
U.K. See Appendix XXII. 

DEGREES AND DIPLOMAS (v. also pp. 289 ff.). A diploma in Education is 
granted on completion of Univ. courses (i yr.) and passing examns. in Psych., 
Theory and Hist, of E., and modern E. Systems and Problems. Candidates 
must have attended a course of Professional training or have had at least 
3 yra/ experience as a teacher, and must have completed a graduation course 
in Arts or Science. Diplomas are also granted in A ctuarial Mathematics (2 yrs.), 
Technical Chemistry (open to graduates who have taken a degree in Science with 
Honours in Chemistry), Engl. Language, French, German, and Spanish t and a 
Diploma and a Certif . in Social Study. 

A candidate for the B.Sc. in Vet. Sc. must (i.) have passed the Prelim, 
exaran. for degrees in Sc., (u.) have been engaged in Vet. study for 4 yrs., 
(iii.) have a registrable qualification, (iv.) have attended certain Specified 
courses, including x yr. of study in this Univ. The Royal (Dick) Vet. Coll., 
Edin., provides certain of the qualifying courses. 

Diplomas in Pub. Health (i yr. course), in Tropical Med. and Hygiene 
(6 mos.) ; in Psychiatry (i yr.), in Radiology (i yn) and in Tropical Vet. Med. 
(6 mos.), are open to graduates of the Univ, and registered Mod. practitioners. 



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Candidates for the Mus.Bac. must have passed the Prelim. Exanm. or its 
equivalent, and attended a course m this Univ. during 3 winter sessions. A 
Mus.Bac. of 3 yrs.' standing may offer himself for the Mus.Doc (which may 
also be conferred honons causa) as Composer, as Executant, or as Theorist or 
Historian. 

POST-GRADUATE COURSES in Medicine are held during the Summer and 
Autumn Terms and the Summer Vacation. Particulars obtainable from the 
Hon. Sec., P.-G. Courses in Med., Univ. New Buildings, Edinburgh. The 
Post-graduate School of Theology issues a detailed list of courses. Graduates 
contemplating research should apply to the Deans. 

SCHOLARSHIPS (v. also pp. 291-2). Total annual value over 25,000 ; for 
graduates only, 6000. Most are open to colonial and foreign students. The 
Earl of Moray's Endowment provides about 1200 p.a. for research. 

Travelling for study or research is encouraged by Dickson Fund (90 p a.), 
Dundas Latin Studies Fund (45 p.a.), Drummond Mathematical Scholarship 
(140 p.a. for 3 yrs ), Madaren Mathematical Scholarship (206 for 3 yrs.), 
Scott Scholarship for Graduates in Arts (73), M'Cosh Bursaries for Graduates 
in Medicine (300). 

FEU.S (v. Carnegie Trust, p 292) . Inclusive tuition fees for LL.B., 42 gs.; B.L., 
30 gs. ; B.Sc, Engin., 90 gs. ; Agr., Ord., 90 gs., Hons., 120 gs. ; Mining, 
105 gs. ; Forestry, 105 gs, ; Technical Chemistry, 120 gs. ; Pure Sc., 100 gs. ; 
B.D., 33 gs, ; M,B., Ch.B., including Hospl. Fees, 205 gs. Combined M.A. 
and B.Sc. in Pure Sc., 130 gs. ; M.A* and B.Sc. in Agr. or Engin,, M.A. and 
B.Com. or LL.B., 70 gs. ; M.A. and B.L., 65 gs. ; B.Sc. in Agr. and in For , 
135 gs. Graduation examns. : M.A., 7^ gs. ; B.D., 7fc gs. ; LL.B., 9 gs. ; 
B.L., 7* gs. ; Mus.B., 15 gs. ; Mus.D., 15 gs. ; Ph.D., 10 gs. ; B.Sc., 9 gs. ; 
D.Sc., 15 gs. ; M.B., 33 gs. ; M.D., 20 gs. ; Ch.M., 20 gs. 

HALLS OP RESIDENCE, ETC. For men : Cowan House, George Square ; 
accommodation for about 100 students. Terms, 17 : los. to 23 per term ; 
University Hall on a self-governing basis (information from Messrs. Whitson 
and Metlmen, 21 Rutland Street), Board and lodging about 2 : 12 : 6 a week. 
For women . East Suffolk Rd., Craigmillar Park (Warden), 50 for the three 
terms ; Masson Hall, 31 and 32 George Square (Warden) ; and Muir Hall, 
12 George Square (Warden), 60 to 72 p.a. Six months' notice generally 
necessary. 

APPOINTMENTS COMMITTEE. Secretary : T. A, Joynt, M,A. 

GENERAL ADVISER OF WOMEN STUDENTS : Miss M. Rackstraw, B.A., Old 
Quadrangle. 

There is a Franco-Scottish Society for advising and assisting French 
students in Scotland and Scottish students in France. It has local centres 
at Glas., Aberd., and Dundee. 

Indian Students' Adviser : J. E. Mackenzie, D.Sc. 

UNXV, EXTENSION, ETC. The Univ. is now represented on the Advisory 
Committees for the management of the Tutorial Classes for adults instituted 
by the Edin. Educational Authority, in co-operation with the Edinburgh 
W.E. A. Summer Classes (4 weeks) for Teachers are held during vacation, the 
lecturers being drawn mainly from the Univ. staS. Certificates gained at the 
courses qualify for endorsement on teachers' certificates. 

OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS. The Calendar (Aug.), 5s.; the Pfelim. and 



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Degree Examn. Pprs. (May and July), 5d. to as. a set (James Thin, 55 South 
Bridge). The Stitdents' Handbook issued by the Students* Representative 
Council. Facilities for advanced Study and Research free oil application. 

HISTORIES OF THE UNIV. : Bower, Alexr., chiefly compiled from original 
papers and records, never before published, 3 vols., Edm., 1817-30 ; Dalzel, 
Andrew (ed. by D. Laing), with a Memoir of the Author (by C. Innes), 2 vols., 
Edm., 1862 ; Grant, Sir Alexr., The Story of the Univ. during its first 300 
years, 2 vols., London, 1884. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. Grant from the Colonial Development Fund towards the 
cost of teaching for the Diploma in Tropical Vet. Med. From the Trustees of 
the late Mr. Edward Clark, 300 p.a. for at least the next 3 yrs. towards the 
salaries in the Dept. of Child Life and Health, and a further 100 towards 
endowment. Bequest by Dr. Alfred Hay of (i) 1000 for the purchase of 
special apparatus or instruments in connexion with research \vork m the 
Physical Laby. ; (2) Boolvs and periodicals relating to the various brandies 
of pure science (maths., physics, chem., hot., zooL, etc.). Anonymous dona- 
tions of 150 and 120 to meet cost of renovating the University portraits, and 
for rcdecoration of public rooms. From the Executors of the late Mi . Richard 
Muir, for 54 years a member of the Staif of the Dept. ol Pathol., the largo 
collection of negatives and microscopic preparations of pathological specimens 
made by him, together with the appaiatus used for this work. A collection 
of papers handed over to the Library by Mr George A. Mitchell, Glasgow, 
which had formed part of the David Laing Collection, but which had accident- 
ally become separated from the rest of the Collection. From the late Mr. A. W. 
Blackie, a portrait of Prof. Blackie painted by the late Mr. J. H. Lonmer. 
From Prof. Emer. Schlapp, two medallions designed by himscll, representing 
Scott as a student, and Carlyle as a student, to be placed on the pilasters on 
each side of the platform of the McEwan Hall. 

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS. A scheme of affiliation between the Univ. and 
the Heriot-Watt Coll. approved by the Privy Council, and an Ordinance 
formulating the procedure is now before Parliament. An Act was passed in 
June 1932, to transfer to the University Courts the right of presentation or 
appointment to certain chairs or professorships in the faculties of Divinity or 
Theology in the Universities of Scotland, to remove restrictions us regards- 
appointment to chairs or professorships in the said Universities ; to extend the 
powers of the University Courts of the said Universities with regard to the 
making of ordinances, and for purposes connected therewith. A scheme for 
the administration of certain Fellowships, Scholarships, and Bursaries of the 
Univ. prepared by the Educational Endowments (Scotland) Commission at the 
request of the University Court approved by the Privy Council. Post-graduate 
Diplomas in French and in Agricultural Science instituted. Additional accom- 
modation for the University Library and Reading-rooms provided in the rooms 
vacated by the Dept. of Zoology. The Grant Institute of Geol. and the Sander- 
son Engin. Labs, formally opened by the Prime Minister, Mr. J. Ramsay 
MacDonald. The University Court resolved to adapt certain a<jcommodatfon 
in Minto House as a Gymnasium, at a cost, including equipment, not exceeding 
2000. A party of Argentine Students visited Edinburgh in July and were 
entertained to lunch at the University. The University Court approved an 
amended Constitution, Laws and Byelaws for the Students' Representative 
Council in terms of Ordinance No. 60, General No. 32, Section (3). 



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VISITS OF TEACHERS FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES. Prof. T. H. Bissonnette 
of Trin. Coll , Harvaid, Connecticut, visited the Univ. and delivered a lecture 
in the Zool. Dopt. 

EXTRA-MURAL WORK. Classes conducted by the Edinburgh Workers' 
Educational Association, which meet in the University Buildings, had an en- 
rolment of 474 men and 808 women total, 1382. A University Extra-mural 
Committee has been formed for the purpose of organizing Courses of Lectures 
in the south-east area ol Scotland. Classes were held in ten centres attended 
by 267 students. 

DEATHS. Dr. J. B. Shocsmith (Chom.), Dr. S. J. Crawford (English Lang.), 
Dr. Wm. Gordon (Kiigin ), J.* Robertson Christie, K.C (Univ. Court), Prof. 
J. M. Moore (French), J. O. Taylor (Industrial Law), Prof. G. M. Robertson 
(Psychiatry), Prof. Emer. Pnnglc-Pattison (Logic and Metaphysics), Prof. 
Emer. G. 15 aid win Uiowii (Fine* Art). 

HONORARY DFOREFS, D D. Rov. James Richmond Aitkcn ; Rev. Prof. 
Cecil John Cadoux ; Rev. Pi of. Albert Eekhof, Leydeii , Rev. James William 
Jack ; Rov. Thomas Mai jonbanks. LL.D. Hon. Lord Blackburn ; Charles 
Vernon Hoys, F R.S. ; Henry Motibray Cadell ; David Middleton Gieig ; 
Robc'rt Stewart MacDou&all , 1J K. Andrew Mellon, United States Ambassador; 
Sir John Prossor, C.V.Q. , Prof. Emer. Arthur Robinson (in absentia] ; Rt. Hon. 
Sir Aichibald Sinclair, C.M G., M.P , Secretary of State for Scotland; Sir 
Jobiah Stamp, G.I5.K. ; John Warrack ; Sii William Younger, Bart. 

STUDENTS. Full-timo : total, 3675, including 150 graduates. Part-time : 
total, 575, including 66 graduates. 

DEGREKS. D.Litt. i (m ) ; M.D. 39 (m.) ; D.Sc. (Pure), 8 (m.), i (w.) ; 
Mus Doc. i (in.) ; Ph.D. Divinity, 8 (m ), i (w.) ; Ph.D Law, i (m.) ; Ph.D. 
Arts, ir (m.), i (w.) ; Ph.D. Science, 30 (in.), 6 (w ) ; Ph.D. Medicine, 2 (m.), 
i (w.) ; B.D. 8 (m.) ; LL.B. 18 (m.), 2 (w ) ; B.L. 19 (in ), 6 (w.) ; B.Ed z (m.). 

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UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW 

CHANCELLOR Sir DONALD MACALISTER, Bt., K.C.B., D.L., M A , 
D C.L., LL D., D.Sc., M.D , F.R.C.P 

VICE-CHANCELLOR AND PRINCIPAL Sir ROBERT S. RAIT, C B.E., D.L., 
LLD. 

RECTOR COMPTON MACKENZIE, O.B.E., LL.D. (elected 1931). 

DEAN OF FACULTIES Emeritus Prof . F O BOWER, Sc.D , D.Sc., LL.D , 
F R S. For Dean of each Faculty, see " General Information." 

SECRETARY TO THE UNIV. COURT J. S. MUIRHEAD, LX.B. 
CLERK OF SENATE Prof. J. R. CURRIE, M A., M.D., D.P.H. 
REGISTRAR ROBT. BROUGH. 

LIBRARIAN AND KEEPER OF HUNTERIAN BOOKS AND MiSS. W. K. 
CUNNINGHAM, M.A, 

CLERK OF THE GENERAL COUNCIL D. M. HUTCHISON, 1JL.B. 

QUEEN MARGARET COLLEGE 
Mistress Miss F. H. MELVILLE, M.A., B.D , LL.D. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

Accountancy Arabic 

Loudon, J., M.A., C A. Prof. Robson, J., M.A. Leclr. 

Davidson, W. L., C.A. Asst. Astronomy 

Agriculture, v. infra West of Becker, L , Ph.D Bonn. Reg. Prof. 

Scotland Coll of Agr. Ross, John J., M.A. Demr. 

A natomy Bio-Chemistry, v. Mod. Pathol. 

Bryce, T. H., MA., M.D., CM. Chem. 

Edin., F.R H. Reg. Prof. Botany 

Maclaren, Norman, Ph.D. (Em- Walton, J., M.A. Camb., D.Sc. 

bryology) Lectr. Mane. Reg Prof. 

Nicol, T., M B , Ch.B., F.R.C.S.E. Lecturers : 

(Regional A.) Lectr. Williams, S., M.Sc. Manc.> Ph.D. 

Henderson, E. E., M.B., Ch.B. Thomson, J., M.A., B.Sc., Ph.D. 

Lectr. Jones, S. G., D.Sc. 

Hamilton, W. J., B.Sc., M.B., Bond, G., B.Sc , Ph.D. 

Ch.B. Lectr. Carnegie Teaching Fellow. 

Wyburn, G. M., M.B., Ch.B. Demr. Assts. : 

Robertson, A. S , M.B., Ch.B. Case, Isabella M., B.Sc., Ph.D. 

Demr. Asprey, G. F., B.Sc. Loud. 

Harvey, Robt , M B., Ch.B. Demr. Tervet, L W., B.Sc., Temp. 

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Celtic [Lectr. 

Calder, G . B D., D.Litt Edin. 

Chemistry, v. also Physiol. Chem. 

Henderson, G. G., D.Sc., LLD. 

St. And., F.R S. Reg. Prof. 

Lecturers . 

*Boiam,H W , B.Sc Edin , Ph. D 
Knox, J., D.Sc. Aberd. 

(Med Studs) 
Roberts, J., M.A. 
Henderson, A., M.A , B Sc 
Mair, J. A., B.Sc., Ph.D. 

(Anal. Chem.) 
Chisholm, D , B Sc., Ph.D. 
M'Culloch, W. P., B.Sc. 
Gibson, D. T., M.Sc , Ph.D. Bolf , 
D.Sc. 

Carnegie Teaching Fellows : 
Russell, A., D Sc. BeU. 
Blair, R. D., B.Sc , Ph D. 

Assistants . 
*Mornson, Jane, M A. 
Lewin, Christina T., B.Sc. 
*Stewart, Ehz. C , M.A., B.Sc. 
Bell, J , B.Sc , Ph D. 

Chemistry, Organic 
Patterson, T. S., D.Sc. Lond. & 
Glas., Ph D. Hcid. 

Gardiner Prof. 

Tucker, S. H., M.A. Ox., M.Sc , 
Ph.D. Lond. Lectr. 

Buchanan, C., B.Sc., Ph.D. Lectr. 
Stevens, T, S , B.Sc., D.Phil. Ox. 

Carnegie Teaching Fellow. 
Kent, Andrew, M.A., B.Sc., Ph.D. 

Asst. 

Stome, F. R., B.Sc., Ph.D. Asst. 
Robertson, J., B.Sc. Asst. 

M' Alpine, Irene M., B.Sc., Ph D. 

Asst. 
Loudon, J. D., B.Sc, Asst. 

Chemistry, Physical 
Wright, Robert, D Sc. Belf . Lectr. 
Mitchell, Stotherd T. R. S., D.Sc., 
Ph.D. 

Carnegie Teaching Fellow. 



Thomson, George, B.Sc., Ph.D. 

Asst. 

Classics, v. also Philol. [Prof. 
Davies, G. A , M.A. Camb. (Greek) 

Lecturers : 
Gomrne, A W., B.A. Camb. (Gk. 

and Gk. Hist). 

Kitto, H. D. F , B.A. Ox. (Greek). 
Muir, W. E , M.A. (Greek). 
Renme, W., M A Ed and Camb., 
Litt.D Liv. (Humanity) Prof. 
Lecturers: 

Nisbet, R G., M A. (Latin). 
Pine, J W, M.A. Aberd (Latin). 
M'Glynn, P., M.A , D Litt (Latin). 
Austin, R. G., M.A. Ox. (Latin). 
Kelly, A. S , M.A (Latin). 
Divinity, v. also Hebrew 
Fulton, W., B.Sc., D.D. 

Primar. Pi of. 

Macgregor, Rev G. H. C., MA. 

St. And., J3.D. Camb., D Litt. 

(from Oct. 1933) Prof. 

Main, A, M.A. Glas., B.A. Ox., 

D.Litt., D.D. (Church Hist.) 

Reg. Prof 

Temple, The Most Rev. Wm., 
D.D., DLitt., Archbp. of 
York 

Gifiord Lectr. in Nat. Theol. 

Economics, v. Pol & Social Econ. 

Education [Lectr. 

Boyd, W., M.A., B.Sc., D.Phil. 

Inglis, W. B., M.A., Ed.B., Ph.D. 

Lectr. 

Embryology, v. Anat. 
Engineering, v. also Naval 

Archit. 
Goudie, W. J., D.Sc. 

J. Watt Prof, of Theory 
and Practice of Heat 
Engines. 

Small, J., B.Sc., Ph.D. Lectr. 
Geyer, E. W., B.Sc. Lectr. 

Engin.> Civil and Mech. 
Cormack, J. D., C.M.G., C.B.E., 
D.Sc. Reg. Prof. 



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Brown, R. M , D.Sc., Ph.D. Lectr. 
Kcown, J. E., B.Sc. (Drawing and 
Design) Lectr 

Morrison, J. C , B Sc , Ph.D. Lectr. 
Wilson, J., B Sc , B Com Lectr. 
M'Gregor, W , B Sc Lectr. 

Thorn, A , D Sc , Ph D Lectr. 
Orr, J , B Sc , Ph.D. 

Carnegie Teaching Fellow. 
M'Donald, G. G., B Sc. Asst. 
Ballautyne, A M , B Sc 

Temp Asst 

Engineering, Electrical 
Howe, G. W. O , D Sc. Durh and 
Adel. J. Watt Prof. 

Hague, B., D.Sc. Lond., Ph.D. 

Lectr. 

Scobie, J , B Sc. Lectr 

Small, A. J., B.Sc. Lectr. 

Engineering Production 
Sloan, K M. Lectr. 

English Language and Literatui e 

Dixon, W M., Urt.D Dub , LL.I) 

Aberd. and Dub. Reg Prof. 

Lecturers . 

Bickcrsteth, G. L., M.A Ox. 
Girvan, R , M A. (Eng. Lang ) 
*Mexandor, P., M.A. 
Gray, Margaret M , M A. 
Wnght, B. A , B.A. Ox. 
Purser, J W. R., B A., T.C.D. 
May, Maude G., M.A. 

French 

Martin, C. A., M.A. Chev. d. 1. 
Leg d'H., C.G , O.I.P. Prof. 

Lecturers : 

Pitoy, L. M , B.Sc., L. es L. Phil 
Pitoy, Mary C , M A. 
Ferguson, Marjone M., M.A. 
Silver, R. C., M.A., L. es L. 
Perroy, E., L, es L. 
Anderson, N. C., MA. 
Gardner, W. N., M.A. Asst. 

Classe, Andre*, L. es L. Paris Asst. 

Geography 

Stevens, A., M.A., B.Sc Lectr. 
Crowe, P. R., B.Sc. Lond. Lectr. 



Assistants : 
Grieve, Ehz. M., B.Sc. 
Lebon, J, H. G , B Sc Lond. 
Fairhurst, H., B A. Liv. 
Huggins, K. H , B.Sc. Lond 
Snodgrass, Catherine, Ph.D. Ed. 

Geology 

Bailey, E. B., M A. Camb , F R.S. 
Prof 

Tyrell, G. W, Ph.D , D.Sc., 
A.R.C.S. Lectr. 

Neilson, Agnes T., M.A. Loctr, 
Weir, J , M.A., Ph D. Lectr. 

Barrett, B..H., M A., B Sc Lectr 
M'Calhen, Wm. J., D.Sc. Lectr. 
Curne, Ethel D , B.Sc., Ph.D. 

Lectr. 
Latham, Mary H., M A. 

Carnegie Teaching Fellow. 
Flett, W. R., B.Sc. Asst. 

Lcitch, D , B.Sc. Asst. 

German 

Smith, H., M.A. St. And., Ph.D. 
Marb. William Jacks Pi of 
Clark, James M ,M.A,,Ph.D. Lectr. 
Flint, Mary C., M.A. Asst. 

Hoops, R , Ph.D. Asst. 

Hebrew and Semitic Lanjs* 
Stevenson, W. B., D.Litt., D.L) 
Edm. Prof. 

Atlas, D , M.A. Asst. 

History, v. also Div , Law, Pol. 

Econ. 

Browning, A., M.A., D.Litt. Prof. 
Saylos, G. O,, M.A., D.Litt. Lectr. 
Tweeddalo, Greta C., M.A. Lectr. 
Hislop, Ian G., M.A. Lectr. 

Miller, S. N., M.A. (H. and Antiq., 

Roman) Lectr. 

Mackic, J. D., M.A. Ox. (Scottish 

H.) Prof. 

Lecturers : 
Pryde, G. S., M.A., Ph.D. St. 

And. (Scottish H.) 
Douglas, D. C., B.A. Ox. (Mod. II.) 
Lees, R. M., M.A. (British II.) 



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Humanity, v. Classics 

Italian [Stevenson Prof. 

Grille, Cav. E., K.C.O.I., M.A., 

Litt.D. Flor , LL.D. Perugia 
MacKinven, A. D., M.A. Lectr. 
Guercio, F. M , B A. Liv. Asst. 

Law, v. infra 

Logic and Rhetoric 
Paton, H. J., M.A. Glas. and Ox. 

Prof. 

Brown, George, M.A. Edin. Lectr. 
Levett, Margaret J , M.A. Lcctr. 
Haydock, G H., M A., B Litt. 
Dickie, J. S., M A., B Sc 
Cousin, JD. R , B.A. Ox. . 

Mathematics [Prof. 

MacRobert, T. M., M.A., D.Sc 

Lecturers 

M' Arthur, N , M.A., B Sc. 
M'Whan, J., M.A., Ph,D. 
Arthur, W., M.A. 
Hyslop, J., M.A. Glas., Ph.D. 

Camb. 

Rankine, Jean C., M.A., B Sc. 
Robb, R. A., M.A., B.Sc. 
Gillespie, R. P., Ph.D. Camb., 

M.A., B Sc. 

Brown, George, M.A. Asst. 

Anderson, A., M.A., B Sc. Asst. 
Smith, J. H., M.A. Asst. 

i Temp. Asst. 

Medicine and Surgery, v. infra 
Metallurgy, etc., v. Royal Tech. 

Coll. 
Mining 

Bryan, A. M., B.Sc. Dixon Prof. 
Adam, D , B.Sc. Lectr. 

Music 

Whittaker, W. G., M.A., D.Mus. 
Durh., F.R.C.O. 

Gardiner Prof. 

Wintersgill, H. H, M.A., B,Mus. 

Ox. Asst. 

Naval Archit,, including Marine 

Engm. 
Hillhouse, P. A., B.Sc. 

John Elder Prof. 



Evans, D L , B.Sc. 



317 
Lectr. 



Philology, Comp (Classical) 
Pine, J. W , M.A Aberd Lectr 

Philosophy, Moral, v. also Logic 

and Psycaol [Prof. 

Bowman, A. A., M.A , Litt D. 

Phillips, I. W., M A Lectr. 

Lament, W. D., D.Phil. Ox., M A. 

Lectr. 

Kerr, Sheila A., M A., B.Litt. Ox. 
Asst, 

Philosophy, Natural 
Jones, E. Taylor, D.Sc.Lond. ProJt 
Houstoun, R. A., D.Sc., Ph.D. 
(Physical Optics) Lectr 

Cochrane, Charles, M.A., B Sc 

Lectr. 
Thomson, J., M.A., B.Sc., Ph.D. 

Lectr. 
M'Farlane, W., M.A., B.Sc. Lectr. 

Physics, Applied 

Gray, J. G., D.Sc. Cargill Prof. 
Allan, G. E., D.Sc. Birm. 

Arnott and Thomson 

Demr. in Expl. Physics 

and Lectr. in Elec. 

Green, G , MA., D.Sc. Lectr. 

Gray, R. C., M.A., D.Sc. Lectr. 

Younger, A. J., M.A., B.Sc. Lectr. 

Physiology 

Cathcart, E. P., C.B.E., M.D., 
D.Sc., LL.D., F.R.S. 

Reg. Prof. 

Watson, A. M., M.A., Ph.D. (His- 
tology) Lectr, 
Wishart, G. M., B.Sc., M.D. 

Grieve Lectr. 
Garry, R. C , M.B , Ch B. 

Lcctr. & Dwnr. 
Bell, G. H., B.Sc , M.B., Ch.B. 

Asst. 

Physiological Chem, 
Hunter, A, M.A., B.Sc., M.B., 
Ch.B. Edin,F.RS.C. 

Gardiner Prof, 

Wilson, H. E. C., M.B., Ch.B., 
D.Sc. 

Carnegie Teaching Fellow. 



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Political Economy 
Scott, W. R., LittD. Dub., D.PM1. 
St. And. Prof. 

Buyers, J. A., M.A. 

(Econ. Hist.) Lectr. 
Nisbet, J. W., LL.B. Lectr. 

Macfie, A. L., LL.B. Lectr. 

Political Philosophy 
White, Alex. K., M.A. Lectr. 

Psychology 

Thouless, R. H., Ph.D., M.A. 

Camb. Lectr. 

Pickford, R. W, M.A., Ph.D. 

Camb. Asst. 

Psychology, Industrial 
Oakley, C. A., B.Sc., Ed.B. Lectr. 

Russian [Sir William Weir Lectr. 
Brennan, H. G., M.A. Lond. 

Social Economics 
Cunnison, James, M.A. Lectr. 

Spanish 
Atkinson, W., M A. Belf. 

Stevenson Prof. 

Anderson, J. A., M.A. Lectr. 

M'Clelland, Ivy L., B.A. Asst. 

Theology t v. Divinity 

Zoology 

Kerr, J. Graham, M.A. Camb., 

F.R.S. Reg Prof. 

Jepps, Margaret W., M.A. Camb. 

Lectr. 

Staig, R. A., M.A. Lectr. 

Chumley, James, M.A., Ph.D. 

Lectr. 
Parsons, C. W., B.A. Camb. Lectr. 

Assts. : 

Miller, Agnes E. f M.A. 
Brown, H. H., B.A. Camb. 
Foxon, G. E H., B A Camb. 
Douglas, Marjorie I , B Sc. 
Cott, Hugh B., M.A. Camb. 

Law 

Gloag, W. M., KC., B.A. Ox., 
LL.D. Edin. Reg. Prof. 

Civil Law [Lectr. 

Muirhead, J. S., B.A. Ox., LL.B. 



Const. Law and Hist. 
Mungo, D. B., LL.B. Lectr. 

Kelly, F. N. D., LL.B. Asst. 

Conveyancing 

Girvan, J., LL.B. Prof. 

Kay, A., LL.B. Asst. 

Evidence and Procedure 
M'Leish, D. A. S., LL.B. Lectr. 

Internat. Law, Public, and In- 

ternat. Private Law 
Nicol, R. M., LL.B. Lectr. 

Jurisprudence, Genl, 
M'Intosh, H., LL.B. Lectr. 

Mercantile Law 

Henderson, J. J. C., B.L. Prof. 
Boyd, J., LL.B. Asst. 

Medicine 

(for subjects of first 2 yrs. Anat., 
etc., v. supra) 

Bacteriology 

Browning, C. H., M.D., D.P.H., 

F.R.S. Gardiner Prof. 

Kyles, W. B., M.B., Ch.B. Lectr. 

Dermatology 
Tomkinson, J. G , M.D. 

M'Call Anderson Mem. Lectr. 

Smith, J. Ferguson, M.A, M.B., 

Ch.B. Lectr. 

Ear and Throat and Nose, 

Diseases of 

Young, G., M.C., M,B., Ch.B., 

F.R.F.P.S. Lectr. 

Harper, J., M.A., M.B., Ch.B,, 

F.R.F.P.S. Lectr. 

Symc, W. S., M.C., M.B., Ch.B., 

F.R.F.P.S. Asst. 

Electrical Diagnosis and Thera- 
peutics [Lectr. 
Park, S. D. S,, M.B., Ch.B. Glw., 
D.M.R.E. Camb. Asst. 
MacLean, A. B., M.D. Lectr. 
Crawford, R. M. C., M.D. St. And. 
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Eye, Diseases of the [Lectr. 
Ballantyne, A. J , M D., F.R F.P.S. 

Forensic Medicine 
Glaister, J., D.Sc., M.D. Reg Prof. 
Martin, F. W., M B , Ch B. Asst. 

Infancy and Childhood, Dis. of 
Fleming, G. B., M.B.E., B.A.. M.D. 
Camb., F R.F.P S. (Med. 
Pediatrics) 

Samson Gemmell Prof. 
Ford, F. J., M.D., Ch.B. 

Private Asst. 

Graham, S. G, M.D. Tor., 

F.R.F P S. Lectr. 

MacLennan, A., M.B., C.M. (Surg. 

and Ortliop.) Lectr. 

Macfarlane, W. D, MB, Ch B , 

F R.F P.S. Private Asst. 

Matena Medica, v. also Med. 

Oin. 

Stockman, R, M.D. Edm., 
F.R.C P.E , F.R.F.P.S. 

Reg, Prof. 
Alstcad, S., M.D. Liv. 

Pollok Lectr. 

Snedden, W. W., B.Sc. Weir Asst. 

Scott, W. H., M.B., Ch.B Asst. 

Medicine [Mmrhead Prof. 

Hunter, W. 1C, M.D,, D Sc. 

Cruickshank, J. N., M.C., M D., 

D.Sc. Asst. 

Imric, A. H , M.B., Ch.B. Asst 

Medicine, Clinical 
Middleton, J, C., M.A., B.Sc., M.B., 
Ch.B., F.R.F.P.S. 

Waltonian Lectr. (also 

Lectr. in Mat,, Med.). 
Lecturers : 

Henderson, J,, M.D,, F.R.F.P.S, 
Russell, D. W., M.B., C.M , D.P.H. 
Harrington, A. W., M.I)., 

F.R.F.P.S. 
Crawford, A. Muir, M.D., 

K.R.F.P.S. 

Carslaw, J., M.A., M.B., C.M. 
Gracio, John, M.B., Ch.B,, 

F.R.F.P.S. 

Allan, G. A., M.D., M.R.C.P., 
F.R.F.P.S. 



McKenzie, Ivy, B.Sc., M.A., M.D., 
F.R.F.P.S. 

Medicine, Practice of 
Monro, T. K., M.A , M.D., C M., 
F.R.FPS. Reg Prof. 

Assistants ; 
Adams, D K., M A., B.Sc., M.D., 

M R.C P., F.R.F.P.S. 
M'ClusHe, J. A. W., M.B., Ch.B. 
Lendrum, R. G., M.A , M B., Ch B. 

Midwifery 
Kerr, J. M. Munro, MD., C.M., 

F.R.FP.S. Reg Prof. 

M'Intyre, D., M.B.E., M.D, 

F.R C.S.E., F.R.F P.S. Asst. 
Anderson, D. F., M B., Ch.B. Asst. 

Obstetrics and Gynaecology 
Hendry, J., M.B E., MA., B Sc , 
M B , Ch B , F.R.F P S 

Muirhead Piof . 

Cameron, S. J., M.B., Ch.B., 
F.R F.P.S. (Clin ) Lectr. 
Shannon, David, M.B,, Ch.B. 

" Samaritan " Lectr. 
Baird, D, B Sc., M.B., Ch.B., 
D.P.H. Asst. 

Hunter, Alison M., M.B , Ch.B. 

Asst, 
Pathology 

Muir, R., M.A., M.D., C.M. Edm., 
Sc.D , F.R.S. Prof. 

Heggie, J. F., M.B., Ch.B., B.Sc. 
Lectr 
Kerr, A. B., M.B., Ch.B., B.Sc. 

Asst 

Niven, Janet S. F., M.D. Asst 
Dunn, J. Shaw, M.A., M.D. 

St. Mungo-Notman Prof. 
Marshall, Alice J., M.B., Ch.B. 

Lectr. 
Jarvic, J., B.Sc , M.B., Ch B. Asst. 

Pathology of Diseases of Infancy 

and Childhood 
Blacklock, J. W. S., M.B., Ch.B. 

Lectr. 

Pathological Bio-Chemistry 
Lecturers : 
Tolfor, S. V., B Sc., M.B., Ch.B. 



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Cuthbertson, D. P., MB., ChB., 

DSc 
Morris, N , B Sc , M.D., F R.F P.S. 

D.P H. Liv 

Pediatrics, v. Infancy 

Psychiatry (Mental Diseases) 

MacNiven, Angus, M.B., Qi B , 

D.P.M , M.R C.P E. Lectr. 

MacDonald, J. H, MB, ChB, 

F.R.F.P.S (Psych Med.) 

Mackintosh Lectr. 

Psychological M., v. Psychiatry 

Public Health 
Currie, J. R., M A Edin. and Ox., 

M.D. Glas , D P.H. Birm. 

Prof. 
Macgregor, A. S. M., O B.E , M.D., 

F.R F P.S , D.P H. Camb 

(Hyg.) Hon. Lectr 

Mearns, A. G., B Sc., M D , 

D.P.H. Lectr. 

Mitchell, Mabel E, B.Sc., MB., 

B.L. Asst. 

Surgery 
Young, Archibald, B Sc., M.B., 

C.M., F R F.P.S. Reg. Prof. 
Hutton, A. J., M.B , Ch.B. Asst. 
Robertson, J. G. M'G., MB., 

Ch B. Asst. 

Mackey, W. A., M B., Ch.B. Asst. 
Paterson, Peter, MB, CM., 

M.R C S., L.R.C.P , 

F.R.F.P.S. St. Mungo Prof. 
Burton, J. A. G , M.C., M.B., Ch B., 

F.R C.S.E , D P H. Camb. 

St. Mungo Asst. 

Montgomery, J. W., M B., Ch.B. 

Asst. 



Surgery, Clinical 
Lecturers : 
Edington, G H., D.Sc , M.D, 

CM, M R.C S., L R.C.P., 

F.R F.P.S. 
Patrick, J., M.A, M.B, CM, 

F R C.S E , F R F.P S 
Macewcn, J A. C , B.Sc, MB, 

C.M , F R F P S. 
Young, Roy F , M C , B.A., M B , 

BCh Camb, F.R LAPS. 
Mclntyre, Milne, MB., Ch B., 

F R F.P S. 
Renton, J. M., M.B , Ch 15 , 

F R C.S E 

Dutf, D , F.R C S E., F.R.F.P.S 
Taylor, J., QBE, F.R.C S E , 

F R.F.P S. 
Tcnncnt, R, MB, Ch.B, 

F.R.C S E 

Taylor, M. L.M.R, ChB 
Campbell, W. A., M.B, ChB, 

F.R.C.S. 
White, M., M.A, M.B, Ch.B., 

F.R.C.S.E, F.RF.P.R. 
Tuberculosis, Clinical 
Crocket, J., M.I)., Kciin., 

F.RCP.E., D.LMl. Lectr. 
Wilson, J. A., M B , Ch.B. Lectr. 

Venereal Diseases 
Watson, D., M.B., C.M. Lectr. 

University Extension 
Stevenson Lectr. in Citizenship : 
Burns, C. Delisle, M.A., IXUt. 
Lond. 

Joint Secy, for the Univ. to the 
Glasgow Univ. Kxtra-mural 
Education Committee: 
Stewart, D. M., CI.E,, M.A. 



ASSOCIATED COLLEGES, in which University courses are 

provided at Glasgow. 
THE ROYAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE, v. infra. 

THE WEST OF SCOTLAND COLLEGE OF AGiucuLTUi<K,v.alftoApp. XX I V.p.8i4, 
Principal, W. G. R. Patorson, B.Sc., N.1XA. Profo. aud JU-clre. : Aftric., The* 
Principal, Prof. ; J. Kirkwood, B.Sc., N.D.A,, N.D.D., C.D.A. ; A. I\ K. Nislwl, 
M.A., B.Sc., N.D.A., N.D.D., i Asst. ; Agr. liooh-keeptnR, J. Kirkwood ; Af>r. 
JEcon., J. W. Nisbct, LL.B. ; Agr. Engin. atul Surveying, J, Malcoiui, 



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A R.T C., N.D.A. ; Agr. Zool., Prof. L. A. L. King, M.A Camb., i Asst. ; 
Bactenol , J. F. Malcolm, M.Sc. Lond., F.A.C. Glas., N.D.A , N.D.D., 4 Assts. 
(3 Clean Milk) ; Bees and Bee-keeping, J. Tmsley, F.E.S , 2 Asst. Lectrs. ; Bot., 
Prof. K. W. Braid, M.A. Camb., B.Sc. Abcrd., W F. Burnett, M.A., B.Sc., 
i Asst. ; Chem., Prof. D. N. M'Arthur, D.Sc., Ph.D., F.I.C., E. M. Melville, 
M.A., B.Sc., B Sc. (Agr ), N.D.A., 2 Asst. Lectrs , 2 Assts. ; Dairying, Prof. 
R H. Lcitch, M A., B.Sc , B.Sc. (Agr.), N.D.A., N.D.D., D. M. Srmllie, B.Sc., 
N.D.A., N.D.D. ; Geol., M. M. Mome, M.A., B.Sc. ; Hortic., D. V. Howclls, 
Agr. Dip. (U.C.W.), F.R.H.S. (Supt.), W Good, F.R.H.S., B. P. Perry, N.D.H., 
F.R.H.S., A. E. Livingston, F.R.H S., 2 Assts ; Plant Husbandry, D. G. 
O'Brien, M.A., B Sc., B.Sc. (Agr.), N.D.A., N D.D. ; Vet. Sci , Prof. J. R. 
M'Call, M.R.C.V.S. (Lectr.). 9 Advisory and 21 Extension staff. 

GENERAL INFORMATION, v. also pp. 288 ff. 

Founded by a Papal Bull in 1451, after the model of Bologna, the Univ. 
was reconstituted by a Charter of King James VI. of Scotland in 1577, For 
early history, sec Yearbook, 1929 

The LIBRARY, fo ind d in the isth century, contains 255,000 vols , including 
300 books printed before A.D. 1500. Among its important collections are the 
Ewing, distinguished for the value and variety of its Bibles ; the Hamilton, 
rich in philosophical works ; and the Ferguson, containing rare books on the 
history of chemistry. The Hunterian MUSEUM, founded in 1783, contains 
most valuable MSS. and early printed books and pictures and important 
collections of coins, anatomical preparations, zoological and mineral specimens, 
etc. Large new departments with spacious LABORATORIES have been, erected 
for Engin., Bot., Nat. Philos., Chem., Physiol., Anat., Path., Mat. Med., 
Forensic Med., Pub. Health, and Zoology. There are BOTANICAL GARDENS 
and an OBSERVATORY. As Glasgow stands at the centre of the shipbuilding, 
engineering, mining, and industrial area of Scotland, it offers unique oppor- 
tunities for technical training. Three large general HOSPLS. are available for 
clinics, besides special institutions (including Consumption Sanatoria). 

FACULTIES, (i) Arts, (2) Science, (3) Medicine, (4) Law, (5) Divinity, (6) 
Engineering. Depts. of Applied Science Engineering (Civ., Elec., Mech. 
Muling, Naval Archit., Chem.), Applied Chem., Agric,, Architecture, Public 
Health, Pharmacy. Deans : (i) Profs. W. Ronnie (Humanity), (2) E. Taylor 
Jones (Nat. Phil ), (3) A. Hunter (Physiol. Chem.), (4) J. Girvan (Convey.), (5) 
W. Fulton (Divinity), (6) J. D. Cormack (Civ. Eng. and Mech.). 

ADMISSION, v Appendix XXII. 

DEGREES, v. also pp. 289 ft. Applications by Overseas students for remission 
of part of the clas* attendance for B.Sc. in branches other than Engineering 
will be considered sympathetically. Diploma in Education, i yr. course, for 
graduates (the first yr. of the Ed*B. course) ; D.P.H. (i yr. course) for 
legally qualified med. practitioners. Certificates of Proficiency in Engineering 
Science and in Mining Engin., 3 yrs.' courses, of which first yr. may be taken 
in Roy. Tech. Coll. ; no prelim, examn. 

The list of extra-academical teachers whose courses in certain subjects 
are recognized as qualifying pro tanto for graduation includes several resident 
outside the United Kingdom, namely, in Cape Town (in Nat. Philos., Chem., 
Bot,, Zool.), Grahamstown (Physics, Chem., Bot., Zool.), Johannesburg 
(Zool. and Chem.), and Stellenbosch (Bot., Chem., Physics). 

For detailed information regarding POST-GRADUATE study and research in 



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any Faculty application should be made to the Dean. A Post-graduate Medical 
Assocn. organizes demonstrations for Med. Practitioners ; fee for series, Nov. 
to May, 3 gs. ; programme obtainable from the Secy., P.-G. Med. Assocn., 
Dr. James Carslaw, 9 Woodside Terrace, Glasgow, 0.3. 

CLASS FEES (v. Carnegie Trust, p. 292). M.A. (Hons.), 60 gs. ; LL.B., 40 gs. ; 
B.L., 30 gs. ; M.B., Ch.B., about 250 for 5 yrs. Combined M.A. and B.Sc., 



SCHOLARSHIPS FOR GRADUATES (v. also pp. 293-4) : about 76 of from 30 to 
280 p.a., most of them open only to graduates ot Glas. (For undergraduates 
there are 480, varying hi value from 10 to 50 or more p.a., chiefly in the 
Faculty of Arts, in addition to Bursaries of from 5 to 25, awarded by the 
Provincial Committee for the training of teachers.) There are also 5 Founda- 
tions for res. scholarships and studentships. 

Travelling for study or research is encouraged by : Bryce Mathematical 
Fellowship (280 p.a. for 4 yrs.), Faulds Fellowship (200), J. R. K. Law 
Scholarship (100 p.a. for 2 yrs.) for Applied Science tenable at an approved 
Overseas University or other scientific institution in Canada, U.S. A., or France. 

RESIDENCE. Two Halls of Residence for men the Maclay Hall and the 
MacBrayne Hall ; and two for women Queen Margaret Hall and the Robert- 
son Hall. Lodgings or board with private families with use of 2 rooms, gener- 
ally obtainable ha neighbourhood of the Univ., for from 353. to 503. per week. 
A few students' hostels or settlements, of limited accommodation, where the 
charges are lower, are run by private committees or bodies of students and 
graduates. 

THE APPOINTMENTS COMMITTEE (for men and women). Secretary, Adviser 
of Studies Office, The Univ. The Mistress of Queen Margaret Coll. also receives 
notices of vacancies for women. 

SOCIETIES. Glasgow Univ. Club, London. Hon. Sees. A. Macphail, 
M.D , F.R.F.P.S., Pennagowan, Northwood, Middlesex ; J. M'Clure, M.D., 
FR.C.S., 62 Harley House, London, N.W.i. Glasgow Univ. Women 
Graduates' London Assn. Hon. Sec. Miss L. Buist, M.A., 31 Birchirigton 
Road, Crouch End, London, N.8. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION. An Extra-mural Education Committee, equally 
representative of the Univ. and working-class organizations, is prepared to 
supply classes, short courses, and single lectures to groups of students in 
Glasgow and the West of Scotland, so far as its resources will permit ; a com- 
pendium of classes and lectures for the session is obtainable from the Organizing 
Secy., W.E.A., 177 Hill Street, Garnethill, Glasgow, C.3. Fortnightly and 
occasional free public lectures by profs, and others during the winter session* 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar ; Glasgow Univ. Magazine, weekly during 
winter session ; Examn. Papers , Prelim, and Degree, 6d. per set ; Annual 
Handbook for matriculated students; Handbook for Overseas students and 
graduates ; History of the University of Glasgow (Coutts) ; Roll of Graduates 
(1726-1896) (Addison) ; Matriculation Albums (Addison). 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. Bequest by the late Mr. Robert Lamond, LL.B., Writer, 
Glasgow, and Lectr. in Evidence and Procedure, of 1000, as the nucleus of an 
Endowment Fund for a Chair of Evidence and Procedure, or to supplement 
funds for such an endowment if already provided, and for the payrcwait until 
such Chair be founded of the income of the above sum to the incumbent ol the 



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Lectureship in these subjects. Bequest by the late Emer. Prof. Archibald 
Barr, D.Sc., LL.D., of the house " Royston," Dowanhill, for use as a Professor's 
residence. Gift by Lady Mechan of 2000 1300 for a light in the west 
window of the Chapel and 700 as the nucleus of a Special Purposes Fund. 
Bequest by the late Dr. Robert Gordon Macdonald, Dunedin, N.Z., of two 
sums of 2500, to be known as " The Macdonald Halladalc Fund " and " The 
Macdonald Rcay Halkirk-Lathcron Fund," the income to be used for providing 
bursaries. Gift by Emer. Prof. Medley of an annual prize of 5 during his life- 
time, to be awarded under such conditions as the Principal and the Prof, of 
History may determine. By the University Engineering Society, an annual 
prize of 5, to be awarded to the most distinguished graduate of the year in the 
Faculty of Engineering. 

HONORARY DEGREES D.D. J. H. Baxter, J. R. Darbyshire, M. S. Dick- 
son, J. H. Maclean, W. Macmillan, J. Murphy. LL.D Prof. R Alessandri, 
Prof. R. J. T. Bell, Sir J. Alfred Ewing, W. K. Gillies, Prof. J. Glaister, Sir J. B. 
Henderson, Helen A. Keller, A. B. Kelly, SirT. Kelly (Lord Provost of Glasgow), 
W. H. Laing, Compton Mackenzie, Prof. D. J. Medley, C. Petit-Dutaillis, D J. 
Smith. 

DEATHS. Em. Prof. Barr, Prof. R. A Dron, Em. Prof. J. W. Gregory, Em. 
Prof. Latta, Mr. A. A. Mitchell 

RESIGNATIONS. Prof. W. J. Entwistle (Spanish), Prof. G. Milhgan (Divinity) 
Mr. C. A. Campbell (Philos.), Dr. D. K. Henderson (Psychiatry), Dr. J. M. 
Johnston (Mat. Mod.). 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 4995 (men, 3425 ; women, 1570). Part-time : 
total, 498 (men, 470 ; women, 28). 

DEGREES. M.A., 744 ; B.Sc,, 171 ; M.B., Ch.B., 104 ; B.L., 21 ; LL.B 
21 ; Ed.B., 6 ; B.D., 7 J Ph.D., 16 ; D.Litt., 4 ; M.D., 19 D.Sc., 10. 



THE ROYAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE, 
GLASGOW 

[Affiliated to the University of Glasgow.] 

Chairman of the Board of Governors ROBERT ROBERTSON, B.Sc., 
MJnst.C.E. 

Director H. F. STOCKDALE, LL D., F.R.S E. 
Tutor and Librarian W. G. BURRELL, M.A. 
Treasurer J. S. CROFT. 
Secretary A. MACKAY, F C I S. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Architecture and Building 
Hughes, T. H., F.R.I.B.A., F.S.I., 
A.R.C.A. 

Prof, and Dir. of Arch. 

Studies. 

Brown, T., A.R. I.B.A. Lectr. 

Smith, Wm J., F.R.I.B.A. 

Bacteriology and Botany 
Ellis, D., D.Sc. Lond., Ph.D. Marb. 
Prof. (Bact.) & Lectr. 

(Bot.). 

Lloyd, Blodwen, M.Sc. Wales, 
Ph.D. 

Lectr. (Bact.) and Asst. 

Lectr. (Bot.). 
Leitch, J. M., B.Sc. 

Asst. Lectr. (Bact.). 
Chem , Inorg., Metall., and 

Analyt. 
Caven, R. M., D.Sc. Lond. Prof. 

Lecturers : 

Hay, Prof. R. (Metall C ). 
Sutherland, Maggie M. J., D.Sc. 
Cranston, J. A., D.Sc., A.I.C. 

(Physical Chem.). 
Duncan, J. G., F.I.C., A.R.T.C. 
Gordon, P. F., PhJD., F.I.C. 
Crawford, A. B., B.Sc., Ph.D., 

A.R.T.C., A.I.C. 
Demrs : 
Anderson, H. G. A., B.Sc., A.R T.C. 



Love, T., B.Sc. 
M'Lean, J., B.Sc. 
Benson, C., B Sc > A.R.T.C. 
Bryce, G , B Sc,, A.R T.C. 
Thomson, J. K., A.R.T.C. 

Chemistry, Organic 
Wilson, F. J., D.Sc. Edin., Ph.D. 

Leip. Prof. 

Gumming, W. M., D.Sc. Lectr, 
Hopper, I. V., B.Sc Lond., Ph.D., 

A.R.C.S.L Lectr. 

Chemistry ; Technical 

Young Prof. 

Cruikshanks, G. S. Ph.D. Leip. 

Lectr. 

Loveless, A. H,, M.Sc. Lond. Lectr. 
Buchanan, Walter J., A.R.T.C. 

Lcctr. 

Lever, D., B Sc., A.R.T.C. (Sugar 
Manuf.) Lectr. 

Dyeing, Bleaching, etc. 
Steven, A. B., B.Sc. Lond. Lectr. 

Engineering, Civil 

Moncur, G., B.Sc. Edin. Prof. 

Hunter, W., B.Sc. Lond., 

A.R.T.C. Lectr* 

Thomson, G., M.A. Edin. (San. 

Eng.) Lectr. 



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Engineering, Electrical 
Smith, S. Parker, D.Sc. Durh. 

Prof. 
Meade, F. E.. M.LE.E. Lectr. 

Asst. Lectrs. and Demrs. : 
Farrell, J. F. E., B.Sc. 
Shearer, G., B.Sc. 
Say, M. G., Ph D., M Sc. Lond. 
Cowan, J. A., A.R.T.C. 
McWhirter, H. R. S., B.Sc. Lond. 
Fairley, E. S., B.Sc., A.R.T C. 
Bradshaw, E., M Sc. Tech. Mane. 

Engineering, Mechanical 
Mellanby, A. L., D Sc Durh., 

M.Sc. McG. Prof. 

Kerr, Wm., Ph.D., A.R.T.C. 

Assoc. Prof. 
Sinclair, J. H., M.Sc. Viet . B Eng. 

Liv. Lectr. 

Smith, J., B.Sc. Lectr. 

Caldwell, P. S., A.R.T.C. Lectr. 
Ramsay. J., B.Sc. Lond. Lectr. 
Sneeden, O., B.Sc., Ph.D. Lectr. 

Asst. Lectrs. and Demrs. : 
Garrick. J. A., B.Sc. 
Russell, R., B.Sc. 
Scott, A. W., B.Sc., Ph.D., 

A.R.TC. 

M'Broom, H L., B.Sc., A R.T C. 
Russell, Ri 

Shannon, J. F., A.R.T.C. 
Moir, C. M , B.Sc. Lond. 
Laird, A. M., B.Sc., A.R.T.C, 
CaldweU, J., B.Sc., A.R.T.C., 

Wh. Sch. 
Henry, H. N., B.Sc., A.R.T.C. 

Engineering, Mining [Prof. 
Bryan, A. M., B.Sc., M.LM E. 
Stevenson, J., B.Sc. Lectr. 

Miller, Wm., B.Sc, Asst. Lectr. 
Hibberd, G., Ph.D., A.R.T.a 

Demr. 



Geology, Economic 
Edwards, E. J , M.Sc. Mane, and 
Leeds Lectr. 

Mathematics 

Miller, J., M. A . D.Sc. Prol 

Paul, J. I., M A., B.Sc. Lectr. 

Geddes, S., M.A.. B.Sc. Lectr. 

Metallurgy 
Hay, R , B.Sc., Ph.D , F.I.C Prol 

Lecturers and Demrs. : 
Maddocks, W R , B Sc. Wales 
Macdougall, A. J. 
Howat, D. D., B Sc. 

Natural Philosophy 
Muir, J., D.Sc., M.A. Camb. 

Freeland Prof. 
M'Quistan, D. B , M A., B Sc. 

Assoc. Prof. 

Rankin, J. S., B.Sc., Ph.D., 
A.R.T.C. Lectr. 

Asst. Lectrs. and Demrs. : 
Symon, F. J., B.Sc. 
Macaulay, J. M., B.Sc., Ph.D., 

A.R.T.C. 

Strachan, J. G., M.A. 
Stratton, Jean M., B Sc., Ph D., 
A.R T.C. 

Naval Architecture 
Gray, W. M., B.Sc. Lectr. 

Pharmacy and Pharmacog- 
Todd, J. P., Ph.D., Ph.C. Lectr. 
Schora, E. J., A.I.C., Ph.C. 

Asst. Lectr. 

Rattray, G., Ph.C. Demr. 

Milne, G. R., Ph.C. Demr. 

Sugar Manufacture, v. Chem- 
istry, Tech. 

Textile Manufacture 
Watson, W., F.T.I. Lectr. 

2 Asst* Lectrs. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Anderson's College, founded in 1796, the College of Science and Arts (1823, 
the first "Mechanics' Institution"), and the Atkinson Institution (1861) were 
amalgamated in 1886 under the title of the Glasgow and West of Scotland 
Technical College, which was changed in Feb. 1912 to the Royal Technical 
College. The College was affiliated to the Univ. of Glasgow in March 1913. 



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The College building, comprising over 7 acres of floor space, cost, with equip- 
ment, 400,000. Qualifying courses are provided in the subjects named above 
for Degrees of the Univ. in Applied Science and for the Diploma of the College 
Courses in the following qualify for the Diploma only : Building, Naval 
Architecture, Textile Manufacture There are also Departments of Navign. 
and Bakery, as well as numerous evening classes in other subjects, mainly 
technological. The courses for the Diploma cover 3 (in Chem. and Metall., 4) 
yrs. ; for the Associateship in any of the Diploma subjects, attendance during 
4 yrs. is required. The evening lecturers are not included, in the above lists ; 
some of their work is, however, of university and even post-graduate standard. 
Much research work, for the prosecution of which a development rand of 
over 80,000 has been raised, is carried on at the College. The library includes 
the Euing musical collection and the James Young collection of early alchemi- 
cal, metallurgical, and chemical books. 

The Glasgow School of Architecture is maintained by the College and the 
Glasgow School of Art working in co-operation through a Joint Committee 
under whose authority its Diplomas (5 yrs.' course) are issued. 

The College has an athletic ground, and within the College buildings a 
well-equipped gymnasium. 

FEES for tuition : diploma, 25 gs. p.a. ; degree, 90 gs. for course. 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar; Annual Report ; Research Journal; Metallur- 
gical Club Journal. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

NEW BUILDINGS. A 5 ft. diameter open-j'et type wind tunnel, for investiga- 
tion of problems in general engineering as well as in aerodynamics, in course 
of construction. 

OTHER DEVELOPMENTS. The two dcpts. of Mining in the Univ. aud Coll. 
amalgamated under one Head, who will be " Dixon " Prof, of Mining in the 
Univ., and Prof, of Mining m the College. The classes attached to the Chairs 
will be held, for the most part, within the College. 

CHANGES IN REGULATIONS. A new Ordinance, governing the award of the 
degree of B.Sc. in Pharmacy, will come into operation at the commencement of 
session 1932-33. The new course, which is for an hons. degree in Appld. Sci., will 
extend over 4 yrs. The technical part of the course will be given in the College. 

RETIREMENTS. Prof. J. H. Andrew (Metall.), on appointment to the Chair 
of Metallurgy in the Univ. of Sheffield. Prof. Daniel Burns (Mining), under 
Superannuation Rules. 

DEATH. Prof. Thomas Gray (Tech. Chem.). 

RESEARCH JOURNAL. The eighth number was issued, containing 15 papers 
in Natural Philos., Chemistry, Metallurgy, Mech. Engin., Elect. Engin,, and 
Bacteriol. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION. 1857 part-time students of 21 years of age or 
over were in organized classes. 386 tickets were issued for the courses in 
Astronomy. 

STUDENTS. Full-time : preparing for a first Degree or Diploma (excluding 
19 attending maj'or portion of time at Glasgow Univ.), 353 ; undertaking 
advanced work, 22. Part-time : preparing for a first Degree or Diploma, 342 ; 
undertaking advanced work, 25 ; occasional students, 1812 ; taking courses 
not of a Univ. standard, 1052. 

DEGREES OBTAINED. Ph.D., 4; B.Sc. in Applied Science, 33; B.Sc. 
Lond., 4. 



UNIVERSITY OF ST. ANDREWS 



CHANCELLOR AND PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL CouNciLThe Rt. Hon. 
STANLEY BALDWIN, LL.D., M.P. 

VICE-CHANCELLOR AND PRINCIPAL OF THE UNIVERSITY AND OF THE 
UNITED COLLEGE Sir JAMES COLQUHOUN IRVINE, C.B.E., D.C.L. 
Durh., LL D. Glas., D.Sc. St. And , Liv. and Princet, Sc.D Camb., 
Yale and Penn., Ph D Leip., F R S. 

RECTOR AND PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY COURT Gen. The Rt. Hon. 
JAN CHRISTIAAN SMUTS, C.H., LL.D f K.C , F.R.S. 

DEANS OF FACULTIES. See under " General Information " Faculties. 
SECRETARY AND REGISTRAR ANDREW BENNETT. 
LIBRARIAN GEORGE H. BUSHNEIX. 

PRINCIPAL OF ST. MARY'S COLLEGE 

PRINCIPAL OF UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, DUNDEE 

ADVISERS OF STUDENTS. See under " General Information." 



PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Anatomy 

Waterston, D., M A., M D., CM. 
Edin. Bute Prof. 

Kirkpatrick, H. J. R., M.B., Ch B., 
D.P.H. (Regional A.) 

(on leave) Lectr. 

Waterston, R. E., BSc., MB., 
Ch,B. (Regional A.) 

Interim Lectr. 

Dow, D R , M.B., Ch.B., M,D., 

D.P.H., F.R.C.P.E. Prof.* 

Harper, W. F., B.Sc., Ph.D., M.B., 

Ch.B. Lectr.* 

Skae, F, M. T., M.B., CM. Asst.* 

Biology, v. Nat. Hist. 

Botany 
Robertson, R. A., M.A., B Sc. 

Prof.f 

Smith, Edith P., B.A., Ph.D. 
Edin., F.L.S. Lectr.* 

Kean, Chrissy I., B.Sc., Ph,D. 

Asst. 



Chemistry 

Read, J , M.A Camb , B.Sc. Lond., 

Ph.D. Ziir. (Dir of Chem. 

Res. Lab ) Prof 

Steele, Ettie S., M.A., B.Sc., Ph.D. 

Lectr. & Asst. 

Robertson, G. J., MA, B.Sc., 
Ph.D Lectr. 

Macdonald, J. Y., M.A., Ph.D. 

Lectr. 

Dewar, J , B.Sc, Asst. 

M'Kenzie, Alex., M.A., D.Sc., 
Ph.D. Berl., F.R.S. Prof.* 
Ross, J. D. M'B., MB.E., MA., 
DSc. Edin. (Phys.C) 
James White Lectr. & Asst.* 
Roger, R., B.Sc., Ph.D. Lectr.* 
Smith, Isobel A., M.A., B.Sc., 
Ph.D. 

Carnegie Teaching Fellow 

& Asst.* 
Hrie, D. J. C., B.Sc. Asst.* 



At Dundee. 



f At St. Andrews and Dundee. 
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Classics 

Rose, H. J , M A Ox. (Gk.) Prof. 
Tate, J., M A (Gk.) Lectr. 

Lindsay, W. M., M.A. Ox , LL D., 
Litt.D, PhD., FB.A. (Hu- 
manity) Prof. 
Laidlaw, W. A., M A (Latin) 

Lectr. 

Mitford, T B , M A (Latin) Lectr. 
Dall, Mrs A , M A , Ph D. 

Jr Asst 
Lonmer, W L., M.A. (Latin) 

Reader * 
Dentistry, v. infra 

Divinity 



Primarms and Reg Prof. 

Duncan, G S , O.B E , M.A , D D. 

(and Bibl. Grit ) Reg. Prof. 

Baxter, J. H , M A , B D., D Litt., 

D.D. Glas. (Eccles Hist.) 

Reg. Prof 

Marett, R R , M A , D.Sc , LL D. 
(1932-33) Gifford Lectr. 
Economics 
Jack, D T., M A. Lectr. 

Education 
M'Clelland, W. W., MA, B Sc., 

B Ed Bell Prof 

Snodgrass, N S,, M A (Admin of 

Schs., etc.) Lectr. f 

Engineering, Civil and Mechani- 

cal* 

Fulton, A R , D.Sc Prof * 

Hay, J M, BSc (Mcch E and 

Machine Design) Lectr.* 

Steel, G S., BSc Lond,, PhD. 

(Civ. E. and Struct. Design) 

Lectr.* 
Dempster, D , B Sc Asst,* 

Engineering, Electrical* 
Mackay, W. M,, M C., B.Sc. 

Lectr.* 

English Lang and Lit. 
Webster, A Blyth, MA., LL.D. 
(E. Lit.) Berry Prof. 



Clyde, W. M'C , M.A , Ph D Lectr. 
Oakden, J. P , M A , Ph D Lectr. 
Soutar, G , M A , D Litt. 

Reader.* 
Walker, W. A , M A. Asst * 

French Lang and L? f 
Lewis, C B., M A Camb., L es L. 

Paris, Ph D Breslau Lectr f 
Stewart, W M'C , M A. Lcctr f 
Dickinson, Gladys, B.A. Lond., 

L cs L Lyon Asst f 

Geology^ 
Innes, D E , M C., M A. 

Reader, t 

Walker, F., MA. Camb, D.Sc., 
Ph D Edm. Lectr f 

Scott, J. F., B.Sc., Ph D. Glas. 

Asstf 
Gumming, G. A., B.Sc , Ph D. 

Asst.f 



Hayens, K. C , M A., D Litt. 

Lcctr t 

Carr, C. T , M.A Lcctr. t 

Wardale, W L , M.A, Asst.f 

Hebrew and Oriental Langs. 
Porteous, N. W , M.A., B.D. 

Keg. Prof. 

History, American and Colonial 
Burn, W L , B.A. Lcctr, 

History, Medierval 
Baxter, Prof. J. H, M.A, B.I), 
D.Litt., D.D, Glas. Lcctr. 

History, Modern 

Williams, J. W., M.A., B.Lttt, Ox. 

Prof, 
Scllon, H. G. K., B.A. Ox. Asst. 

Law, Scots 

Allison, J., C.B.K., M A., JML.B. 
Lectr.* 

Law, Conveyancing 
Carlton, H. J., M.A,, LL.B. Lcctr.* 

Mathematics, Pure and Applied 
Turnbull, H. W., M.A., F.R.S. 

Keg. Prof. 



* At Dundee. 



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Copson, E. T., MA. Ox, D Sc. 

Edin Lectr. 

Timms, G , B.Sc , Ph D. Asst 

Guthne, W. G , M A. (Applied M ) 

Asst 
Steggall, J. E A , M A. Camb 

Prof* 

Bath, F , B Sc Brist , Ph.D. Camb. 
Carnegie Teaching Fellow, 

Lectr.* 

Simpson, Mary C., M A., B Sc 

Edm Asst * 

Brown, L. M , M Sc Brist. Asst.* 

Medicine and Surgery, v infra 

Music 
Sawyer, F., Mus Bac. Lectr 

Natural History, v Zool 

Philosophy 

Stout, G. F , M A Camb , LL.D , 
FBA. (Logic and Meta- 
physics) Prof. 
Wisdom, A. J T. D , B.A. Camb 

Lectr. 

Maco, C A., M.A (and Exper. 

Psychol ) Lectr f 

Wright, J. N , M.A. Asst.* 

Philosophy, Moral 
Morrison, D., M A. Prof. 

Philosophy, Natural, v. Physics 

Physics 

Allen, H. S., MA, D.Sc., F I.P , 

F.R S. (Dir., Phys Res. Lab ) 

Prof. 

Bagot, J. C. Lectr. 

Jack, D., M.A , B.Sc., Ph.D. Lectr. 
Arnot, F. L , B Sc,, Ph.D. Lectr. 
Peddle, W., D.Sc. Edin. 

Harris Prof * 

Forrest, J., M.A., B.Sc. Glas., 
D.Sc. Lectr * 

Smith, Winifred J., B.Sc,, Ph.D. 

Asst.* 
Smart, R., M.A. Asst.* 



Physiology [Chandos Prof. 

Herring, P. T , M D. Edm. 
Hynd, Alex., M A , D Sc Lectr. 
Weston, F M. Asst. 

Reid, E. W., B.A, MB., ScD. 
Camb , F.R.S. Prof * 

Stiven, D., D Sc., Ph.D. Asst* 

Psychology, v. Philosophy 
Theology, v Divinity 

Zoology 

Thompson, D'A W., C.B., M.A., 

D Litt , F R S. Prof. 

Sutherland, Chnstina H., MA., 

B.Sc. Aber Asst. 

Peacock, A D , D Sc Durh Prof.* 

Sanderson, Ann R , B.Sc , Ph.D. - 

Asst.* 

Medicine 

(for subjects of first 2 yrs. Anat., 
etc , v. supra) 

Anesthetics 
Mills, A., M.D , M.R.C P. Ed. 

Lectr.* 
3 Instrs. 

Bacteriology 

Tulloch, W. J., O.B.E, MD., 
D.P.H. Prof.* 

Morrison, H. R., M.B , Ch B. 

Asst.* 

Diseases of Children 
Price, Prof, LI. T. (also Surg.) 

Lectr.* 

Thomson, J., M.B, ChB, 
F.R.C.S, Ed. Lectr.* 

Diseases, Mental 
Mackenzie, W. T , M.D., C.M. 

Lectr.* 

Diseases, Throat, Nose, and Ear 

Mathers, R. P., M.D , Ch.B Lectr.* 

Gibson, M. J., M.B., Ch.B. Ed., 

F.R C,S. Ed. Clin. Tutor.* 

Diseases, Skin 

Milne, F. M., M.A., B.Sc., M.B., 
Ch.B. Lectr.* 



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Fevers 

Burgess, W. L, M.D , Ch.B., 

DP.H, D.T.M. and H, 

M.R.C.P Ed Reader.* 

Leask, R. L., B.Sc., M.B , Ch.B., 

B Sc. (P. Health), D P.H. 

Asst.* 

Keay, D. M , M.B , Ch B , D.P.H. 
Asst.* 

Forensic Medicine 
Lectr.* 

GyncBcology 

M'Gibbon, J , M.B., Ch.B. Ed , 
F.R C.P. Ed. Prof.* 

Fairlie, Margaret, M B , Ch.B 

Asst and Chn. Tutor.* 

Chisholm, A. E., MB., Ch B., 

F.R C S. Ed. Chn Tutor.* 

Matena Medico, 

Charteris, F. J., M D. Glas Prof.* 

Ames, Dorothy H. M , B.Sc., M.D , 

D P.H. Asst.* 

Medicine 

Patrick, Adam, M.A., M D , Ch.B 
Glas, FRCP, FR.FP.S 
Glas. Prof.* 

Morgan, J. M'l , MC, M.D., 
M.R.C.P. Ed., D P.H. Asst.* 
Medicine, Clinical* 
Lectrs. : 

Charteris, Prof F. J.* 
Patrick, Prof. A.* 
Foggie, W. E., D.S O., M.A., M.D , 

F R.C.P. Ed * 
Tutors : 

Stalker, J. M , M.B., Ch.B * 
Morgan, J M'l. (also Med.).* 
Macklin,A.H.,O.B E.,M.C.,M.D * 

Midwifery, v. Gynaecology 

Ophthalmology 

MacGillivray, A, C.M , M D. 

Aberd., D Sc Reader.* 

MacGillivray, A M, M.D., 

D O.M.S. Clin. Lectr.* 

Moodie, A. R., MA., M D., 

F.R.CS Ed. Clin. Lectr.* 



Pathology 

Cappell, D F., M.D. Prof * 

Tudhope, G. R., M.B., Ch B., 
Ph D., D.P.H 

Lectr. & Asst.* 
Montgomery, G L , M D 

Chn. Lectr.* 
Public Health 
Burgess, W. L. (also Fevers) 

Reader.* 

Scott-Dickson, Margaret, M.B., 
Ch B , D.P.H. Asst.* 

Radiology and Elec Therap. 
Miller, G. H. S , M B., Ch B. 

Lcctr * 
Surgery 

Pnce, LI. T . M.B., C.M., F.R C.S. 

Ed Prof.* 

Melville, R. S., MB., Ch.B, 

F R.C S. Ed. Asst.* 

Surgery, Clinical* 
Lectrs : 

Pnce, Prof. LI. T. 
Anderson, J , D S O., M.B., Ch.B., 

F R.C.S. Ed. 
Alexander, R. C, MA, MB, 

Ch.B , F.R C.S, Ed. 
Tutors :* 

Taylor, John, M.D,, Ch.M. 
Brown, F R., M.B., Ch B., 

F.R.C S. Ed. 
Melville, R. S. (also Surg.). 

Tuberculosis 

Hunter, J. H., M.B, Ch B,, 
D.P.H. Instr.* 

Venereal Diseases 

Averill, C., M.A., B.Sc., M.D., 
D.P.H. Instr.* 



Dentistry 

Dental Anat. and Physiol. and 

Oral Hygiene 

Campbell, H. G., L.R.C.P., 
L.R.C.S. Ed., L.D.S. Lectr.* 



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Dental Bacteriology Dental Materia Medica 

Cassaday, E. E., M.B., Ch.B., Fraser, W. C , L R.C.P., L.R.C.S. 

D.P.H., L D.S. Lectr.* Ed., L.D.S. Lectr.* 

Dental Histology Dental Surgery and Pathology 

Anderson, D. L., L.D S. Lectr.* Tattersall, W. R., L.D.S. Lectr.* 

Dental Mechanics Operative Dental Surgery 

Bruce, J., L.D S. Lectr.* Petne, J. M., L.D.S. Lectr.* 

Dental Metallurgy Orthodontia 

Lamond, D C,LDS,RCS Ed Campbell, W. G., M.B., C.M., 

Lectr.* L.D.S., D.D.S. Lectr.* 

* At Dundee. 

GENERAL INFORMATION, v. also pp. 288 ff. 

The University was founded in 1411. In 1747 St. Salvator's (1450) and St. 
Leonard's (1512) Colleges were united under the name " United College of 
St. Salvator and St. Leonard." St. Mary's College (1537) has, since 1579, been 
restricted to the teaching of Theology. University College, Dundee (1880), 
was affiliated to and made to form part of the University in 1897. 

LIBRARY: 250,000 printed vols. (some of isth and i6th centuries). MSS. 
include fine Persian specimens and large folio Antiphonarium. College 
Library at Dundee. MUSEUMS at St. Andrews Anat., Anthrop., Ethnol., 
Geol., Mineral., Nat. Hist. ; at Dundee Geol., Med., Nat. Hist. LABORA- 
.TORIBS at St. Andrews in all above depts. except Med., also Chem. (with 
special Research lab.), Marine, Physics, Physiol., Bot. Garden. At Dundee 
Anat,, Bact., Chem., Embryol., Engin. (Elec., Hydraulic, Mech.), Mat. Med., 
Maths., Nat. Hist., Physics, Physiol. 

FACULTIES. Divinity, Arts, Science, Medicine. Deans : 

Prof. Blyth Webster (English), Prof. Herring (Physiology), Prof. 

Charteris (Matena Med.). 

ADMISSION, v. Appendix XXII. 

DEGREES, ETC., v. also pp. 289 ff . Courses for graduation in Arts and Science 
are given both in the United Coll., St. And., and in Univ. Coll., Dundee, some 
being given in both places, some Greek, Hebrew, Hist., Moral Philos., Pol. 
Econ. only in St. And., some Engineering only in Dundee; Medical, 
after the first two yrs,, and Dental solely, in Dundee, where facilities for 
clinical instruction are available. Here also are provided courses in Scots Law 
and Conveyancing. Associated with the Univ. is the Dundee School of Social 
Study and Training. 

The M.A. Course includes a General and a Special examn. The former, which 
must be completed before proceeding to the Special, embraces at least 5 subjects, 
of which Latin or Greek must be one, another must be either Maths, or Philos., 
at least two must be linguistic, and at least one scientific. Senatus can, on 
recommendation of the Fac. of Arts, allow another subject or subjects to be 
taken in lieu of Lat. or Greek. Foreign students may take Arabic or Hebrew 
in lieu of Latin or Greek. In the Special examn. two cognate subjects must be 
taken, the whole examn. being passed at one time. 

The B.Sc. Ordinary degree in Pure Science involves a 3 yrs.' course, em- 
bracing at least 4 subjects with a xst examn. (4 subjects) and a 2nd (2 subjects) ; 
the Honours degree involves a 4 yrs/ course (the last year being devoted 



332 SCOTLAND 

exclusively to advanced study in the Hons. subject) with 2 examns. a ist 
in 4 subjects and an Honours in one. 

Diplomas : Education, for graduates who complete the first year of the 
Ed.B. course ; D.P.H., 12 months ; L.D.S., 4 yrs. ; D.P.D., 5 nxos. after 
obtaining registrable Dental qualification. 

FEES for Tuition (v. Carnegie Trust, p. 292). M.A., 47 : 5s. ; Hons. M.A., 
63 ; B.Sc., 80 ; B.Sc. (Engineering), 90 gs. ; B.Sc. Hons., 90 gs. ; M.B., 
Ch.B., 182. Combined Courses : M.A. and B.Sc., 112$ gs. ; M.A. and M.B., 
Ch.B., 208 ; M.A , B.Sc., and M.B., Ch.B., 236 ; B.Sc. and M.B., Ch.B., 
220 ; L.D.S., 88 : xos. ; M.B., Ch.B., and L.D.S., 208 : 75. ; D.P.D., 25 ; 
D.P.H., 31 : los. The above do not include fees for hospl. ticket or cases of 
labour, or laboratory fees for use of apparatus, etc. Maximum fee for Research 
students, 5 gs. a term. Degree fees for M.D. or Ch.M., 20 gs. ; D.Litt. or D.Sc., 
15 gs. ; Ph.D., L.D.S., or D.P.H., 10 gs. ; B.Phil, or B.Litt, 6 gs. ; D.P.D., 
5 gs. Dipl. or Certif. in Social Study, 4 gs. Dipl. in Educ ,4:14:6. 

ADVISERS OF STUDENTS. At St. Andrews : in Arts, Prof. Webster ; in 
Sci., Prof. Herring ; in Med., Prof. Waterston. At Dundee : in Arts and Sci., 
Prof. Steggall ; in Med., Prof. Chartens. 

RESIDENCE. University Hall, Kinnessburn, Afton and Chattan House for 
Women (Warden) at St. Andrews, 66 and upwards p.a., excl. of tuition fees. 
Hostel for women students, Dundee (Warden), 62 : los. p.a. St. Salvator's 
Hall, Deanscourt, and Seaview for men (Warden) at St. Andrews, 57 p.a. and 
upwards, excl. of tuition fees. 

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR GRADUATES, v, also pp. 293-4 : 14, annual value about 
1711. Scholarships tenable in other countries : Guthrie(i35 p.a. for 4 yrs.), 
tenable at Oxford or Cambridge or (with special permission) at a foreign Univ. ; 
Ramsay (150 p.a. for 2 yrs.), Bruce (150 p.a. for 2 yrs.), and Berry (160 p.a. 
for 2 yrs.) may, with permission of United College, be tenable in another Univ. 
or Institution. 

UNIVERSITY APPOINTMENTS BOARD. Secretary D. J. L. Ritchie, B.L. 

An ALUMNUS ASSOCIATION was founded in 1926. ST. ANDREWS UNIV. 
CLUB, LONDON, founded 1904. Hon. Sec. W. C. Dickinson, M.A., Ph.D., 
D.Litt., London School of Economics, W.C.2. LONDON ASSOCIATION OF ST. 
ANDREWS UNIV. WOMEN, founded 1926. Sec. Miss H. G. Proctor, M.A., 
Bedford College, Regent's Park, London, N.W.i. Alumnus Clubs also exist in 
Aberdeen, Birmingham, Dundee, Edinburgh, Fife, Glasgow, Harrogate, 
Manchester, Montreal, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Selkirk, Stirling, Toronto. 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar (Sept.). 33. 6d.; U. Coll. Dundee, Calendar, 6d, ; 
Students' Repve. Council's College Echoes (St. And.) and The College (Dundee) : 
Alumnus Association's Chronicle (half-yearly). 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. Silver Bowl by Lady Herkless, Gold Box by Rev Canon 
Nairne, Silver Bowl by Lord Sands, 100 to the Chem. Dcpt. for Research by 
Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 100 by Miss Agnes L. Rogers, 200 to 
Students' Unions and 50 for Students' Canadian Tour by Dr. William Low 
39 by subscribers for Burnet Memorial Prize, numerous gifts of MSS. and books 
to Univ. Library, photo-micrographic apparatus by Emer. Prof. Musffrove to 
Anat. Dept. e 

NEW BUILDINGS. Repair and restoration of Seaview Residence for men 
students ; restoration of Physics and Chem. Labs, damaged by firo ; con- 



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tinuation of building for Geol. and Bot. Depts. at Bute Med. Buildings ; re- 
building and extension of Greenhouses in Botanic Garden ; repair and restora- 
tion of St. Mary's Coll. Buildings, including Janitor's House, building of 
Gardener's Lodge, Univ. Hall. 

NEW POSTS. Asst. in Chem., St. Andrews ; Lecture Asst. in Chem., Univ. 
Coll., Dundee. 

RELATIONS WITH OTHER INSTITUTIONS. Exchange of students with 
German Univs. through medium of Anglo-German Academic Bureau. 

EXTRA-MURAL CLASSES. Railway Law, 21 ; Courses of Lectures (Adult 
Educn.) were conducted in 15 centres . 800 enrolments. 

DEATH. Sir Patrick Geddes, Emer. Prof, of Botany, Univ. Coll., Dundee. 
RESIGNATION. W. H. Morton (Bactenol.). 

HONORARY DEGREES. D.D. Rev. C. G. Cooper, Rev. A. C. Don, Rev. K. 
Macleod, Very Rev. W. R. Matthews, Rev. G. R. S. Reid, Rev. C. J. Ritchie, 
Geh. Kirch. E. Sellin, Dr. theol. et phil. LL.D. Rt. Hon. Baron Irwin, Dr 
R. C. Buist, D. M. Greig, Rt. Hon. Earl of Strathmore, James Brebner, W. C. 
Leng, Sir James G. Frazer, Sir R. W. Livingstone, Rt. Hon. Lord Macmillan, 
R. MacGregor Mitchell, James Robb, Dr. Albert Schweitzer, Emer. Prof. L. R. 
Sutherland. 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 848 ; research, 39 ; preparing for a first 
degree, 785 ; diploma students, 24. Part-time : total, 122 ; research, 25 ; 
diploma, 45 ; occasional, 52. 

DEGREES. M.A., 116 ; B.Sc., 36 ; B.D., 4 ; Ph.D., 13 ; M.D., 3 ; M.B., 
Ch.B., 24 ; D.P.H., 5 ; L.D.S., 3 ; D.P.D., i ; Dipl. in Educn., 22 ; Hons. 
granted subsequent to Graduation : Arts, 42 ; Sci., 14. 



THE QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY OF 
BELFAST 

VISITOR H.M. THE KING. 

CHANCELLOR The Most Honourable THE MARQUESS OF LONDON- 
DERRY, K.G., P.C., M.V.O., LL.D. 

PRO-CHANCELLORS Sir WM WHITLA, M.A., M.D , LL D., D.Sc. ; The 
Rt. Hon. LORD JUSTICE ANDREWS, B.A ; Col. T. SINCLAIR, C.B., 
M.D., M.Ch., F.R.C.S. Eng , M.P. 

PRESIDENT AND VICE-CHANCELLOR Sir R. W. LIVINGSTONE, M.A. Ox., 
D.Lit. 

REPRESENTATIVE IN THE PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM 
Col. T. SINCLAIR, C.B., M.D , F.R.C.S. Eng. ; IN PARLIAMENT 
OF NORTHERN IRELAND Rev. Prof. R. CORKEY, M.A., Ph.D. ; 
Prof. R. J. JOHNSTONE, B.A , M.B , F R.C S. ; R. N. M'NEILL, B.A., 
LL B. ; J. H. ROBB, B.A., K C. 

REGISTRAR GREGG WILSON, O.B.E., M A., Ph.D , D.Sc. 

HON. TREASURER Major D. G. SHILLINGTON, D L., M.P. 

LIBRARIAN KENNETH POVEY, M A. 

SECRETARY ANDREW PICKEN, B.A., LL.B., B.L. 

SECRETARY OF ACADEMIC COUNCIL Prof R. M. HENRY, M.A. 

BURSAR JOHN GREEN, C.A. 

CHAIRMAN OF CONVOCATION The Rt. Hon. Mr. JUSTICE BROWN, B.A. 

PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 

Accounting, v. Comm. Bio-Chemistry 

A . _ . f Milroy, J. A., M.A., M D. Edin. 

A^culture, v. ^nfra ., j c White " Prof. 

Anatomy Andrews, S., M.B., B Sc. 

fcValmsley, T., M D Glas Prof J* c * W" 1 * Lectr. 

hunter, R. H., M'.D", M.Ch., Ph.o! Beattie, Florence J. R., M.Sc. 

Lectr J r - Lectr - 

Malcolm, H. P., M.B., M.Ch. " Lon %? d S: J ' ?" M ' D " F ' R ' C ' S * 
Lectr. (Bio-Phys.) Asst. 

Baxter, J. S,, M.B., M.Sc. Asst. Botany 

Boyd, J. D., M.B., M.Sc. Asst. Small, J., D.Sc. Loud. Prof. 

rNeill, J. C , M.A.. L D.S. (Den- L y*n. Mar Y J>, M.Sc. Lectr. 

tal A.) Demr. Chambers, E. M., B.Sc. >emr. 

lall, H. P., M.B. Pt -time Asst. Kertland, M. P. H., M.Sc. 

Hon. Herbarium Asst. 
A rch&ology and A ncient History Celtic 

>avies, CX, B.A. Ox. Lectr. O'Brien, M., M.A., Ph.D. Lectr. 

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Chemistry 

Stewart, A. W., D.Sc. Glas. Prof. 
Marsh, J. K., D.Sc. Jr. Lectr. 
Capper, N. C., D.Sc Asst. 

Canning, Georgma E., M Sc. Asst. 

Chemistry, Organic 
Graham, Hugh, D Sc. Reader. 

Classics 
McElderry, R. K., M.A. 

(Greek). Prof. 

Henry, R.' M., M.A. (Latm) Prof. 
Tierney, J. J., M.A. Asst. 

Commerce 

Meredith, H. O., O.B.E., M.A. 
Camb., M,Com. Mane. 

Dean of Fac., Lectr. in 
C. and Prof, of Econ. 
Recognized Teachers in the 

Munic. Coll. of Tech : 
Dodd, F T. Lloyd, M.A., D.Sc. 

Prof. 

Montgomery, J., B.Com Sc. (Ac- 
counting) . 

Wray, D. C., LL.D. (Coml. Law). 
Dunne, T. J., B.Com.Sc. (Econ., 
Geog., and Business Methods) . 
Sueyras, M. (Spanish). 
Carson, J. H. A., M.A. (Maths.). 
Dentistry, v. infra 
Economics, v. Agric. Econ., 

Comm , Hist. 
Education 
M'Callister, W. J., M.A , B.Sc. 

Prof. 
Curran, A. M., B.A. Asst. 

Engineering, Civil 
Hummel, F. H., M Sc. Birm. Prof. 
Finnan, E. J., M.Sc. Lectr. 

English Language 
Belfour, A. O., M.A. Ox, Reader. 

English Literature 
Baxter, F. W., M.A. Ox. Prof. 
White, H, M. O., M.A. Lectr. 
Curgenven, J. P., M.A. Ox. 

Jr. Lectr. 

Fine Arts (Sculpture) 
Maclagan, E. R. D,, C.B.E., F.S.A. 
(for 1932-33) Lectr. 



French and Romance Philology 
Savory, D. L., MA. Ox., O.A , 
O.I P. Prof. 

Johnson, Elsie, M A., D. de 1'U. 
Pans Asst. 

Mufeng, May L., L es L Paris ,, 

French, Mediaval 
Arnold, I. D O., Dr. de 1'U. Stras. 
Lectr. 
Geography 
Evans, E. E , M.A. Lectr. 

Geology 

Charlesworth, J. K., D.Sc. Leeds, 
Ph.D. Bres. Prof. 

Hartley, J. J , M.Sc , M Eng. 

Jr. Lectr. 
Gervnan 

Waterhouse, G., MA. Camb., 
Litt D. Dub. Prof. 

Beare, Mary, M A , Ph.D. 

Jr Lectr 
History, Ancient, v. Archaeol. 

History, Economic, and Polit. Sc. 
Lemberger, J., M.A. Ox. Lectr. 

History, Medieval 
Betts, R. R,, B.A. Lectr. 

History, Modern [Prof. 

Todd, J. E., M.A. Ox. and Edin. 
Moody, T. W., B.A. Asst. 

Law 

Baxter, J. S , M.A., LL.D. Dub., 

K.C. (Dean of Faculty) Prof. 

Curran, L. E , B.A., LL.B. Lectr. 

Special Lecturers : 
MacDermott, J. C., B.A., LL.B. 
McKean, E. J., M.A., K.C. 

Logic and Metaphysics 

Macbeath, A., M.A. Glas. Prof. 

Shillinglaw, A. T., MA. Camb., 

B.Phil. St. And. Lectr. 

Mathematics 

Semple, J. G., M.A., Ph.D, Camb. 

Prof. 

Cooper, R., M.A., Ph.D. Lectr. 
Killeen, A. K., B.A. Asst. 

Music 
Brennan, C. J., Mus.Bac. Lectr. 



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Philosophy, Moral, and History 

of Philos. 
de Selincourt, O., M.A. Ox. Lectr. 

Philosophy, Scholastic 
Ryan, Rev. A. H., B .A , D.D , 
Ph.D. Lectr 

Physics 

Morton, W B., M A. Camb. Prof. 
Emeleus, K. G., M.A., Ph.D. 

Lectr. 

Sloane, R H , M.Sc. Asst. 

Greeves, F. D , M Sc Sr. Demr. 
Quinlivan, M. H., M.Sc. Jr. Demr. 
Beck, Louise, M.Sc. Hon. Demr. 

" Musgrave " Demrs. : 
M'Gregor, E. I R., B.Sc 
Malone, J., B.Sc 

Physiology 

Milroy, T. H., M.D., B.Sc. Edin., 
LL.D., F.R.S.E. Prof. 

Gillespie, J. H., M B. Demr. 

Strain, R. W. M , M.B., B Sc. 

Demr 
Rankin, J. C., M.D. Hon. Demr. 

Spanish 

Llubera, I. G., M.A., D Litt. Mad. 

Prof. 

Crews, Cynthia, M.A., Ph.D. Asst 

Technology, v. infra 

Zoology 

Flynn, T. T., D.Sc. Prof. 

Williams, G., M.Sc. Demr. 

Kerr, T., M A. Demr. 

Agriculture 

Agr. Botany and Plant Diseases 
Mercer, S. P., B.Sc. (Dean of Fac.) 
Prof. 
Muskett, A. E., M.Sc., A.R.C.S. 

Lectr. 

Cairns, H., B.Sc., M.Agr. Jr. Lectr. 
Linehan, P. A., B.Agr.Sc. Asst. 
Seaton, I. W., B.Sc. 

(Plant Genetics) Lectr. 
Wilson, E. V. B., B.Sc. Asst. 



Agr. Chemistry 

Baskett, R. G., M Sc. Lectr. 

Dickinson, F., B.Sc. Lectr. 

Houston, J., M.Sc. Jr. Lectr. 

Baird, J. C., B.Sc., B.Agr. 

Jr. Lectr. 
Common, R. H., B Sc., M.Agr. 

Asst. 
Prentice, J. H., B Sc , B.Agr. 

Asst. 

Agr. Economics 
Harkness. D. A. E., M.A. Lectr. 

Agr. Zoology 
Chamberlain, R , B Sc. Lectr. 

Animal Hygiene and Dairy 

Bacteriology 

Lament, H. G., M Sc., M.R.C.V.S. 
Lectr. 
Assts : 

Kerr, W. R., M.R C V.S. 
Shanks, P. L., M.R.C.V.S. 
Clerkin, P., B.Agr.Sc. 
Omand, J , B.Sc., M.R C V.S 

Crop and Animal Husbandry 
Rae, R., B Agr Prof. 

Hale, R. W., B.Sc. Asst. 

Medicine 

(for subjects of first 2 yrs. Anat., 
etc., v. supra) 

Bacteriology 
Graham, N. C , M.B., D.P.H. 

" J. C. White " Lectr. 
Bartley, Eileen O., M.D. Asst. 

Gynacology 
Johnstone, R. J,, B.A., M.B., 

F.R.C.S. Eng. Prof. 

Lowry, H. C., M.B., F.R.C.S. 

Edm, Asst 

Hygiene, v. Pub. Health and 
San. Science 

Infant Hyg. and Diseases of 

Children 
Allen, F. M., M.D., M.R.C.P. Lectr. 

Materia Med. and Therapeutics 
Allen, F. M., M.D., M.R.C.l?. Lectr. 



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Medical Jurisprudence 
The Prof, of Pathology Lectr. 
Houston, Sir Thomas, B.A., M.D. 
Lectr. 
Medicine 

Thomson, W. W. D., B.A., M.D., 
B.Sc., D.P.H., F.R.C P. Prof. 
Davison, J. C., M.D., B.Sc. Asst. 
2 Clinical Lectrs. 

Midwifery and Infantile Diseases 
Lowry, C. G., M D., F R C.S Prof. 
Woods, A., M.B. Tutor. 

M'Clure, Ian, M.B. Hon. Demr. 
McAfee, C. H. G., M.B., F.R.C.S. 
Hon. Demr. 

1 Clinical Lectr. 

Ophthalm. and Otology [Lectr. 
Craig, J. A., M.B., F.R.C.S. Eng. 

2 Clinical Lectrs. 

Pathology 
Young, J. S., M.A., B.Sc., M.D. 

Musgrave Prof. 

Houston, Sir Thomas, B.A., M.D. 

(Clin. Bacteriol. and Haematol.) 

Lectr. 

Haslett, T. B. H., M.B. Hon. Lectr. 
M'Cullagh, G. P., M.D , B Sc 

Riddell Demr. 
Pharmacology 
Mayrs, E. B. C., M.D. Prof. 

Public Health 
Wilson, W. J., B.A., M.D., D.Sc., 

D.P.H. Prof. 

Thomson, C. S., M.D., D.P.H. 

(Administration) Lectr. 

Blair, E. Maude McV., M.Sc., 

Ph.D. Asst. 

Sanitary Science 

Wilson, Prof. W. J. Prof. 

Totton, J. H., B.A., B.Sc. (P.H. 

Chem.) Lectr. 

Surgery 

FuUerton, A., C.B., C.M.G., M.D., 
M.Ch., F.R.C.S.I., F.A.C.S. 

Prof. 

Fraser, Ian, M.B., F.R.C.S, Asst. 
2 Clinical Lectrs. 



Surgery, Oper., and Applied 

Anat. 

Crymble. P. T., M.B., F.R.C.S. 
Eng. Lectr. 

Vaccination [Teacher. 

Armstrong, S. R., O B.E., M.B. 

Dentistry 

Hunter, W. M., L.D S. Edin. 
(Metallurgy) Lectr. 

Elwood, H., LD.S. Edm. and 
Penn. (Mechanics) Lectr. 
Swan, W. M., L D.S., R C S. Eng. 
(Surgery) Lectr. 

H. T. A., B D.S., B.A. 
Dub. (Orthod.) Lectr. 

Geddes, S., M.B. (Anaesthetics) 

Lectr. 

Extra-Mural Studies 
Eason, H. J., B.Sc. Lectr. & Dir. 

Technology 

(v. also Agr. and Engin.) 
Extra- Mural Staff (Hon.), being 
Profs, and Lectrs at the 
Muiuc. Coll. of Tech. 
Architecture 
Beaumont, L, A R.C.A. Prof. 

Building Construction 
Hampshire. T. R. Lectr. 

Chemical Technology 
Wren, H., M.A., D.Sc., Ph D. Prof. 
Still, C. J., M.Sc., Ph.D., A.I.C. 

Lectr. 

Hughes, K. R., B.A. Lectr. 

Porter, J. W., A.R.C.S.I. Lectr. 

Electrical Engineering and 

Physics 

Burns, P. L., B.Sc. Prof. (Elec. E.) . 
Yeates, J. F. f B.Sc. Lectr. 

Allen, T. P., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Crowley, T. A., B.Sc. Lectr. 

Davies, A. L., M.Sc. Lectr. 

Mathematics 

Earls, J., B.A. (Principal) Prof. 
Murphy. J. J. F., B.Sc. Lond. 

Lectr. 



5 8 IRELAND 

Mechanical Engineering [Prof. Sandham, B., B.E. (Nav. Archit.) 

nith, J. H., D.Sc., A.R.C.S. Lectr. 

r arnock, F. V., B.Sc., Ph.D., Textile Industries 

A.R.C.S. Lectr. Bradbury, F., B.Sc. Prof. 

ECOGNIZED COLLEGES AND TEACHERS 
MUNICIPAL COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, BELFAST, v. supra Commerce and 

ech. The complete course for the B.Sc. in Engineering or in Textile Techno- 

gy may be taken at this college, 
THE PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, BELFAST. The complete course for the B.D. 

'ay be taken at this college. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Queen's College, incorporated in 1849, was dissolved in 1909 on the con- 
itution of the Queen's University of Belfast. 

LIBRARY, 115,000 vols. MUSEUMS : Class. ArchaeoL, Nat Hist , Medical, 
atena Medica. LABORATORIES : Chemistry (" Donald Currie "), Engineer- 
i* (" Harland "), Physiology (" Jaffc "), Pathology and Bacteriology 
' Musgrave "), Bio-Chemistry and Bacteriology (" White "), Physics, 
nat., Bot., Geol., Pharm., Zool., Agnc. HOSPITALS available for Clinics: 
general, 10 special (Fever, Maternity, Women, Children, Ophth., Eye, Ear 
ad Throat, Consumption, Lunacy, Skin). 

FACULTIES, (i) Arts (including Music), (2) Science (including Civil Engin.), 
Law, (4) Medicine (including Dentistry), (5) Commerce, (6) Applied Science 
ad Technology, (7) Agriculture, (8) Theology Deans of Faculties : Profs, 
c) J. E. Todd (Arts), (2) J. Small (Science), (3) J. S. Baxter (Law), (4) W. J. 
/ilson (Med.), (5) H O. Meredith (Commerce), (6) F H. Hummel (App 
cience), (7) S. P. Mercer (Agric.), (8) R. K. M'Elderry (Theol.). 

ADMISSION. See Appendix XXII. 

DEGREE COURSES. 3 yrs. B.A., B Sc., B.Sc. in Engin. or Textile Tech., 
JLB., B.Com.Sc. ; 4 yrs. B. Agr., B.D.S. ; 5 yrs. (of which 2 may be in other 
pproved Univs. or Med. Schools) M B , B.Ch., B A 0. ; 2 yrs. LL.B. course 
ad B.D. course for graduates of this or another Univ. 

The courses in Elec. and Mech. Engin. are taken in the Municipal College 
f Tech. 3 yrs.' day or 5 yrs.' evening classes in the M.C.T. qualify for B.Sc. 
L Tech. 3 yrs.' day or 5 yrs.' evening classes in the M.C.T. qualify for the 
i.Com.Sc. Evening classesin a subject donotqualifyforthe B.Sc. or B.Com.Sc. 
nless the candidate has concurrent day-tune employment in some technical or 
ammercial branch of the same subject. 

Diplomas. Educn. (i or 2 yrs.) ; Higher Dipl. in Educn. (for grads.), i yr. ; 
Hbhc Health (for grads. in Med.), 2 yrs. ; Lie. in Dent. Surg., 4 yrs, ; Dipl. in 
sych. Med. (for grads. in Med.), i yr. 

HIGHER DEGREES. The M.A. may be taken by a B.A. i yr. after graduation 
ixamn. or thesis or independent research). The (i) D.Lit. and (2) LL D 
re conferred on grads. of this Univ. distinguished in (i) letters, or in literary] 
hilos., or hist, research, or (2) Law, or in legal or hist, research : they may also 
e obtained by thesis or published works. The M.Sc. is open to a B.Sc. of the 
faiv. and grads. of other Univs. holding a degree of similar rank not less than 
yr. after graduation (thesis or independent research). The D.Sc. is open to 
rads. of this Univ. 3 yrs. after graduation in any faculty. It is conferred 
or research or scientific work in relation to Science pure or applied, or for 
istinction in Science, Engin., or other practical application of Science The 



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M.D., M.Ch., and M.A.O. are open to grads. in Med. of 3 yrs.' (if also grads. 
in Arts or Science, 2 yrs.' standing) by examn. or thesis. The M.Agr. may 
be conferred on a B.Agr. of the Univ. or a graduate admitted ad eund. after 
2 yrs., for a thesis or independent research. The D.D. is open to grads. in 
Divinity of this Univ. of at least 6 yrs.' standing. As regards Ph.D. see p. 14. 

FEES. Enrolment (annual), 3 : ros. Class fees, annual (inclusive) Arts, 
ii gs. ; Engineering, 21 gs. ; B.Com.Sc., n gs. ; Dipl. Educn. (2 yrs.), 12 gs.; 
M.B., B.Ch., 25 gs. ; B.Sc. or B.Agr., 22 gs. 

SCHOLARSHIPS, ETC., FOR GRADUATES of the Univ. Studentships of 50 . 
5 in Arts, which may be raised by 25 and continued for a 2nd yr. ; 4 in Science 
Special grants to Med. graduates for original research or elm. study. Mackay 
Wilson Travelling Med. Schol'p, 100. Musgrave Studentships in Path., 
Physiol., Physics, Biol., and Chem., v. App. xxiii. 17. Four other 
Studentships of the aggregate annual value of 330. 

* RESIDENCE. Women's Hostel. Board and residence per annum, about 52. 
Board and lodging obtainable in the toxvn from about 253. a week upwards. 

APPOINTMENTS COMMITTEE. Chairman, The Vice-Chancellor. 

ASSOCIATIONS. A Queen's Univ. Assocn has been formed, Sees., Major Geo. 
Thomson, D.S.O., Parliament Buildings, Belfast, and Dr. R. H. Hunter, 
Queen's University, Belfast. 

There is also a Queen's University Club which meets in London. Secy , 
R. L. Rea, M.D., F.R.C.S., 101 Harley St., London, W, 

RECOGNITION OP OTHER UNIVS. Students from other approved Uaivs. 
may apply for exemption from a year's attendance for first degree, attendance 
and examn. in some of the subjects for first degrees in Arts and Science in, 
consideration of equivalent courses and examns. elsewhere. 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION lectures by members of the Univ. Staff are given 
in Belfast and other towns. 

PUBLICATIONS. Calendar (Oct.), 2S. ; Students' mag , The Northman. 

THE YEAR 1931-32 

BENEFACTIONS. Bequest of 560 from Mr. Robert Harkness. Bequest 
of 500 from Emer. Prof. J. A, Lindsay. Travelling Scholarship for Women 
Students from the Alpha Club, Belfast, Gifts for Women Students* New 
Athletic Pavilion from Mrs. George Young and the Queen's Univ. Assn. Grant 
for equipment of Library from Queen's Univ. Guild. 

NEW BUILDINGS. New Pavilion for Women Students erected at Univ, 
Athletic Grounds. 

NEW DEVELOPMENTS. New Professorship m Crop and Animal Husbandry. 
New Junior Lectureships in Eng. Lit., German, Agric. Chem., Agric. Hot. 
New Assistantship in Dental Anat. Second Assistantship in Zool. New 
Course in Industrial Sex. 

RESIGNATIONS AND RETIREMENTS. Prof. R. A. Williams (German), on 
appointment to SchrSder Chair of German in Cambridge. Dr. V. G. L. Fielden 
(Lectr. in Pharmacy and Dental Mat. Med.), retired. 

HONORARY DEGREES. LL.D* Miss Edith Helen Major, D.Sc. Emer. 
Prof. A. C. Dixon. 

STUDENTS. Full-time : total, 1150, including 4* graduates. Part-time 
311, including 85 graduates. 

DEGREES. D.Lit,, t ; M.IX, 8 ; Ph.D., 3 ,* M.A., 3 ; M.Sc., 16 ; M.Com.Sc., 
3; MJVgr,, i; B.A., 9$; B.So., 55^ LL.B,, 6 ; M.B., 50; B.Com,Sc v 7; 
B.Agr., 8; BJD.&, i ; B.D., 3 ; L.D,S., 8; D.P.H., 14 ; H.Dip, in 
Dip. in Bdl, *4l 4 



UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN, 
TRINITY COLLEGE 

CHANCELLOR The Rt. Hon. THE EARL OF IVEAGH, C.B , C M.G., LL.D 

VICE-CHANCELLOR The Rt. Hon. Sir THOMAS F. MOLONY, Bart., 
LLD. 

VISITORS OF TRINITY COLLEGE THE CHANCELLOR (or VICE-CHAN- 
CELLOR) ; The Hon. Mr. JUSTICE GERALD FiTzGiBBON, LL.D. 

PROVOST E. J. GWYNN, Litt.D., D.Litt , LL.D. 
LIBRARIAN J. G. SMYLY, M.A , Litt.D. 
REGISTRAR W. A GOLIGHER, M.A., Litt.D. 
LADY REGISTRAR CHRISTABEL F. GODFREY, M.A. 
REPRESENTATIVES IN PARLIAMENT OF IRISH FREE STATE E. H. 
ALTON, Litt D. ; Sir JAMES CRAIG, M.D. ; W. E. THRIFT, M.A. 

SENIOR FELLOWS OF THE COLLEGE 

Roberts, Rev. W. R. W., D.D., fMacran, H. S., M.A., Sr. Dean. 

Vice-Provost. Thrift, W. E., M.A., Auditor. 

Russell, R., M A., Bursar. Smyly, J. G., M.A., Litt.D., 
Fry, M. W. J., M.A., Sr. Lectr. and Librarian. 

Catechist. Mooney, G. W., M A., Litt.D. 

JUNIOR FELLOWS OF THE COLLEGE 

Kennedy, W., M.A., Sr. Proctor Rowe, C. H , M A , M.Sc. 

and Sr. Tutor. Fearon, W. R., M.A., Sc.D., 

fGoHgher, W. A., M.A., Litt D., M B> ^ F LC< 

Registrar and Sr. Tutor. o^w "' TXT- 4 TUT A T . r* 

*Fraser, J., M.A. Starkie, W. F., M.A., LrttD., 

Alton, E. H., M.A., Litt.D, DXlt 

*Gwynn, Rev R. M., M.A., B D. Bailey, K. C., M.A., Sc.D,, 

*fTate, Sir Robert W., K.B.E., V*;?" **' de rU ' Toulouse > 

M.A., Public Orator. J r ' Dean ' 

*Thrift, H. f M.A. Ditchburn, R. W., M.A., B.Sc., 

*fLuce, Rev. A. A., M.A., D.D. Ph D - 

*Johnston, J. f M.A *tParke, H. W,, M.A., Jr. Proctor. 

*fHenry, J. M , M.A M'Connell, A. J., M.A., M.Sc., 

*tGodfrey, F. La X.. M.A. D d ' U - Rome > Sc * D - 

Joly, John, Sc.D., D.Sc., LL.D., *I>uncan, G. A., M.A., LL.B. 

F.R.S. *tBroderick, T, S., M.A. 

* Tutor Fellows. f Honor Lecturers for 1932-33. 

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PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, ETC. 



Anatomy, Human, andEmbryol , 

v. also Zool. 

Dixon, A. F., M.B., Sc.D. Prof. 
Martin, C. P., M.B., M.Sc. 

Chief Demr. 

Henry, R. F. J., M.B. (Applied 
Anat.) Lectr. 



Anglo-Saxon 



Lectr. 



Art, History of 
Bodkin, T., D.Litt. N.U.I. 

Hon. Prof. 
Astronomy 

Royal Astronomer of Ireland 

(suspended) Prof. 

Martin, C., M.A. Asst. 

Biochemistry v. Medicine, infra 

Botany and Plant Biol. 
Dixon, H. H., Sc.D., F.R.S. Prof. 
Wager, H. G., B.A. Camb., B.Sc. 
Lond., M.A. Asst. 

Celtic Languages, v. also Irish 
Knott, Eleanor, M.A. Lectn 

Chemistry 

Werner, E. A., M.A., Sc.D., F.I.C. 

Prof. 

Ramsden, W. C,, M.A. Sr. Asst. 

Bailey, K C., M.A., Sc.D., Litt D. 

Lectr. 

Classical Arch&oL, v. Hist., Anc. 

Classics 

Mooney, G. W., M.A., Litt D. 

(Greek) Regius Prof. 

Alton, E. H., M.A., Litt.D. (Latin) 

Prof. 

Tate, Sir R. W., K.B.E., M.A. 

(Class Composition) Lectr. 

The Tutorial Staff Lectrs, 

Commerce, v. also French, Ger- 
man, Spanish 
Lectrs. : 

Johnston, J., M.A. (Econ.) 
Duncan, G.A.,M.A.,LL.B.(Econ.). 
Maxwell, Constantia E., M.A., 
LittD. (Econ. Hist.)- 



Smyth, L B, Sc D. (Comm. 

Geog). 

Butler, W. B. (Accounting). 
Beere, Thekla J , LL B. (Statist. 

Method). 

Smyth, G. E., O B.E , M.A. (Bus. 

Organ., Rys and Transport). 

Moran, Frances E , LL.D. (Comm. 

Law). 

Howell, C. E., M.A., LL.D. (In- 
surance). 
Magrath, C. R. R. (Banking and 

Foreign Trade). 
Dentistry, v. infra 
Divinity, v. Theol. infra 
Economics, v. Commerce 
Education 

Fynne, R. J., MA. Dub. and 

Lond. Prof. 

Henry, J. M , M A. Lectr. 

Engineering, Civil 
Clark, D., M.A., B.Sc. Lond., 
M.I.C.E. Prof. 

Cotter, J. R., M.A. Lectr. 

Jackson, J. T., M.A. Asst. 

M'Connick, F. R. A., MA., 
A.R.C.S I. Asst. 

Engineering. Electr. 
Tatlow, W., M.A , B A.I. (Practice 
of E. Eng.) Lectr. 

Harriss, G. M., M.A. (Elect. Trac- 
tion) Lectr. 
Engineering, Harbour 
Griffith, Sir J. P., MA.I. 

Hon. Prof 
Engineering, Sanitary, v. Public 

Health 

English Literature 
Trench, W. Fitz J., M.A. Camb. 1 
and T.C.D., Litt.D. Prof. 
French, R. B. D., M.A. Asst. 

French 

Rudmose-Brown, T, B., M.A. Dub, 

and Aberd, LittD,, D. de 

1'U. Grenoble Prof. 

Leventhal, A. J., M A. Lectr. 



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Geography 
Smyth, L B , M.A., Sc.D. Lectr. 

Geology and Mineralogy 
Joly, J., M A., Sc.D., D.Sc., F.R.S. 
Prof. 
Poole, J. H. J., M.A., Sc.D. 

Research Asst. 
Smyth, L. B., M.A., Sc.D. 

Lectr. in Palaeontol. and Asst. 
German 

Liddell, M. F v Ph D., M.A. Edin. 
Prof 

Hebrew, v. infra Orient Langs. 

History, Ancient, and Classical 
Archceol. [Prof. 

Gohgher, W. A., M.A., Litt.D. 
Parke, H. W , M.A. Asst. 

History, Ecclesiastical, v. Theol. 
infra 

History, Indian 
Hart, Lt.-Col. E. G., M A. Reader. 

History, Modern, v. also Oratory 

and Hist. 

Curtis, Prof. E., M.A. Dub. and 

Ox., LittD. Prof. 

Phillips, W. A., MA. Dub. and 

Ox., Litt D. Lecky Prof. 

Maxwell, Constantia E., M.A., 

LittD. Lectr. 

Irish 

O'Toole, E , M.A. Dub. and N.U.I. 

Prof. 

Beaumont, J N., M.A. Asst. 

Italian [Lectr. 

Tate, Sir R. W., K.B.E., M.A. 
Starkie, W. R, Litt D. (Ital. Lit.) 
Lectr. 

Law, v. infra 

Mathematics 
Rowe, C. H., M.A. 

Erasmus Smith's Prof. 
Broderick, T. S., M A. 

Donegal Lectr. 

Cotter, J. R., M.A. Honor Lectr. 
The Tutorial Staff Lectrs, 

Medicine, v. infra 



Music 

Kitson, C. H., M.A. Camb., 

Mus.D. Ox., F.R.C.O. Prof. 

Oratory and Hist., v. also Hist., 

Mod. 

Curtis, E., M.A. Dub. and Ox., 
Litt.D. 

Erasmus Smith's Prof. 
Oriental Langs., v. infra 
Philosophy [Prof. 

Macran, H S., M.A. (Moral P.) 
Hartford, R. R., M.A. (Ment. and 
Moral Sci ) Hon. Lectr. 

The Tutorial Staff Lectrs. 

Physics 

M'Connell, A. J., M.A., M.Sc., 
Sc.D. (Nat. Philos.) Prof. 
Ditchburn, R. W,, M.A. Dub. and 
Camb., B.Sc. Liv., Ph.D. 
Camb. (Nat. and Exper 
Philos.) 

Erasmus Smith's Prof. 
Braddick, H. J. J., B.A. and Ph D. 
Camb. Research Asst. 

Thrift, H., M.A. (Exper. Phys.) 

Lectr. 

Poole, J. H. J, M.A., D.Sc. 
(Exper. Phys ) Lectr. 

Physiology 

Pringle, H., M.D., F.R.C.P.I., 
F.R.C S.I. 

King's Prof. Insts. of Med. 
Hopkins, Sir F. G., LL.D., D.Sc., 
F.R.C.P., F.R.S. 

John Mallet Purser Lectr. 

Fearon, W. R., M.A., M.B., Sc.D. 

Sr. Asst. 

Bell, J., M.A., Sc.D. Jr. Asst. 

Torrens, D. S., M.A. Jr. Asst. 

Political Economy, v. also Comm. 

Prof. 

Romance Languages, v. also 

French, Italian, Spanish 
Rudmose-Brown, T, B., M.A. Dub. 
and Aberd., Litt,D., D. fle 
l'U. Grenoble Prof. 

Spanish 
Starkie, W. F., M.A., Litt.D. Prof. 



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Theology, v. infra 

Zoology and Compar. Anat 
Gatenby, J. B , B.Sc., D.Phil. Ox., 
D.Sc. Lond , M.A , Ph.D. 

Prof. 

Patten, Ruth E. P., B.A., M.Sc. 

Asst. 

Law 

Reg Prof, of Laws. 

Moran, Frances E , M.A., LL.D. 
Hon. Lectr. in Law. 

Civil Law and GenL Jiirispr. 
M'Kenna, C. B , LL D. Lectr. 

Feudal and English Law 
Baxter, J. S., LL.B. Lond., M.A., 
LL.D. Reg. Prof. 

Indian Law 
Lectr. 

Penal Legislation, Const, and 

Crim. L., and L. of Evid. 
Powell, A., M.A. Reid Prof. 

Medicine (Physic) 

(for subjects of the first 2 yrs. 

Anat., etc., v. supra) 

Moorhead, T. G., MD., D.P.H., 
L.M., RR.C.P.I. 

Reg. Prof, of Physic. 
Craig, Sir Jas., M.D. (Practice of 
Med.) King's Prof. 

Anatomy and Chirurgery 
Dixon, A. F., M.B., Sc.D. Prof. 
Martin, C. P., M.B., M.Sc. 

Chief Demr. and Univ. 

Anatomist. 
Anatomy, Applied 
Henry, R. F. J., M.B. Lectr. 

Anesthetics 

Kirkpatrick, T. P. C., M.D., 
Litt.D., F.R.C.P.I. Lectr. 

Bacteriology and Preventive Med. 

Bigger, J. W., M.D., Sc.D., D.P.H., 

F.R.C.P.I. . Prof. 

Dockeray, G. C., M.B. Asst. 

Griffiths, L. LI., M.B. Asst. 



Biochemistry 

Fearon, W. R , M.A , M B., Sc D. 
Lectr. 
Thompson, A. G., M B., M.Sc. 

Rockefeller Foundn. Fellow. 

Biophysics 
Bell, J., M.A., Sc.D. Lectr. 

History of Med. 

Kirkpatrick, T. P. C., M.D., 
Litt.D., F.R.C.P.I. 

Hon, Lectr. 

Laryngology and Otology 
Woods, Sir Robert H., M.B., 
M.Ch. Hon. Prof 

Materia Medica and Pharmacy 
Rowlette, R. J., M.D., F.R.C.P.I. 
King's Prof. 
Medical Jurisprudence 
Bewley, H. T., M.D., F.R C.P.I . 
F.R.C.S. Eng. Lectr. 

Midwifery 

Wilson, T. H., M.A., F.R.C.P.I., 
L.RC.SI. x King's Prof. 

Neurology 
Purser, F. C , M.D. Hon. Prof. 

Pathology 
Wigham, J. T., M.D., D.P.H., 

F.R C.P.I. Prof. 

Lait, J., M.B. Asst. 

Pringle,S.,M.B.,F.R.C.S.I (Path. 

of Bone) Hon. Lectr. 

Public Health 
Lecturers : 

Delap, A. D., M.A., B.A.I,, 
M.I.C.E. (San. Constrn. and 
Planning). 

Bigger, Sir E. C., M D , M.S., 
D.S.M., R.C P.S.I. (San. Law 
and P.H. Administrn.). 
Bigger, J. W., M.D., Sc D., D.P.H., 

F.R.C.P.I. (Vital Stat.). 
Ramsden, W. C., M.A. (Chem.). 
Rockefeller Foundn. Fellow : 
Duthie, E. S., M.B., M.Sc. 

Radiology 
Hardman, T. G., M.D. Lectr. 



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Surgery 



Pearson, W., M.D. 
Gill, F., M.D 

Surgery, Orthopedic 
Haughton, W. S , M D. 



Regius Prof. 
Prof. 
Asst. 



Hon. Prof. 

Dentistry 

Hogan, J E., M.A , L.D.S. 

(Dental Surg. and PathoL) 
Lectr. 
Friel. E. S , M.Dent.Sc., Sc.D. 

(Orthodontics) Lectr. 
Cockburn, J., M A., L D.S Eng., 
L.RC.P and S.I., D.P.H., 
F.R.C.P.I. 

(Dental Mechanics) Lectr. 
Micks, R. H., M.A., M.D. 

(Med.for Dental Students) 
Lectr. 

Oriental Languages 
Arabic, Persian, and Hindustani 
Hart, Lt.-Col E. G., M A. Prof. 

Hebrew 
Gwynn, R. M., M.A., B D. 

Erasmus Smith's Prof. 
Luce, A. A., M.A , D.D Lectr. 
Weingreen, J., B.A , Ph.D. Asst. 



Sanskrit and Compar. Philol. 
Borgstrom, C. J Lectr. 

Theology 
v. also Orient. Langs 

Biblical Greek 
Gwynn, R. M., M.A., B.D. Prof. 

Divinity [Regius Prof. 

White, Rev. N. J. D., D.D. 
Oulton, J. E. L , M A., B.D. 

Abp. King's Prof. 
Dungan, W. W., M.A. 

Wallace Lectr. 

Bell, W., B.A. Bclf , B D. Lond., 
M A (Bible) Lectr. 

Marett, R R., D.Sc., LL.D. 

(i933) Donnellan Lectr. 
Assts. : 

Luce, A. A., M.A., D D. 
Green, D. C., M.A., B.D. 
Proctor, W. C. G., B.D. 
Young, E J., B.D. 
Duggan, C. C W , B D. 
Jenkins, R. G. F , M.A. 

Ecclesiastical Hist. 
Jourdan, Rev Canon G. B., D D. 

Pastoral Theology 
Harvey, Rev. T. A., M A., B.D. 

Prof. 



ASSOCIATED COLLEGES 

MAGEE COLLEGE, LONDONDERRY, for first three years of B.A. course. 

CHURCH OF IRELAND TRAINING COLLEGE, KILDARE PLACE, DUBLIN. The 
two-years 1 course of training for teaching in elementary schools is conducted 
partly at Trinity College, Dublin, and counts towards the Dublin B.A. subject 
to the candidate qualifying in Latin and a modern foreign language before 
proceeding as " Sophister " (3rd year). 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Trinity College was founded and incorporated by Royal Charter m 1592 as 
*' Mater Umversitatis," but no other College has been founded, so that " Dublin 
Umv." and " Trinity College " are practically interchangeable terms. The 
Corporation of the College was put on its present basis by Letters Patent of 
1637. Letters Patent of 1911 transferred the powers of making statutes from 
the Crown to the Corporation, subject to the consent of a majority of the 
Fellows and the approval of the Visitors. The general government of the 



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Univ. is in the hands of the Board of Trinity College, which consists of the 
Provost, Senior Fellows, 2 representatives of Junior Fellows, and 2 representa- 
tives of the non- Fellow Profs. The Univ. Council, formed by representatives 
from the various Faculties and Schools, has the right of appointment to most 
Professorships, and in conjunction with the Board can make changes in the 
curriculum, but otherwise has only advisory functions. 

The College occupies a large site in the middle of the city, with ample 
grounds for the athletic clubs. 

THE LIBRARY of Trinity College has enjoyed since 1801 the privilege of 
receiving a copy of every book published in the United Kingdom. It contains 
over 390,000 printed books, amongst which there is in the Fagel Library a 
group of early pamphlets relating to the Dutch and English East and West 
India Companies. The MSS. are over 2000 in number, and include an im- 
portant collection in Irish. A General Catalogue of the MSS. was published in 
1900, and a Revised Catalogue of the Insh MSS. in 1921. A Catalogue of 
Printed Books in the library in 1872 was published in 1887 and distributed to 
the world. There is a Lending Library, which includes 6000 vols. bequeathed 
by the late W. E. H. Lecky ; and smaller libraries in the Schools of Mod. Langs., 
Med., Maths., and Nat. Scs. 

MUSEUMS. The scientific museums include Zool. and Comp. Anat., Geol. 
and Mineral., Surg. and Med., Path., Mat. Med., Anthropom., Engin. Models, 
Nat. Philos. The Zoological are among the best collections in the country. 
The series of vertebrate osteology is extensive. Attached Laboratories offer 
all facilities for research work. The collection of Geological and Mineralogical 
specimens is also extensive. 

LABORATORIES. Anat., Aathrop., Bio-Chem., Bot., Chem., Geol., Histology, 
Mat. Med., Mech. Engin., Pathology, Physical (Iveagh), PhysioL, ZooL 

HERBARIUM (rich in plants of N. America, India, S. Africa, and Australia). 
BOTANIC GARDENS, 8 acres. 

The Astronomical Observatory of Trinity College is at Dunsink, 5 miles 
from the College. It is the official residence of the Royal Astronomer of 
Ireland. 

Ample facilities for clinical studies and many appointments for graduates 
are available in numerous HOSPITALS, including the well-known Rotunda. 
The Irish High Court is situated within a short distance of the College. 

PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS. Divinity, Law, Physic, Engin., Indian and Home 
Civil Service, Agric., Forestry, Music, Edn., Comm. Registrars : LawVf. A. 
Goligher, Litt.D. ; Physic G. L. Allen, M.A. ; Engin. H. Thrift, M.A. ; 
Music W. F. Starkie, Litt.D. ; Civil $erwce~&. H. Alton, Litt.D. ; Edn. 
R. J. Fynne, M.A. ; Agric. ft. Thrift, M.A. ; Coww.H. W. Parke, M.A. 

ADMISSION. See Appendix XXII. 

DEGREES. Every student must take the B.A. before proceeding to any 
other degree, except those in music and B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. The course lasts 
4 yrs., but it is only necessary to keep 2 out of the 3 terms in each, or 8 in all. 
It is also possible to complete the course within 3 yrs. from entrance by taking 
the final examn. of the xst yr. at the time of entering and keeping all 3 terms 
of the 2nd yr. However, all students not in a professional school or taking 
the BSc. course are required to attend Arts lectures in every term, unless 
specially exempted (* those earning their living by teaching). If exempted 



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they are permitted to keep all of their 8 terms by examn. instead of by attend- 
ance. 

For the first 2 yrs. (Junr. and Senr. Freshman) all subjects are compulsory 
Algebra, Geom., Trig , Mech. or Experimental Sci., Logic, Engl. Essay, Latin, 
Greek or French or Italian or Spanish or Irish or German. After the examn. 
(" Little-Go ") at the end of the 2nd yr. wide freedom of choice is allowed of 
subjects for the remaining (Junior and Senr. Sophister) yrs., and exemption 
from one subject is granted to Law, Engin., Comm., and Div. students. For 
Med. students there is a specially reduced Arts course throughout. 

Pass Arts teaching, mainly given by the Tutor Fellows, is partly of a cate- 
chetical nature. Every student must choose one of the Tutor Fellows (see 
list above) as his Tutor and should apply to him for all information before and 
after entrance. 

The Honour B.A. known as a Moderatorship can be taken in 12 different 
groups (viz. i Math., 2 Class., 3 Ment. and Mor. Sc, 4 Exp. Sc., 5 Nat 
Sc., 6 Hist, and Pol. Sc., 7 Mod. Lit., 8 Leg. Sc., 9 Eng. Sc., 10 Celtic, 1 1 Oriental 
Lang., 12 Econ. and Pol. Sc.), and undergraduate honours in the same subjects 
(except Nos. 9 and u) can be obtained in each academic year and in most 
subjects in each term. The course lasts four years in the case of Nos. i, 2, 3, 4, 
5, 6, 7, 10, three years in No. 9, and two years in Nos. 8 and 12. Instruction 
in these Honour courses is given partly by the Profs, and partly by the Tutorial 
staff. 

A B.A. of three years' standing may be admitted M.A. There is no examn. 
for this, nor is a thesis required. 

The B.Sc. is obtained by a 4-year course consisting of 12 terms of lectures 
and 4 examns. In the first two years English, French, German, Mathematics, 
Physics, and Chemistry are compulsory. In the last two years the student 
studies 3 subjects chosen from Physic